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ART PRICES CURRENT 



VOL. VII. 



Advertisements. Art Prices Current. 

THE 

NETHERLANDS 
GALLERY 

Pictures by Dutch and Flemish 
Masters; also by those of the 
Early English School. ^ ^ 

lla, KING STREET, 

ST. JAMES' SQUARE, S.W. 

Telephone : Regent 3974. (Two doors from Christie's.) 



The Tate Gallery 
of Fine Art 

PICTURE RESTORATION 
AND ARTISTIC FRAMING 



18 PERCY STREET 
TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD 

Established 1838 LONDON, W. 

TelephoDe : Gerrard 1141 



ART PRICES CURRENT 

1913=1914. 



BEING A RECORD OF SALE PRICES AT 
CHRISTIE'S DURING THE SEASON; 
TOGETHER WITH REPRESENTATIVE 
PRICES FROM THE SALES OF MESSRS. 
SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE, AND 
MESSRS. PUTTICK & SIMPSON, 



WITH AN 

INDEX TO ARTISTS' AND 
ENGRA\^ERS' NAMES AND 
TO THE TITLES AND SUBJECTS 
SOLD. 



Edited by 
G. INGRAM SMYTH. 



VOL, VIL 



London : 

Offices of " THE FINE ART TRADE JOURNAL/' 
i3, BUCKINGHAM STREET, STRAND, W,C. 



Advertisements. Art Prices Current. 

Indispensable to all 

ARTISTS, ART COLLECTORS, 
AGENTS, DEALERS, etc. 

The Years Art 

1916 

A CONCISE epitome of all 
^^ matters relating to the Arts 
of Painting, Sculpture, Engraving 
and Architecture, and to Schools 
of Design, which have occurred 
during the year 19 15, together 
with information respecting the 
events of igi6. 

Thirty-Seventh Annual Issue 
Now Ready. 

In crown 8vo, cloth. Over 600 pages, with 
full-page illustrations. 

Price 5s. net. 

" Gi'Owinj^ bigger annually. It is also growing better .... 
For those who have to do with art and artists the volume is 
simply indispensable, and it is valuable not only for current 
use, but as a record. In short, we do not know what we 
should do without it." — Athen^um. 

London: HUTCHINSON & Co., Paternoster Row. 






17Q2 

W p. WIL8TACHCOLLECUOM. 



CONTENXS. 



PAGE 

ix 



Preface 

List of Sales xi 

Index : — 

Drawings 559 

Pictures :..,... 597 
Engravings : — • 

Artists ....... 669 



Engravers , 



715 



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Preface to Volume VII. 



We acknowledge with regret that this 
volume has been somewhat tardy in making 
its appearance. The delay has arisen from 
the abnormal conditions caused by the War, 
and for this reason will, we are confident, be 
forgiven by our subscribers. 

Whilst the bulk of the volume is about the 
same as that of its predecessor, the paintings 
and drawings offered for sale show some fall- 
ing off, this being counter-balanced, however, 
by the increase in the number of engravings. 
With the growing popularity of engravings 
among collectors this feature of the volume 
is likely to be accentuated in future years, 
thus widening more and more the circle of 
those to whom Art Prices Current is an 
indispensable work of reference. 



Advertisements. Art Prices Current. 



r 

• ESTABLISHED 1794- 

Telephone: Garrard 1561. Telegrams: " Puttickdom, Westrand, London." 

Puttick & Simpson 

AUCTIONEERS 
47, LEICESTER SQUARE 

Hold at the above address frequent sales of 

Engravings Books 

China Silver 

Decorative Property Antique Furniture 

Jewellery Coins 

Postage Stamps Musical Instruments 

Japanese Prints Paintings 

Valuers sent to all parts of the country to advise as to the best means 
of obtaining the highest price for the above-mentioned property. 



V. 



SALES ON THE PREMISES WHEN DESIRABLE. 
Valuations and Inventories for Probate, Fire Insurance, and Distribution. 



LIST OF SALES. 

PAGE 

October io, 1913. (P.) 
Engravings comprising Fancy Subjects and Portraits i 

October 27 and 28, 1913. (5.) 
Engravings and Etchings ..... 3 

November 7, 191 3. (P.) 
Engravings, including the property of Robert Lee, Esq. 6 

November 21, 1913- (C) 
Pictures and Drawings, including the property of the 
late J. H. Fitzhenry, Esq., and Sir Henrj' Stafford 
Jerningham, Bart. ...... 9 

November 21, 1913. (P.) 
Engravings comprising Fancy Subjects ... 15 

November 27 and 28, 1913. (C) 
Modem Pictures and Water-colour Drawings, includ- 
ing the property of the late C. F. Harris, E^q., the 
late J. M. Lawrence, Esq. ; and M. D. Stott, Esq. 18 

December 3, 1913. (C) 
Engravings, including the property of A. E. Russell, 
Esq., the late H. Ferrier-Kerr, Esq., the late J. H. 
Fitzhenrj^ Esq., and of Sir Henry Stafford Jerning- 
ham, Bart. ........ 27 

December 4 and 5, 1913. (S.) 
Modern Etchings and Engravings, the propert}^ of 
Frank E. Bliss, Esq. ...... 32 

December 5, 1913. (C) 
Modem Pictures and Water-colour Drawings, includ- 
ing the propert}^ of the late Thomas B. Holmes, 
Esq., J. P., the late W. Pearce, Esq. ... 42 

December 5, 1913. (P.) 
Engravings, including stoclc of Mr. Gustave Lauser, 
Portraits and Baxter Colour Prints ... 49 

December 8, 1913. (C.) 
Modern Pictures and Water-colour drawings, includ- 
ing the property of the late Sir Charles Burt . 53 

The capital letters in italics after dates of Sales denote : 
C — Messrs. Christie's ; S = Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson 
and Hodge ; P = Messrs. Puttick & Simpson. 



LIST OF SALES. 



December 12, 1913. (C) 
Modern Pictures and Water-colour Drawings, includ- 
ing property of the late Mrs. A. G. Storr, the late 
Albert Lungley Dickens, Esq., and of Emil Reiss, 
Esq. ......... 58 

December 15, 1913. (C) 
Old Pictures, including the property of the late Alfred 
Smith, Esq., and Capt. C. P. B. Wood . . 62 

December 15, 1913. (S.) 
Paintings and Drawings, including the property of the 
Right Hon. Sir John Eldon Gorst, Lady Orchardson, 
the late A. B. Stewart, Esq., the late Walter 
Behrens, Esq., Mrs. Janet Ross, and Miss Williams 67 

December 16, 1913. (C.) 
Engravings comprising portraits, the property of 

the late J. William Grundy, Esq. ... 72 

December 16 and 17, 1913. (5.) 
Engravings, Etchings, Woodcuts and Drawings, the 
property of the late Horace Stone Wilcocks, Esq. 76 

December 18 and 19, 1913. (S.) 
Engravings, Etchings and Drawings, including the 
property of Lady Orchardson and the late Walter 
Behrens, Esq. ....... 77 

December 19, 1913. (C.) 
Pictures, including the property of Captain Weyland 82- 

December 19, 1913. (P.) 
Engravings comprising Fancy Subjects and Portraits 88 

January 12 and 13, 191 4. (5.) 
Engravings and Etchings . . . . -91 

January 16, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings, including property of the late Rt. Rev. 

Dr. Gott, Lord Bishop of Truro . . . -95 

January 23, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings ...... 98 

January 26, 1914. (C) 
Engravings and Etchings, including the property of 
the late Mrs. A. G. Storr, and the Rt. Hon. Lord 
Joicey ......... 103 

January 29 and 30, 1914. (5.) 
Japanese Colour Prints ...... 107 



LIST OF SALES. 



January 30, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including the property of the 
late John R. Clayton, Esq., and Gordon B. Foster, 
Esq. . . . . . . . . .112 

January 30, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings and Etchings . . . . . .118 

February 2, 1914. (C) 
Engravings, including the property of Bernal 
^ Bagshawe, Esq. . . . . . . 121 

' February 6, 1914. (C.) 

Modem Pictures and Drawings, including the property 
of the late J. E. Reiss, Esq. . . . . .126 

February 9 and 10, 1914. (5.) 
Engravings, the property of an American gentleman 131 

February 10, 1914. (C.) 
Etchings and Engravings . . . . . 136 

February 13, 1914. (C) 

Modem Pictures and Drawings, including the 

property of the late Henry Mungall, Esq., the 
late Walter Archibald Clark, Esq. . . . -142 

February 13, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings, including the property of the late Rev. A. 
Barff ......... 146 

February 16, 1914. (C) 
Pictures and Drawings . . . . . .149 

February 17, 1914. (C.) 
Engravings comprising portraits and old sporting 
prints ......... 153 

February 20, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures, including the property of T. C. L. Powys- 
Keck, Esq., John D. Wilkie, Esq., and the Misses 
Wilkie ......... 159 

February 2^, 1914. (S.) 
Engravings 165 

February 24, 1914. (S.) 
Drawings, the property of the late Sir Charles Robin- 
son, C.B., F.S.A 168 

February 27, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including the property of the 

late J. Griihth Dearden, Esq. . . . .172 



LIST OF SALES. 



February 27, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings-, Fancy Subjects, Portraits, and Sporting 
Subjects ........ 177 

March 2, 1914. (C.) 
Old Pictures and Drawings . . . .. 181 

March 3, 1914. (C.) 
Engravings 185 

March 6, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings . . . . . .190 

March 12, 1914. (C.) 
Modern Etchings . . . . . . -195 

March 12 and 13, 1914. (5.) 
Modem Etchings and Engravings, including property 
of the late Edward J. Reiss', Esq., the late A. B. 
Stewart, Esq., the late Walter Behrens, Esq., and 
of G. F. Hill, Esq. 200 

March 13, 1914. (C) 
Pictures and Drawings, including the property of 
F. Tessier, Esq., the late M. H. Foster, Esq. . 206 

March 13, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings and Etchings . . . . .211 

March 17, 191 4. (P.) 
Modern Etchings and Engravings . . . .214 

March 17, 18 and 19, 191 4. (5.) 
Japanese Colour Prints, property of the late Sir 

Alfred East, R.A. 216 

March 20, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including the property of the 
late T. G. Arthur, Esq., and Richard Martin, Esq. 224 

March 20 and 23, 1914. (5.) 
Engravings, Drawings and Etchings, the property of 
Mrs. Edmondstone . . . . . .229 

March 26, 1914. (P.) 
Baxter and Le Blond Colour Prints . . .237 

March 26 and 27, 1914. (S.) 
Drawings, Engravings and Etchings, the property of 
the late Sir Charles Robinson, C.B., F.S.A. . . 239 



LIST OF SALES. 



March 27, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures, including the property of S. W. Widdowson, 

Esq., and the late J. S. Inglis, Esq. . . . 241 

March i^], 191 4. (P.) 
Engravings and Etchings . . . . . .246 

April i, 1914. (S.) 
Engravings 249 

April 2, 1914. (C.) 
Engravings and Sporting Prints in colours, including 
the property of His Honour the late Sir T. W. 
Snagge, and the late Alexander Allan Webbe, Esq. 253 

April 2 and 3, 191 4. (5.) 
Engravings, Etchings and Drawings . . . 258 

April 3, 1914. (C.) 
Prints, including the property of Edward the first Earl 
of Ellenborough, and Arthur Maitland Wilson, Esq. 263 

April 6, 1914- (C.) 
Drawings, including the property of the late C. E. 

Newton-Robinson, Esq. ..... 269 

April 17, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures, including the property of J. L. Rutley, Esq. 274 

April 17, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings and Etchings 280 

April 20, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings . . . . . .282 

April 21, 1914. (C.) 
Engravings ........ 287 

April 24, 191 4. (C.) 
Pictures, including the property of the late Alexander 
Allan Webbe, Esq., His Honour the late Judge Sir 
Thomas Snagge, K.C.M.G., the late J. K. Taylor, 
Esq., and of Major H. M. Barnes . . , 291 

April 24, 191 4. (5.) 
The J. E. Hodgkin Collection of Engravings . . 297 

April 27, 1914. (C.) 
Remaining Works of the late J. H. F. Bacon, Esq., 
A.R.A., M.V.O., also Modem Pictures and Drawings, 
including the property of the late W. E. Vicars, Esq. 299 



LIST OF SALES. 



April 29, 1914. (S.) 
Pictures and Drawings in Water-colour and Pastel, 
including property of Lord Glanusk, Major-General 
Sterling, and of Lord Braye . . . . .303 

May I, 1 91 4. (C.) 
Modem Pictures and Water-colour Drawings, the 
property of the late Mrs. Cottier . . . . 3 09 

May I AND 4, 1 91 4. (S.) 
Etchings, Engravings, and Lithographs, the property 
of the late Arthur Baker, Esq. . . . .313 

May I, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings and Fancy Subjects . . . .319 

May 4, 1 91 4. (C.) 
Modern Pictures and Drawings, including the pro- 
perty of the late L. E. Crawford, Esq., and of the 
late Mrs. Sarah^Barclay ..... 322 

May 8, 191 4. (C.) 
Modern Pictures and Drawings, including the pro- 
perty of the late Mrs. Venables Brunton, and Mrs. 
Amsden ........ 326 

May II, 1 91 4. (C.) 
Engravin'gs 33^ 

May 15, 1 91 4. (C.) 
Pictures, including the property of W. A. L. Fletcher, 
Esq., D.S.O., and the late W. H. Iremonger, Esq., 
and the late Miss Isabel Mosley .... 333 

May 15, 1 91 4. (P.) 
Engravings, Fancy Subjects, Portraits and Modern 
Etchings 339 

May 18, 19, 20, 21 AND 22, 1914. (5.) 
Engravings, including property of Archibald Cameron 
Norman, Esq. ....... 343 

May 21, 1914. (C.) 
Engravings, including property of Sir William Garth 362 

May 22, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including the property of the 
late Sir; J. C Robinson, and of Capt. Bettelheim . 366 

May 25, 1914. (C.) 
Drawings. . 372 



LIST OF SALES. 



May 25, 1914. (P.) 
Japanese Colour Prints ...... 376 

May 27, 1914. (C.) 
Modern Etchings and Engravings .... 378 

May 28, 1914. (C) 
Pictures and Drawings, including the property of the 

late J. H. Lovegrove, Esq. .... 383 

May 28 AND 29, 1914. (S.) 
Engravings, Etchings, and Drawings, including the 
property of W. Harding Smith, Esq. . . . 389 

June 5, 1914. (C.) 
Modern Pictures and Drawings, including the 

property of L. F. Loyd, Esq. .... 393 

June 5, 1914. (5.) 
Japanese Prints ....... 397 

June 8, 1914. (C.) 
Old Pictures ........ 405 

June 12,1914. (C.) 
Coaching and Hunting Pictures, Modem Pictures, and 

Water-colour drawings ...... 410 

June 12, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings, comprising Fancy Subjects and Portraits 415 

June 16,1914. (C.) 
Engravings and Etchings, including the property of 
the late Lady Anna Chandos-Pole . . .417 

June 17 and 18, 1914. (S.) 
Engravings, Drawings and Etchings .... 422 

June 19, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including the property of the 
late Sir Hubert Jemingham, K.C.M.G., and of the 
late James Sidebottom, Esq. .... 428 

June 22, 23, 24 and 25, 1914. (C.) 
Collection of Engravings formed by John, Lord 

Northwick ........ '433 

June 24, 1914. (S.) 
Engravings, Dra\vings and Etchings . . . 449 



LIST OF SALES. 



June 26, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures, including the property of Arthur M. 
Grenfell, Esq., Sir Frederick Arundel de la Pole, 
Bart., and of W. Lindsay Alexander, Esq. . . 452 

June 26, 1914. {P.) 
Engravings, including Fancy Subjects and Portraits 460 

June 30, 1914. (C.) 
Modem Etchings, including the propertv^ of A. T. 

Kemp, Esq. ........ 464 

June 29, 30, July i, 2, 3, 1914. (5.) 
Engra\dngs, including the property of Archibald 

Cameron Norman, Esq. ..... 469 

July 3, 1914. (C.) 
Modern Pictures and Water-colour Drawings, in- 
cluding the property of W. McArthur, Esq., and of 
William Thorbum, Esq. ..... 487 

July 3, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures, the property- of the late Archibald Coates, 

Esq. ......... 491 

July 7, 1914. (C.) 
Etchings ........ 493 

July 9, 1914. (S.) 
Etchings and Engravings, including the property of 
Lady Binning ....... 496 

July 10, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings, including the property of the 
late Lady Anna Chandos-Pole, and of C. L. Fischer, 
Esq 501 

July 10, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings, including the property of the late Sir 
Hubert Jemingham, K.C.M.G. .... 507 

July 13 and 14, 1914. (5.) 
Modem Etchings, Drawings, and Lithographs, in- 
cluding the property of T. Way, Esq., and of the 
late F. Hockliffe, Esq 511 

July 17, 1914. (C.) 
Modem Pictures and Drawings . . . .519 

July 20, 1914. (C.) 
Pictures and Drawings ...... 523 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



October lo, 1913. Puttick's. 

Engravings comprising Fancy Subjects of the Early- 
English and French Schools ; Portraits in Mezzotint, Line 
and Stipple, etc. 

102 Singing and reading, by C. Turner, after Spilsbury, aezzotints, a pair (Brail) 

£2 lOS. 

117 Battle of Waterloo, by H. R. Cook ; and the sance, by J. W. Cook, both 

after A. Sauerweid ( ), /i iSs. 

iiS The Grosvenor East Indiaman, by R. PoUard, after R. Smirke (Hogan), £2. 
140 Love in a bottle, by Fr\% after A. Buck, in colours ; aad two others (Pollard), 

£ro. 

146 La Fleur du Village, and companion, published by J. Cross, 1S27, aquatints, 

in colours, a pair (G. H. Brown), £1 45. 

147 Isle of Wight : The Volunteers receiving the Island Banner, by J. Wells, 

after Livesay, aquatint, in colours (Ellis & Smith , £4 15s. 

148 Isle of Wight : The town with the Volunteers on their march to be reviewed, 

by and after the same, aquatint, in colours (EUis i: Smith), £5. 

149 Isle of Wight : Grand re\'iew near Freshwater Bay, by and after the same, 

aquatint, in colours (Ellis & Smith), £5. 

150 Isle of Wight : View of West Cowes with the Volunteers on parade, by and 

after the same, aquatint, in colour (EUis & Smith), £5 10;. 

151 Isle of Wight : Grand reWew at Sandham Bay, by and after the same, 

aquatint, in colours (Ellis & Smith), £4 15s. 

154 Louisa, by Legrand, after Morland, ovals, in colours, a pair ; and Guinea 

pigs, by Levilly, after Morland, proof (G. H. Bro»-n., £6 15s. 

155 Return from market, by J. R. Smith, after G. Morland, mezzotint (Fores) 

£6 15s. 

200 Racing, by Sutherland, after H. Aiken, 1S24, aquatints, in colours, a set ot 

four (Fores), £65 2S. 

201 Fox-hunting, by Harris, after H. Aiken, 1S44, aquaticti, in colours, a set 

of four (Akermann), £22 is. 

202 Fox-hunting, by Reeve, after Wolstenholme, aquatints, in colours, a set of 

four (Fores), £52 los. 

203 A trip to Melton, after J. Dean Paul, panorama in case, aquatint, in colours 

(Fores), £63. 

204 Mrs. Gywnne, and Mrs. Bunbury, by W. Dickinson, alter D. Gardner, mezzo- 

> tint fLauser), £10 los. 

206 Georgiana. Countess Spencer and her daughter, by C. Corbutt, after Reynolds, 

mezzotint (Barnard), £1 2s. 6d. 

207 Classical subject, by Scott, after Stothard, in colours (Mann), £3 3s. 

205 Henry, Duke of Cumberland, by T. Watson, alter Reynolds, mezzotint 

(Dnmmiond), 12s. 
209 Unkennelling the hounds ; The chase ; At fault ; and The death, by and 
after R. PoUard, aquatints, a set of four (Fores), £5 5=. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Beeswing, by C. Hunt after J. F. Herring, aquatint, in colours ; Hamble- 

tonian, and Diamoid, by Whessel, after Sartorius (Ellis & Smith), £5 los. 
Post horses and Royalrnail coaches, by C. Hunt, after J. F. Herring, aquatints, 

in colours ; and aiotber (Paterson), £3. 
Apollo and the I\!use3 by Bovi, after Cipriani, in browTi (Brail), £1 los. 
Rural amusements (Brothers Pattison), by Bromley, mezzotint (Long), £1. 
Sporting anecdotes : p. stopper, by and after H. Aiken, in colours (Mitford) 

£1 los. 
Children feeding goai, by P. W. Tomkins, after Morland, in colours (Blythe) 

£8 los. ,■ 

Auld Robin Grey, hj Bartolozzi, after Bunbury, circle, coloured (Trafford), 

£3 15s. 
Pomona, and Ceres,'by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, circles, in colours, a pair 

(G. H. Brown), 145. 
Venus surrounded by Cupids, by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, in colours (Levy) 

14 3s. 6d. 
Painting, by T. Adams, after Van Assen, in colours (Pollard), £12 12s. 
Sir Joshua Rejmolds, by V. Green, after himself, mezzotint (Clowes), £4 4s. 
Encampment at Brighton, by Mmrphy, after Wheatley, mezzotints, a pair 

(Watkins), £8 8s. 
His Majesty reviewing troops at Blackheath, by Pollard, after Mason (Blythe) 

£3- 
Smugglers attacked, and Defeated- after Sir F. Bourgeois, a pair (G. H. Brown), 

£3- 
Two Durham oxen, after Weaver, mezzotint (Ansell), £1. 
General Washington, by Heath, after Stuart (Watkins), £1 i6s. 
George, Prince of Wales, by W. Ward, after Harlow, mezzotint (G. H. Brown), 

£i- 
Mrs. Wilkin, by Wilkin, after Hoppner (Long), £r 8s. 
George Washington, by Heath, after Stuart (Milbank), £1 3s. 
Duchess of Devonshire, and Lady Sheffield, by Sydney E. Wilson, mezzotints, 

in colours, signed proofs (Vicars), £20. 
Brangwyn, Frank The boatman, signed proof (Brail) £3 los. 
Brangwyn, Frank, Windmill, Bruges, signed proof (Clark), £4 5s. 
Brangwyn, Frank, The shipbuilding yard, signed proof (Brail), £3 3s. 
Brangwyn, Frank, Scaffolding, S. Kensington, signed proof (Brail), £3 3s. 
The west front, Burgos Cathedral, by Axel H. Haig, signed proof (Brail), 

£5. 
The Ladies Waldcgrave, by G. Shury, after Reynolds, mezzotint (G. H. 

Brown), £1 5s. 
Flora, by Woolnoth, after Cosway, in colours (Hunting), £1. 
The woodman, by Bartolozzi, after Barker, in colours (Mann), £4 5s. 
248 The contemplative charmer, mezzotint, in colours (Ellis & Smith), £2 los. 

260 Baxter, The parting look (Yeulett), £4. 

261 Baxter, Day before marriage, stamped ; and Lover's letter box (Spencer), £5. 

Baxter, The Coronation of Queen Victoria ( ), £9. 

Blond, Le, Day before marriage ; and Lover's letter box (Lee), £2 5s. 

Fox hunting, by Sutherland after Alkcn, aquatints, in colours, a set of four 

(G. H. Brown), £5 los. 

266 Baxter, The gardener's shed ; and the Bridesmaid ( ), £2. 

268 Baxter, The bride, on music (Gammon), £1. 

277 Pigeons, after Wolstenholmc, in colours, a set of four (Brail), £2. 



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278 Lady Hamilton as " Bacchante," by F. MJler, alter Sir J. Re>-nolds ; and 
two others, mezzotints (Brail), £1. 

WATER-COLOURS BY H. ALKEN. 

284 Partridge and pheasant shooting, a pair, sgned (Pollard), (,-Ly. 

285 Fox-hunting, a pair, signed (Pollard), £13 13s. 

286 Fox-hunting, a set of four, oil paintings — 12 x 20 (Pollard), £g 19s. 6d. 



October 27 and 28, 1913. Sotheby's. 

Engravings, Etchings, etc. 

PORTRAITS. 
After Sir A. Vand-ck. 

1 Charles I, by J. Simon (Meatyard), £1 los. 

2 Charles I in robes, by J. Smith (F. DanieU)£6 5s. 

3 Charles I in armour, by J. Smith (F. Daniell £3 5s. 

4 Charles I, by J. Faber (Ellis & Smith), £2 2S, 

5 Charles I with the young Prince Charles, by i Browne, with a counter proof 

of same (Brail), £1 8s. 

6 Charles I, by J. Faber (Rimcll), £1 8s. 

7 Charles I, by A. Browne, with counter proof same (Rimeli), /a 5s. 

8 Charles I, by R. White (A. Davis), £r i6s. 

9 Charles I in his robes, by R. Strange (Drurmmd), £2 2s. 

10 Charles I standing by his horse ; Henrietta 2uria and children ; and The 

children of Charles I, by R. Strange, a set c three (Jacobson) A 

11 Charles I, by P. Gunst (Elhs & Smith), £13 los 

12 Charles I and family, by J. Massard (Rimellj, >, 12s. 6d. 

13 Charles I ; and Henrietta Maria, by P. de Jode. pair (Drummond) iz i->s 

14 Charles I ; and Henrietta JMaria, by J. Suyc-hoef, a pair (F. Daniell) 

£3 14s. 

16 Charles I ; and Henrietta Maria, by P. A. Gunst pair (F. Daniel!) /"i 

17 Henrietta Maria, by A. Browne, with counter oof of same (F. Daniell) 

£2 6s. 

18 Mary Princess of Orange, by W. Faithome (F. Iiiell), i8s. 

21 James I, by J. Smith (Drummond), £1 16s. 

22 Paul du Pont, by J. Watson (F. Daniell), £3 5s. 

25 Portrait of a man in fur cloak and lace collar, by'. V'aillant (Brail) £1 7s 

27 Archbishop Laud, by J. Watson (A. Davis), £1 141 

28 Sir Edward Littleton, by R. Williams (F. Daniell),: 12s. 

30 Lady Wenman by R. Dunkarton, proof before le.rs ; and Jane daughter 

of Lord Wenman, by J. Boydell (Sotheran), £3;. 6d. 

31 Frances Stuart Countess of Portland, by .\. Brom with counter proof of 

same (Brail), £1 15s. 

33 James. Duke of Richmond, by R. Earlom, first sti before separate plate 

(Parsons), £12. 

34 The same, in the same state with wide margin (F. Cell), tin, 

35 Rachel, Countess of Southampton, by J. McArdell.roof before all letters 

(Pairsons), £10 los. 

36 George, Duke of Buckingham and his brother, by J. j\rdell (Colnaghi) £18 



-\ilT PRICES CURPvEXT. 



•Tmth., £g. 



Lords Jc:hi aud Bea^am Stoart, by J. Mc.Arddi (EJlis & 

Sir TLonias Wartoo, by XI G:ieea ; and Hemy Vsaveis, Ead of Daaby, by- 
tie ga^wp ( M«ma y}, /c 12S- 
P<Eii2it of a bey cai hcEseS ads:, ptooi hf^ose all ktteis (F. Daniell), £3 3s. 
Dnie of Areobog, by R. I idsKn, pfoof besoie fettots (A. Davis), £5 155. 

PORTRAnS. 
Eica :i> BY &E A. VA3n>vcE, 
Lucas Vo!st@2BaiJS ; aod < oSkjiDiis de Vos (Qcazitcb), £14 106. 



Joannes B»eiJg-d ; Fraucist s &iy<fas ; aad PeSnss Keagel (Qoaiitdi), £9 5s. 
ExasEoos Rottecilamns ; Jo uQes de Wa£l ; and Fiaaciscos Ji&dns (Qoanbiij, 

£6 ics. 
TiECQS SottcaxoaBs ; Adasa & van XocKt ; awni Jdamjcs Sodlmx (Qnantd^* 

/ii. 
FraEoscos Fiaack ; Pan!: 

£6 IO6. 



'-d Jodoass de Mcanper (QDaiita:^),. 



LTNTE PORTRAITS. HtlXCIPALLY BY FSEXCK ENGRAVERS. 



Dds, \V. J., WiUiam 

Ddfi. W. J., Geoige 
(Meatyaid'i, £2 153- 

IMS, W. J., Freoekk 
vdt, a pair (F. 

Ddfi. W. J., Heam 
by C. Qas3j<H3!, 

Drevet. P., jar^es. 

Iteevet, P., Adneme 

Drev^ P., E^iiip V 

£2 X2S^ 6d- 
Massoii, A-, G. de 
Massoss, A., Hffiri 

(CSsanady;, £2 
yaq=cffiu A-, X. de 

(LiBd&f<), £: 
Morin, J., Comtesse 

Moaiii, J., CaidiBal 
ds Gssviies (1 



74 


G. >f. de la Toar 


73 


iizusiot de BoaJD 


77 


J. L. Chalks d 




Due d'Eo^ne 


7« 


Bamztd de Foil 




(98)(Mcl>Mia 


79 


Cbarks de ia P<j 


&o 


Joks Paul del 


fz 


Louis XIV (15' 



(priace os Oraage, aii«r C. V^issEher (F. DanielQ, 
S3, Doke of BnckJngfwF^', citta: M. J. "iSiasrveit 
>hfinrriaj and Ms wife Eiiza£<eib, aiter M. J. Mkre- 

!./. £4 153. 

TcEa ; aad Pdaaoeas Mary, dat^btec oi Cbades 1, 
Sir A- VandyidE (F. Danirif) ^ £1 los. 
if Bawkk (Ketm), £3 5Su 

s'Tr'.Teor. after C. CoypeJ (Cdna^d & Obadi), £1 1^. 
^f Spalo, ciier H. Rigasd ; aiid apoirtier (Keatyard), 

j^^, after X. Migrwid ^otberas^ £4 15s. 

, CoisE^t d'Haixoort, alter X. Aiignard, damaged 

-iswfii ; and Maoe de L^osTaaoe- T >rwhp<«^» de Gfiise 

B^ssu; aiidC<K!at£ssof CacDarvoa(C<^iaag}n&Obacb) 

i^tiFogJBo ; Xr. CbrysiiB : aod FiaiiQafe Botier Mangos 
d & Obacb), £6 5s. 

R. N&XZECIL. 

vtrgBe (50) (McDtnald), £7 i<k- 
11 J, &st ^ate (GcK&iiBst), £3 153. 
■^ Comte de Dmsois (86); H. J. de BoodMo, 
(Gatdcoiistjl, £7 zos. 
la Valeite, Doc d'Espexoo (91) ; aod Xioolas Fouqoet 



trx de la UeUeraye (iiS; (F. Dankil), £9 3s. 

ii'i47) ; and Caniinal Mayjirin <i74!i {BiaSj, £1 Si^ 
[fi:^ ^ate (Hand!), £:i 155. 



Sotheby's.] October 27 and 2S, 1913. 15 

83 Henri de Lorraine, Marquis de Mouy (197), first state (McDonald), £1 6s. 

85 N. P. de Novion (206), second state (Brail), £1 14s. 

88 PoiUy, N., Louis XIV ; and Louis de Venc'jme, Due de Mercoeur (Meatyard), 

£2 10s. 

OTHER PORTR.'ITS. 
92 James, Duke of Monmouth, by A. Blooteliig, after Sir P. Lely (F. Daniel!) 

£6. 

94 The Marquess of Downshire and Lord Aihur HUI, by P. Conde, after R. 

Cosway (Robinson), £1 12s. 

95 Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg ; and Priness Charlotte, by H. Dawe, after 

G. Dawe, a pair, in colours, ovals (Jaobson), £2. 
zoo Admiral de Ruyter, by A. Blooteling ; Da\d Vlugh, by H. Bary ; and Henry 

Casimir, Prince of Nassau, by N. Visscer (F. DanieU), £3 15s. 
141 Boucher, F., Female carrying basket of lowers on her head, with other 

figures, m red (Parsons), £2. 
157 Mr. Garrick and Mrs. Pritchard in the Tagedy of Macbeth, engi-aved by 

V. Green, after Zoffany (Harrison), £2 5s 
162 The British Army, in colours (Harrison), i. 

168 Snipe shooting in the marshes ; High spo in pursuit of a hare, both in 

colours (Harrison), £1 15s. 

169 Dr. Church's London and Birmingham sten coach, buUt at Birmingham, 

1833, by Allen Fiske (Rimell), £1 Ss. 

ETCHINGS. 

175 Rembrandt, The death of the Virgin (McCase), £1 los. 
184 Rembrandt, St. Jerome at the foot of a iUow tree, repaired in places 
(Morrison), £4 15s. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

195 Schongauer, Martin, Pilate washing his handsirfginal impression (damaged) 

(Morrison), £1. 
202 PoUard, R., View of Gibraltar, 1782, proof bore letters (Parsons), £1 14s. 
204 Mrs. Green, by V. Green, after E. F. Calze (jDonald), £1. 

206 General Vv'ashington, by T. Cheesman, after J-rumbull (Western), £1 5s. 

207 Action between H.M.S. Shannon and the An-ican frigate Chesapeake, by 

L. Haghe, after J. C. Schetky, set of four liographs (Spencer), £10. 
211 Gleaners, two plates ; and Love and Hope stale, in brown, by C. Knight 
after Bunbury (A. Davis), £9 los. 

219 Bartolozzi, Mrs. Abington, after Cosway (Brall£2. 

220 Bartolozzi, Friendship, after Cipriani, proof in ri(Borrow), £2 5s. 

221 Bartolozzi, Religion, after Kauflman, proof in 1 (Lindow), £1 los. 

Bartolozzi School. 
22S Girl nutting, by Tomkins, after Brigg, proof (Irow), £6 10s. 

229 Sterne's Maria, by Wynne Ryland, after Kauffn. (McDonald), £2. 

230 Love chaining beauty, by Marcuard, after Kaufim (Brail), £5 17s. 6d. 

231 The snuff bo.x, from Sterne's " Sentimental Jmey," by De .Atta, after 

Kauflman (Jacobson), £1 18s. 

233 " He sleeps," by Tomkins (Parsons), £3 17s. 6d. 

234 French fireside, in red, by Tomkins, after Ansell, 5of (Maggs), £10 15s. ' 

FOREIGN PORTRAITS. 

235 Prince and Piincess of Bohemia, by Bolswert, a- Mierevelt (F. Daniell), 

£10. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



237 
240 
243 
244 
246 
248 

251 
255 



265 
266 

269 

271 

272 
278 

286 

293 

294 

295 

301 
306 

311 
322 



Henri IV of France. Le Scejtre de Milice, by L. Gauther (Gardner), £1 los. 

Prince Eugene, by Vack, after Musian (Maggs), £2 i8s. 

Prince George of Hesse, by mith, after Murray (EUis & Smith), £1 2s. 

Maria Theresa, by Faber, atcr Meydens (Maggs), £1 6s. 

Pompone, by Nanteuii (Br; J), £1 8s. 

Henri de Savoie, Due de Nerours, by Nanteuii (R. D. 199) ; Henri de Lorraine, 

Marquess de Mony, by : . Nanteuii (R. D. 197), proofs (Borrow), £6. 
Miss Homeck, by R. Dunkrton, after Sir J. Reynolds (Maggs), £9 15s. 
Paul Jones shooting a sail( ■ who had attempted to strike his colours in an 

engagement, published ly Carington Bowles, in colours (Maggs), £10 5s. 
The Pytchley Hunt, by Jules, after C. Loraine Smith, a set of eight (Ellis 

and Smith), £11. 
Charlotte at the tomb of \\ rther, circle, in colours (Brail) £2 5s. 
The bower of Venus, by G. I ?llaway, after R. Westall, in colours (F. Daniel!), 

" Protection " (Lady Mary Yorke), by J. Ogbome, after Sir J. Reynolds 

(Lindow), £1 12s. 
David Garrick as " Kitcly,|by J. Finlayson, after Sir J. Reynolds ; and the 

same, by J. McArdell, liter Liotard (Parsons), £1 iis. 
Lord Apsley and his brotUr, by T. Watson, after N. Dance (A. Davis), £5. 
Louis le Dauphin de Frana, by P. Drevet, after H. Rigaud (Sotheran), £1. 
Prussian Hussars, and Aulrian Hussars, by C. Ziegler, after C. Gessner, both 

aquatints in colours (Arsons), £3 7s. 6d. 
A morning star, and Ail evening star, by and after H. Dawe, a pair, ia 

colours (BraU), £1 6s, 
Frances Isabella Ker Gitrdon (Angels' heads), by P. Simon, after Sir J. 

Reynolds (Lindow), ft 12s. 
' He sleeps," by and after P. W. Tomkins, oval, in brown, without any 

letters (BraU), £2 15s 
Nanteuii, R., Vicomte daTurenne, second state (McDonald), £1 13s. 
" L' Amour en Sentinelje," by Miger, after Fragonard (Ellis & Smith), 

£1 los. I 

The fleecy charge, by 6. Shepherd, after G. Morland ; and Dogs, by and 

after the same (Kinf), £1 los. 
Portrait of George Morlknd. by W. Wai'd, after R. MiiUer (Lauser), £2 12s. 



November 7, 191J. 



Puttick'5. 



Engravings, incluping the Property of Robert Lee, Esq., 
of Corriegills, Readpg, etc. 

MODERN ETCHINGS AND ENGRAVINGS. 
18 Cameron, D. Y., Ben'Lcdi, a fine impression of the rare second state, signed 
(Frost & Reed), ^41 15s. 

20 Bentley, Alfred, Tro»dero, and Porchester Castle, signed proofs (Errington), 

£1 i2s. 6d. 

21 Brangwyn, Frank, "Burs de Faure, signed proof (Errington), £1 los. 

22 Brangwyn, Frank, the bridge, Barnard Cast'e, aquatint, signed proof 

(Neumeyer), £3 Jos. 
33 Love and hvc, by R S. CloustOn, after G. F. Watts, mezzotmt, signed artist's 
proof (Buxton), f 5 5S- 



Puttick's.] November 7, 191 3. 7 

24 Pan and Psyche, after E. Bume-Jones, mezzotint, signed artist's proof 

(Buxton), £1 IDS. 

25 Birth of Galatea, by Campbell, after E. Bume-Jones, mezzotint signed 

proof (Buxton), £1 los. 

95 Grog on board ; and The Margate hoy, by Rowlandson. aquatints, in colours 

(RimeU), £5- 

96 View of the landing of the New England Forces in ye Expedition against 

Cape Breton, 1745, by Brooks, after J. Stevens, published by Carrington 
Bowles, in colours (Gardiner), £13 13s. 

97 A view of the taking of Quebec, September 13th, 1759, published by Carrington 

Bowles, in colours (Usher), £9 9s. 
107 A view of New V'ork, from Brooklyn Heights by N. Currier, after Palmer, 
lithograph, in colours ( ), £3 3s. 

117 Lorezzo, by Careme, in colours, a pair (Mann), £5 los. 

118 Le Repos de Diane, by Darmer, after Balen, in colours (Haas), £2 15s. 

119 Venus au bain, by Bonnet, after Beauford, in colours (Haas), £r 12s. 6d. 

125 La Re; asseuse ; La Fileuse ; La Brodeuse ; and La De\'ideuse, by Augrand 

in colours, a set of four (G. H. Brown), £5. 

126 Tom and his pigeons ; and The favourite rabbit, by C. Knight, after Russell, 

in colours, a pair (Brail), £5 15s. 

127 The virtues, by Gautier, after Boizot, ovals, in colours, a set of eight (Haas), 

£9 9S- 

132 Roman triumph, aquatint, in colours, fine panorama, in original case (BarT>'), 

£4 15s. 

133 The State procession, Her Majesty's Coronation, aquatint, in colours, 60 ft. 

long, pubUshed by Fores, in original boards (Davis), £2 15s. 

134 Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox, by J. Jones, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

mezzotint (Mills), £5 15s. 
138 Sailor boy's return, by Orme, after Bigg, in colours ; and two others (Mann), 

£8 los. 
142 Lady Jane Grey giving her table book to Sir John Gaze, by F. Bartolozzi 

after A. Kauffman, oval, in colo^irs (Mann), £10 los. 

144 The fortune-teller, by J. R. Smith, after Rev. Peters, mezzotint (Deman), 

£1 I2S. 6d. 

145 An oval cla.ssical subject, by Bartolozzi, after Kauffman, in red, proof (Mann 

£4 7s. 6d. 

146 Lady Hamilton as " The Spinster," by T. Cheesman, after G. Romney in 

brown (Allen), £7 7s. 

147 Princess Fredericque Louisa \^'ilhelmina, by Descourtis after Hentzi and 

Toselli, proof before all letters, a brilliant impression, aquatint, in colours, 
with full margins (Dear), £68. 

148 Duchess of Devonshire and Lady Georgina Cavendish, by G. Keating, after 

Morland, mezzotint (Dear), £40. 

149 Mail coach in a drift of snow ; and in a Storm of snow, br G. Reeves, after 

James Pollard, aquatints, in blue, a pair (Fores), £4 los. 
154 Weighing, Ipswich ; Training, Ascot Heath ; Running, Epsom ; and Preparing 

to start, Newmarket, alter Aiken, aquatints, in colours, varnished, a set 

of four (Bravington), £10 10s. 
157 Unkennelling the hounds ; The chase ; At fault ; and The Death, by Pollard, 

and Jukes, after Pollard, aquatints, a set of four (Pollard). £27 6s. 

159 The first steeplechase on record, by J. Harris after H. Aiken, aquatints in 

colours, a set of four (Maggs), £6. 

160 Ideas (8). by H. Aiken, and two others, ht colours (Fores), £6. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



i6i George, Viscount Maiden, and Lady Elizabeth Capel, by C. Tumor, after Sir 
Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint (Jukes), £ii iis. 

163 Lady Rushout and daughter, by Burke, after A. Kaufiman, oval, in red 

(Pollard), £29 8s. 

164 Sophia Western, by J. R. Smith after J. Hoppner, mezzotint, in colours (F. 

Sabin), £58 i6s. 

166 Mrs. Jordan in the character of " Hypolita," by J. Jones, after J. Hoppner, 

a superb impression with full margins, mezzotint (Allen), £48 6s. 

167 John Adams, President of the United States of Americ;a, a very rare early 

mezzotint (Ricketts), £21. 

168 General Washington, by V. Green, after Peel, mezzotint (Ricketts), £3 3s. 
i6g Sir George Campbell, Admiral of the Blue, by W. Ward, after Sir W. Beechey, 

mezzotint (Wyatt), £4. 

170 Vice-Admiral Colpoys, by R. Earlom, after Pellegrini, mezzotint (Wyatt), 

£2 15s. 

171 Prince Rupert, by Faithome, after Dobson, second state (MUes), £6. 

172 Mrs. Fitzherbert, by Conde, after Cosway (Edwards), £4 5s. 

173 The Countess Gower and Lady EUzabeth Leveson Gower, by Samuel Cousins, 

after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint (Tebbett), £5. 

174 Rt. Hon. William Pitt, Lord Amhurst, by R. Dunkarton, after Devis, mezzo- 

tint (Brevm), £1 15s. 
177 " Much Ado About Nothing," by P. Simon, after Peters, and Mrs. Siddons 

and her son, by Caldwell (Poilard), £2 i8s. 
179 The happy father, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, mezzotint, in colours 

(Mann), £3 3s. 
i8r The fortune-teller, by J. R. Sherwin, after Reynolds ; and two others, in 

colours (Brail), £7 los. 

182 Young Bums at the grave of his father, by -Bate, after Buck, in colours 

(Titley), £2 2S. 

183 Gleaners, by J. Walter ; and Haymakers, by E. Smith, after B. Bird, in 

colours, a pair (Leggatt), £18 7s. 6d. 

184 Discipline, and companion, by R. Cooper, after H. Corbould, in colours, a 

pair (Mayne); £7 7s. 

185 Child carrying basket of fruit, after RusseU, in colours (Pollard), £r3 13s. 

190 Grecian dance, by J. Parker, after Stothard, circle, in colours (F. Daniell), 

£5 15s. 

191 Expectation, by and after W. Ward, oval, in colours (Lindow), £4 7s. 6d. 
194 Snipe shooting ; and Partridge shooting, by C. Catton, after G. Morland, 

in colours, a pair (Dear), £26 5s. 

196 Hare hunting, plates 1 and 2, by R. G. Reeve, after W. P. Hodges, aquatints, 

in colours, a pair (Allen), £9 ros. 

197 Sailors carousing, by W. Ward, after Ibbetson, mezzotint, in colours (Pollard), 

rgS Mail coach by moonlight, by Hunt, after Pollard, aquatint, in colours (Fores), 

a- 

199 Mail coach in a flood, by Rosenberg, after Pollard, aquatint, in colours (Allen) 

£4 I. IS. 

200 Extraordinary steeplechase, engraved by Messrs. H. Aiken and E. Duncan, 

aquatint, in colours (Ackermann), £9 19s. 6d. 

201 Le Crainte Enfantine, by Freudcberg, aquatint in colours (Brail), £5 5s. 

202 La Colation, by Moyreau, after Wattcau (Allen), £1 17s. 6d. 

204 Music, by Sintzenich, after Rosalba, oval, in colours (F. Daniell), £9 los. 

205 The sheepshearer, in colours (Titley), £3. 



Puttick's] November 7, 1Q13. 



2o5 Infancy, after Cosway ; Golden age, by Verhelst ; A check, after Aiken ; 
and Briton Ferry, by Jukes, in colom-s (F. Sabin), £44 2S. 

207 Commerce : The fleece, designed, drawn and engraved by V. Green, in colours 

(Dyatt), £3 3S. 

208 Vauxhall, by R. Pollard, after Rowlandson, in colours (Brail), (fi 16s. 6d. 
211 Hyde Park, by Bunbury, in colours (Tiswell), £4. 

216 Harvesting, by Meadows, after Westall, in colours (Mann), £2 17s. 6d. 

217 Birth of an heir, and companion, by W. Ward, after Bigg, mezzotints, a pair 

(Boys), £3- 
221 Guardian augels, by Vendramini, after Stella, in colours (Mann), £3 los. 



November 21, 1913. Christie's. 

Pictures and Drawings, the Property of the late J. H. 
Fitzhenry, Esq., 12, Thurloe Place, S.W. ; the Property 
of Sir Henry Stafford Jerningham, Bart., Costessey Park, 
Norwich ; and from other sources. 



Property of the late J. H. Fitzhenrv, Esq., 12, Thurloe 
Place, S.W. 

DRAWINGS. 

Pasiels. 

1 Lady in blue dress ; and Gentleman in brown coat, a pair — 17^- x 14^ (Renton), 

£13 13s. 

2 Girl holding a cat ; and Lady in blue dress with a muff, ovals (Boss), £9 9s. 

3 Lady in blue dress and white hat ; and Lady with a large bow in her hair 

(Mitchison), £39 i8s. 

4 Lovers, oval — 2aJ x 17J (Boss), £19 19s. 

5 Hamilton, H. D., R.H.A., Head of a lady with a rose in her bodice, oval — 

9x7 (Renton), £6 6s. 

6 Knapton, G., Gentleman in blue coat and cocked hat — 23J x 17^ (Renton), 

£31 lOS. 

7 Tischbein, J. H., Princesse de Courlande, ncc Comtcsse de Medem in white 

dress with black scarf, oval — 14 x 11 (Permain), £71 8s. 

W aier-Colour , Gouache, etc. 

8 Classical building with fountain and figures — 13V X 9J (Ben-Simon), £44 2S . 

9 Entrance to a palace with musical figures ; and Classical building with figures 

sacrificing, a pair, gouache — 19V x 23 (Coureau), £46 4s. 

10 Bonington, R. P., Le Grande Place, Bayonne— 9 x 6 (Sampson), £14 14s. 

11 Boucher F., A cupid flying, red, black and white chalk — 9 x 13 (Smith), 

£126. 

12 Boucher, F., Lady reclining on the ground, charcoal — 9^ x 12! (Schnell), 

£i5 i6s. 

13 Bunbury, H., Breaking in a pair of horses ; Roses, by Mathilda See ; and \ 

flower girl, pastel (Sampson), £4 4s. 

14 Clovio, Guilio, The Holy Family, with Saint Elizabeth and Saint John 

gouache — loj x 8 (Harvey), £2 12S. 6d. 

15 Downman, J., A.R..\., after. Heads of ladies, two in one frame, oval — 8Jx 7\ 

each (Gramajo), £7 7s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



i6 Fragonard, Cupid on the clouds ; and Heads ot a ^rl and two boys, three in 
one frame (Smith), £48 6s. 

17 Freudeberg, S., Girl in decollete dress, red chalk — 5J x 5 (Smith), £23 2S. 

18 Gounod, F. L., Heads of a lady and a gentleman, a pair, in oval medallions 

suspended from sculptured pedestals, pencil and red chalk ; signed, and 
dated 1771 — 8-|- x 6| (Magniac), £42. 

19 Lavreince, Le Joli Chien, ou !e Petit Favori — 12J x 9 (Turner), £11 iis. 

20 Lucas A., River scene with chateau, boats and figures ; and Le Palais 

Episcopal de Beauvais, gouache (Ben-Simon), £19 19s. 

21 Robert, H., Vestibule cf a palace with figures, red chalk — 81 x 13 (Ben- 

Simon), £7 17s. 6d. 
21A Robert, H., Cavern scene, sepia wash (Coureau), £14 14s. 

22 Udine, G. da, A Renaissance design, sepia ; and Head of a man, black and 

white chalk (Coutts), los. 6d. 

23 Watteau, A courtier in red coat and black hat ; and Head of Madame d'l 

Barry, by C. Eissen, red chalk (Titus), £5 6s. 

24 Watteau de Lille, L. J., Masquerade figures ; and In the arena, a pair, Indian 

ink wash — 8A- x 14J (C. Davis), £73 los. 

PICTURES. 

25 Lady in brown dress and dark shawl, oval — 24J x 21 (Renton), £9 19s. 6d. 

26 Head of a boy, on copper ; A circular dish-shaped panel with Raffaellesque 

ornament ; and A Venetian gilt carved-wood frame (Ellis & Smith), 
£16 i6s. 

27 Albano, F., Group of infant Bacchanals dancing round a stone pedestal, on 

which is a basket of flowers, unframed, panel — iif x 14 (Titus), £4 4s. 

28 Bassen, B. Van, Courtyard of a palace with cavalier and lady, panel — 2oJ^ x 37J 

(Smart), £39 i8s. 

29 Bock, Three children in a landscape making a house of cards — igf x 24^ 

(Peabody), £6 6s. 

30 Bonington, Beach scene with stranded boat and figures ; and Romantic 

landscape, by De Mame, panel (Permain), £4 r4S. 6d. 

31 Boucher, An allegory of painting, unframed — ^19 x 25-J (Titus), £!■; 15s. 

32 Boucher, after, A youth and two girls in a landscape, by R. Quintin, 1H87, 

unframed, panel — 25^- x 21 (Coutts), £7 17s. 6d. 

33 Bronzino, Alphonse II de Medici when young in buff-shaped tunic, panel — 

.9I x 7 J (Peabody), £8 8s. 

34 Canaletto, View near Venice with church and figures — 13 x 16 (Leger), £4 4s. 

35 School of Cimabue. Madonna and Child enthroned with Saints and Angels, 

panel, in walnut-wood case — 18J x 12J- (Kann), £304 los. 

36 Codde, P., A music party : Two cavaliers and tiaree ladies, panel — 13} x 20J 

(Nicholson), £71 8s. 

37 Desportes, A. F., Two dogs in a landscape — 22 x 3oi- (Ben-Simon), £37 i5s. 

38 Early English School. Young girl in white dress seated with a dog — 28 x 22 

(Leger), £4 4s. 

39 French School. Comtesse Renou de Bourgoyne, in yellow dress with blue 

bows and black lace cloak, seated — 341- x 28 (Kendal), £44 2S. 

40 French School. Lady i 1 green dress and white head-dress, oval — 23 x 19 

(Mans), £8 8s. 

41 French School. Gentleman in claret-coloured coat trimmed with fur holding 

a paper — 304- x 24 (Ben-Simon), £63. 

42 Geddes, Andrew, A.R.A., Gentleman (said to be Nathaniel Pliiner) in brown 

coat and dark bat — 27A x z^ (Peabody), £10 los. 



Christie's.] November 21, 1913. 



43 Greuze Yoiing girl in white decollete dress, oval — 7i :< 5I (Neumans), 

£37 i6s. 

44 Greuze, Young girl in brown and white dress and white cap reading, panel ; 

and Gentleman in blue coat, oval (Glen) £12 12s. 

45 Gobert, J., 1831, View on the Seine, Paris — 61 X 8J (Whiten), £2 12s. 6d. 

46 Italian School. Madonna in red dress and dark robe offering a fruit to the 

Infant Saviour, unframed, panel, arched top — zgi x 18J (Coureau) 
£31 I OS. 

47 Lavreince, Three ladies in a landscape, panel — loJ x'yi (Hequet), £17 175. 

48 Prince, J. B. '•&. Autumn : Two boys with vines on a frieze decorated with a 

festoon of flowers ; a design for mural decoration, unframed — 29 x 26 
(Reynolds), £57 15s. 

49 Lippi, Filippo, Madonna and Child enthroned ; the Virgin in crimson dress, 

pale blue cloak, the Infant Saviour holds a pomegranate in His hands ; 
the throne is of classic design with an inscription at the base, panel arched 
top — 29 X I7J- (Wallis), £225 15s. 

50 The Master of the Demi-Figure, The Magdalen seated at a table writing, 

panel — 14^ x 10 (Neumans), £136 los. 

51 Matsys, Q., The Virgin and the Dead Christ, panel — 6i x 7 (Kendal), £21. 

52 Nattier, Diana ; and Flora, a pair, unframed — 21 x 3oi (MaUmann), £60 rSs. 

53 Netscher, Lady in white dress with blue coat seated in a landscape — 16 x 13 

(Schroeder), £17 17s. 

54 Orpen, W., A.R.A., 1908, J. H. Fitzhenry, Esq., seated in bis study — 29! x 29^ 

(Marchant), £r4i r5S. 

55 Patinir, Saint Gerome in a landscape at his devotions, panel — 6 x 4! 

(Schroeder), £10 los. 

56 Poelenbm-gh, C. Van, Saint John in the Wilderness, panel — 4f x 6J (Peabody), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

57 Recy, C. de, Henry 11 in rich tunic and white rose holding his gloves in his 

right hand ; on gilt embossed leather with the Royal monogram — 59 x 39 
(Neumans), £47 5s. 

58 Tischbein, J. H., Mdlle. Lefort, Dame Lectrice to the Landgravine of Hesse 

Cassel, in white dress seated reading in the Park at Wihelmshohe — 
27i x 24i (WaUis), £54 12s. 

59 Tocque, L., Lady in pink dress with large white bow in front, her hair powdered 

and ornamented with pearls, oval — 25 x coi (Buttrey), £399. 

60 Velasquez, Velasquez in dark cloak holding his hat — 17I x 14 (Titus), 

£12 I2S. 

61 Venius, O. Van, Alexandro Magno in painted gilt oval frame with a shaped 

medallion bearing inscription, on copper — 7j x 5 (Clark), £4 4s. 

62 Watteau, Fete Champetre, panel — 16 x 12 (Titus), £18 i8s. 

63 Wilson. B., Gentleman in brown dre^ and rich cloak seated in a garden 

playing a guitar — 22 x 28 (Buttery), £283 los. 

64 Zucchero School. Lady in black and white dress, white ruff and lace cap 

holding a kerchief, panel — 21 x 12J (Huggins), £14 14s. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

65 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Miss Susan Bloxam, daughter of the Rev. R. R. 

Bloxam, D.D., pencil and colour — 8i x 6J (Hadow), £27 6s. 

66 Domenichino, Studies of nude figures, red chalk, unframed (Peabody) 

£7 7S. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



PICTURES. 

67 Aeken, Van, Saint .'Anthony, panel — 14-1- x gi (Maynard), £3 13s. 6d. 

68 Antonissen, H. J., Shipping in a breeze — zgi x 39 (Wyatt), £12 12s. 

69 Early English School. Mr. Roake in red dress, holding his hat and stick — 

50 X 40 (Turner), £75 12s. 

70 Rembrandt School. Head of Christ, panel — gf x 7-J (Earwicker), £11 11s. 

71 Backer, A., Lady in yellow robe, pearl ornaments— ^29 x 24^ (White), £33 12s. 

72 Poiirbus, P., Gentleman and his wife in dark dresses, scriptural subjects in the 

background, panel — 37^ x 60 (Jourdan), £152 5s. 

73 Camphuysen, G., Farm buildings with figures, goats and pigs, panel — 22 x 32 

(Leger), £6 i6s. 6d. 

74 Codde, P., Midas deciding the contest between Pan and .'\pollo, panel — 

2i| X 34 (Ellis), £14 r4S. 

75 Terburg, G., The music lesson : A lady playing a guitar while her teacher 

beats time — 29 x 22 J (Kendal),. £304 ros. 

76 Pannini, Roman ruins with soldiers and other figures — 39 x 53 (Schroeder), 

£31 I OS. 

77 Teniers, D., Interior of a cabaret : Tliree men around an upturned tub, in 

the background peasants before a fireplace, panel — 18J x 24J (Schnell), 
£252. 

78 Early English School. Child in white dress with green sash — 29} x 24^ 

(Leger), £10 los. 

79 Tioost, C, Two gentlemen and three ladies in the gardens of a chateau — 

24J x 29* (Carlyle), £68 5s. 

80 Kneller, Two young girls in brown and blue dresses ■with a dog — 50 :< 40 

(BeU), £7 7s. 
Si Lanen, C. J. van der. Cavaliers and ladies round a table in a landscai:>e ; 
and Cavaliers and ladies outside a mansion, a pair, panel — 18^ x 24* 
(Walford), £44 2S. 

82 Lanen, C. J. van der. Interior with cavaliers and ladies playing back- 

gammon ; and Interior with muscial party, a pair, panel — 18J x 24.^ 
(Walford), £42. 

83 Lanen, C. J. van der. Interior with figures at a repast ; and The back- 

gammon players, a pair, panel — i8i x 24-J (Walford), £29 8s. 
S4 Rubens, Samson taken by the Philistines — 38 x 43^- (Hill), £18 i8s. 

85 Ostade, I. Van, Interior of a cottage with peasant, wife and two children, 

panel — iC'h x 22 (Kendal), £63. 

86 Wyck, Th., Interior of a Idtchen with peasant woman, panel — 14 X loi 

(Buck), £37 i6s. 

87 Dutch School. River scene with men-of-war, a farm on the right, panel — 

27 X 4oi (Schroeder), £21. 

88 Camphuysen, C, Interior with cattle, peasant woman and dairy utensils 

panel — 18J x 25 (Douwes), £31 los. 

89 Dutch School. Head of a lady with white ruff and head-dress, panel — 

14?- X 111 (Peabody), £7 7s. 

90 Gainsborough, Ralph Schomberg, Esq., M.D., in a landscape — 15 x 10 (Titus), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

91 Brekelenkam, Q., The cobbler's shop, panel — 19J X 25J (Parker), £56 14s. 

92 Ciiyp, B., The Angel appearing to the shepherds, panel — 20 x i8i (Harries), 

£5 5S. 
93T Dutch School, Interior of a tavern with peasant and peasant woman con- 
versing — 23J X 19 (Jcnkinson), £2 r2S. 6d. 



Christie's.] November 21, 1913. 13 

94 Ostade, A. Van, Interior of a tavern with three boors conversing, a peasant 

and peasant woman near, and three figures before a fire ; signed, and 
dated 1640, panel — 16J x zij (Nicholson), £357. 

95 Lingclbach, J., Halt of a hunting party — 2z x 27 (Douwes), £g gs. 

96 Dyck, Van, Frances Bridges, daughter of Lord Chandos, and second wife of 

Thomas Cecil, Earl of Exeter, in red dress with pearl ornaments — i6Jx 14 
(Kendal), £33 12s. 

97 Early British School. Gentleman in blue coat. yeUow vest and buff breeches, 

seated, holding a book— 55i- x 42^ (Co-x), £27 6s. 

98 Hulst, F. de, Landscape with farm buildings, boats and figures — 19 x 2S 

(J. Roe), £6 6s. 

99 Ostade, Interior with boors conversing, panel — 14 x 20 (J. Roe), £5 15s. 6d. 
100 Early English School. Charles Wearg Clark, Esq., in blue coat with white 

stock— 29it X 24J (Willes), £8 8s. 

loi Ostade, I. Van, Interior of a bam with peasants and the carcase of a pig, 
panel — 20 x 25^ (Nicholson), £42. 

102 Vigee-le-Brun, after, The artist seated before an easel — 39 x 32 (Smith) 

£4 4S- 

103 Dutch School. Lady in red and yellow dress seated on a terrace ; and 

Lady in green dress seated by a table, a pair, panel — 36 x 27 (Cox), 
£13 13s- 

104 Zofifany, A sculptor in green coat resting his right hand upon the sculptured 

head of an old man — -29^ x 24J- (Clark), £12 12s. 

105 Heda, A ham and objects of still life on a table — 23^ x 21 (Knoedler), 

£9 9S. 

106 Venne, A. Van der, A brawl, panel — 16 x 21 (White), £6 i6s. 6d. 

107 Brauwer, Man holding a dish— 29J x 24I (Laurence), £15 15s. 
loS Sorgh, Three boors conversing, panel — 6 x 6 (Titus), £8 8s. 
109 Mulato, El, The Nativity — 65 x 55 (Collings), £4 4s. 

no Giorgione Christ bearing the Cross with Simon the Cyrenean — 52 J^ x 37 
(Francis), £6 i6s. 6d. 

111 Bega, C. P., Interior with peasant and peasant woman playing cards, panel — 

10 X 9 (Justice), £2 2S. 

112 Bol, F., The Descent from the Cross — 41 x 34 (Schroeder), £27 6s. 

113 Bonnar, W., Scene from " Scotland's Dearth,"' or "The History of Will and 

Jean " ; The travelling pedlar ; and A gipsy mother and child, panel 
(Justice), £4 4S. 

114 Bout and Bodewyns, Town on a river with figures; and A conflagration 

(Douwes), £4 4$. 

115 Breughel, A kennesse with figures merry-making, panel — 29 x 42 (Leger), 

£73 los. 

116 Dolci, Carlo, Ecce Homo ; and Classical landscape (Smith), £3 13s. 6d. 

117 Houbraken, A., A hermit at his devotions — 20 x 19 (Justice), £1 los. 

118 Horemans, J. J., Rent-day — 18 x 24 (Schroeder), £4 14s. 6d. 

irg Jamieson, G., The artist in brown dress seated in his study holding a print — 
16 x 12J (Fittes), £4 4s. 

120 Kalraat, B. Van, A general with his staff directing a battle — laj X 15 

(Collings), £5 5s. 

121 Mieris, A doctor conversing with a woman at a window, below a bas-relief 

of infant Bacchanals, panel — 10 x 8 (Reid), £3 133. 6d. 

122 Milanese School. Head of Christ, panel — 16 x 13J (Borenius), £5 15s. 6d. 



14 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

123 Neveu, M., Saint Anthony ; and Saint Peter, a pair, panel— 10 x 7J (Smith), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

124 Palamedes, A., Interior of a guard-room with of&cer receiving a despatch ; 

and the companion with soldier cleaning his rifle, a pair, panel — 9 x 12 
(Clark), £15 15s. 

125 j Rembrandt, Gentleman in dark cloak trimmed with fur and fastened with a 

jewelled clasp, his white vest showing at the neck, wearing a white turban 
enriched with jewels and feather, pearl ear-ring, panel — 26 x 21 (Wells), 
£378. 

126 Snyders, F., Larder scene ^vith cookmaid, boy and objects of stiU life, in 

the background the supper at Emmaus — 41 x 60 (Schroeder), £12 12s. 

127 Terburg, G., Milking-time : Interior of a shed with peasant woman milking 

a brown and white cow — 22 x 23 (Lippmann), £966. 

128 ^'elde, W. Van de. Naval engagement, black and white — 37 x 55 (Lippmann), 

£78 15s. 

The Property of Sir Henry Stafford Jerningham, Bart., 
Costessey Park, Norwich. 

PORTRAITS. 
Pastel. 

129 Lady PrisciUa Bertie, Baroness Willoughby, when a child, holding a bird — 

29 x 23 (Cox), £44 2S. 

In Oils. 

130 Richard Fitzalan, Earl of Arundel, in dark dress trimmed with ermine, wearing 

the Ordf of the Garter, oval — 29J- x 24J (Smart), £21. 

131 Boy in grey coat and blue surcoat holding a canary — 29 x 24 (Smith), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

132 Lady in dark dress her hands clasped before her— 29 x 24 (Smith), £5 15s. 6d. 

133 Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, wearing an Order, panel ; and Thomas, Earl of 

Arundel, wearing the Order of the Garter (Dowdeswell), £16 i6s. 

134 Lady in dark dress trimmed with fur- — 28J x 24 (Smith), £4 14s. 6d. 

135 Lady Jerningham, wife of Sir George Jemiagham, Bart., in white dress, with 

her two children — 43* x 33 (White), £18 i8s. 

136 Dobson, Charles II in brown dress with crimson cloak wearing the Order of 

the Garter, his crown on a pedestal by his side — 49! x 39J (Leggatt), 
£16 i6s. 

137 Girouard, Catherine, Chevalier Charles Jerningham in scarlet tunic and 

breastplate wearing the Order of the Saint Esprit ; signed, and dated 
1755 — 27 x 2ri (Weekes), £10 10s. 

138 Hogarth, Simon, Lord Lovat, in brown dress, oval, unframed ; and Head 

of a girl with white lace collar (Merton), £5 5s. 

139 Kneller School. Lady in blue dress with crimson cloak — 50! x 41 (Leger), 

£11 IIS. 

-140 Lawrence School. Lady holding a crayon ; and Lady in black dress holding 
a rose, a pair — 35^- X 27 (Martin), £10 los. 

141 Opie, J., R..^., Lady Jerningham holding a book — 29 x 24J (Weekes), 

£26 5s. 

142 Phillips, T., R.A., Elizabeth, Lady Stafford, in white muslin dress wearing a 

turban — 35 x 27 (Leger), £23 2S. 

143 Spanish School. Equestrian portrait of a general in armour holding a baton 

— 54i X 45i (Martin), £29 8s. 



Christie's.] November 21, 1913. 15 



PICTURES. 

144 Betrothal of Charles I and Henrietta Maria, with inscription and date 1625 — 

24i X 19 (Cox), £28 7s. 

145 Views at Painswick, Gloucestershire, a pair — 36 x 57 (Martin), £50 8s. 

146 Bosch, B. van den. Interior of a studio ; and Boors conversing before aa 

inn, after D. Teniers, panel (Cubitt), £7 7s. 

147 Canaletto School. San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice, with gondolas ; signed 

C. T. — 34 X 47 (Cubitt), £11 OS. 6d. 

148 Canaletto School. Views on the Grand Canal, Venice, a pair — 24J x S7i 

(Jemingham), £6 6s. 

149 Crome, J., Landscape with two trees ; and Two horses in a landscape, panel 

(Paterson), £6 i6s. 6d. 

150 Fragonard, J. H., A storm : Landscape with lady and child on a road— 

24-}- x 32 (Knoedler), £22 is. 

151 Fragonard, J. H., A storm : Landscape with peasants and cattle on a road, 

panel — 23^ x 31J (Schroeder), £16 i6s. 

152 Lely, Sir P., Girl in blue and white dress reclining in a garden playing Nvith 

a spaniel, oval — 38 x 56 (Harries), £7 7s. 

153 Neefs, P., Interior of a church with figures, by F. Francks, panel — iSJ x 26 

(Cubitt), £22 IS. 

154 Ommerganck, B. P., 1791, Peasants driving cattle, sheep and goats, panel — 

14J X 18J (Paris), £3 13s. 6d. 

155 Paye, R. M., Children playing in a courtyard — 271- x 35I (Pollard), £27 6s. 

156 Teniers, Farmyard with peasant woman and dairy utensils, panel — 19 x 24I 

(Kendal), £23 2s. 

157 VVouters, H. de, 1791, Cottage children ; and The blind beggar, a pair, panel 

—17 X i2f (Cubitt), £6 6s. 

158 Wyck, T., Louis XIV and his retinue on a woody road — 49 x 79 (Jemingham), 

£29 8s. 



November 21, J913. Puttick's. 

Engraving-, comprisin:, Fancy Subjects of the Early- 
English and French Schools, etc. 

44 Reflection, after H. Ramberg, coloured (Brail), £2 2S. 

45 Al Meida, in colours (Brail), £2 2s. 

46 St. James' beauty, after Benwell, proof (Carr), 19s. 

123 Two sisters, in colours ( ) £5 5s. 

124 Birth of Shakespeare, by Bartolozzi, after Kauffman, oval, in red 

(Nichols), £6 6s. 

125 Martin Luther, by Sluyter, in colours (De Bruyn), £1. 

126 Diirer, A., The Nativity (Maggs), £7 7s. 

128 Lord Henry and Lady Charlotte Spencer, by John Jones, after Sir Joshua 

Reynolds, in colours (Maggs), £66 3s. 

129 George III, after Beechey, in colours (Parker), £1 17s. 6d. 

132 Angelica Kauflman, bv Bartolozzi, after Reynolds, oval, in red (Carlson), 

£2 2S. 

133 Mrs. Siddons as the " Tiagic Muse," by F. Haward, after Sir Joshua Reynolds 

open letter proof iWilliams), £5 15s. 



i6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

134 Portrait of Flamingo, by \V. Pether, after Le Brun, mezzotint (Rylatt), 

£4 7s. 6d. 

135 Duke and Duchess of Rutland, by Atldnson and S. Cousins, after Grant and 

Saunders, mezzotints, a pair (Drummond), £4 los. 

136 Chaloner and Ciiarlotte Arabella Ogle, by G. CHnt, after B. Bumell, mezzotint 

(BraU), £2 17s. 6d. 

137 The shepherd, by Grozer, after Reynolds, mezzotint, proof (Brail), £2 17s. 6d. 

138 Horatio, Lord Viscount Nelson, by E. BeU, after Sir W. Beechey, mezzotmt 

(Lawrence). £4 5s. 

139 Napoleon Bonaparte, by C. Turner, after C. L. Eastlake, mezzotint (Morris), 

£32 IIS. 

140 Mrs Jordan in the character of " Hypolita," by J. Jones, after J. Hoppner, 

mezzotint (Sotheran), £15 15s. 

141 George Washington, by W. Nutter, after C. G. Stuart, in colours (Morris), 

£21- 

144 Elizabeth, Marchioness of Stafiord, by C. Turner, after Phillips, mezzotint, 

in colours (Yeulett), £4 7s. 6d. 

145 Thoughts of matrimony, by W. Ward, after J. R. Smith, oval, in brown 

(Yeulett), £3 3s. 

146 Mrs. West and child, by V. Green, after B. West, mezzotint, proof (Parker), 

£2. 

147 Shepherdess of the Alps, by T. Burke, after A. SheUey, oval, in colours, with 

full margin (Rylatt), £10 los. 

148 The boy with cabbage nets, by C. Hardy, after Sir Joshua Rejmolds, mezzotint, 

in colours (BraU;, £3 los. 

157 Vue interieure d'une Ferme, by Mattet, after J. B. Huet, aquatint, in colours 

(V'emet), £10 los. 

After George Morland. 

158 Sunset : A view in Leicestershire, by Jas. Ward, mezzotint (Maggs), £35 14s. 

159 Stable amusement, by W. Ward, mezzotint (Ma5Tie), £6 6s. 

160 The public-house door, by W. Ward, mezzotint (Sotheran), £9 19s. 5d. 

161 Sportsman's return, by W. Ward, mezzotint (Yeulett), £30 9s. 

162 Interior of a stable with figures, mezzotint, proof before all letters (Yeulett), 

£19 8s. 6d. 

163 The fair seducer, by E. J. Dumee, oval in brown ( ), £9. 

164 A wile, by J. R. Smith, in brown (Yeulett), £6. 

166 Disobedience in danger, by W. Barnard, after James Ward, mezzotint, in 

colours (Playseer), £57 15s. 

167 Admiral Hawke ; George HI ; and WilUam Pitt, pictures on glass, in colours 

(Hyam), £4 4s. 

168 Major-General James Wolfe, by R. Houston, picture on glass, in colours 

(Maggs), £2 15s. 

169 Ho Nee Yeath Taw No Row ; and Flow Oh Koam, by J. Simon, after Verelst, 

pictures on glass, in colours, a pair (Brail), £2. 
188 Post Office, Sackville Street, Dublin, large aquatint, in colours (BraU), £4 los. 

194 The Bank Volunteers, by and after Tomkins, in colours (Stevens), £2 5s. 

195 Hunt the sUpper, and companion, by Bartolozzi, ovals, a pair (BraU), £3 15s. 

196 Boyhood's reverie (Master Lainbton), by Samuel Cousins, after Lawrence, 

mezzotint (Millbank), £2 5s. 
202 The fight between Heenan and Sayers, by Walton, lithograph, in colours, 

and key (Rimell), £5. 
205 Punchestowii races, by E. G. Hester, after Sturgess, aquatints, in colours 

(Dell), £4 15s. 



Puttick's.] November 21, 1913. 17 

206 Sailor boy's return, and companion, after Bigg, in colours (Dell), £3 15s. 

ao7 Fox chase, after F. C. Turner, aquatints, in colours (DeU), £5 15s. 

209 Death of General Montgomery, by Cheesman ; and Battle of Bunker's HUl, 

by Muller, after Trumbull, a pair (Goodstein), £5 5s. 
232 Napoleon, by Fry and Sutherland, after Heath, aquatint, in colours (Wilkinson), 

£5 5s. 

After W. Dendy Sadler. 

251 The landlord, by C. H. Boucher, signed remarque artist's proof, on vellum 

(Lefevre), £1 15s. 

252 Spinster, by C. O. Murray, signed remarque artist's proof, on vellum (Lefevre), 

£1 15s. 

253 Returning thanks, by the same, signed remarque artist's proof, on vellum 

(Lefevre), £1 17s. 6d. 

254 The butler, by C. H. Boucher, signed remarque artist's proof, on vellum 

(Lefevre), £i 12s. 6d. 
^55 His wedding mom, by W. Boucher, signed remarque artist's proof, on veUum 

(Lefevre), £2 los. 
-S6 Wine committee, by A. J. Turrell, signed remarque artist's proof, on veUum 

(Tibb), £3 los. 

257 The bagman's toast, by W. Boucher, signed remarque artist's proof, on vellum 

(Elliott), £4 5s. 

258 Christmas-time, by James Dobie, signed remarque artist's proof, on vellum 

(Lefevre), £2 17s. 5d. 

259 When the heart was young, by the same, signed remarque artist's proof, on 

vellum (Lefevre), £2 12s. 6d. 
360 Day in the countr>', by the same, signed remarque artist's proof, on veUum 
(Slade), £3 5s. 

261 The right of way, by the same, signed remarque artist's proof, on vellum 

(Elliott), £2 IDS. 

262 The honeymoon, by the same, signed remarque artist's proof, on vellum 

(EUiott), £2 los. 

263 The Old Hundredth, by W. Boucher, signed remarque artist's proof, on 

vellum (Lefevre), £2 15s. 

264 Countrj- clients, by James Dobie, signed remarque artist's proof, on vellum 

(Elhott), £2 i2s. 6d. 

265 The time-honoured guest, by the same, signed remarque artist's proof, on 

vellum (Elliott), £2 7s. 6d. 

266 Last of the bin, by the same, signed remarque artist's proof, on vellum (Elliott), 

£2 17s. 6d. 

267 Lady Peel, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thomas Lawrence, mezzotint (Parker), 

£6 6s. 

268 A breezy day, by Th. Chauvel, after B. W. Leader, signed artist's proof, on 

vellum (Parker), £1 15s. 

269 The same (Parker), £1 15s. 

270 Mountciin stream, by J. B. Pratt, after Rosa Bonheur, mezzotint, signed 

artist's proof (Parker), £3. 

271 The staS at AusterUtz, by C. Coppier, after Meissonier, signed remarque 

proof (PeSers), £2 2s. 

272 Haig, A.\el H., Floating market, Stockholm, signed proof (Peffers), £1 12s. 6d. 
279 1814, by E. T'ly, after Meissonier, signed remarque proof, on vellum (Graves), 

£10 los. 



i8 •■> ART PRICES CURRENT. 



November 27 and 28, 1913. Christie's. 

Modern Pictures and Water-colour Drawings, the Pro- 
perty of the late C. T. Harris, Esq., 109, Denmark Hill, 
S.E. ; Modern Pictures and Drawings, the Property of the 
late J. M. Lawrence, Esq., 37, Belsize Avenue, N.W. ; and 
Works of Art by the late William Stott, of Oldham, the 
Property of M. D. Stott, Esq., 13, Ranelagh Avenue, 
Hurlingham, S.W. 



Property of the late C. T. Harris, Esq., 109, Denmark 
Hill, S.E. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Aumonier, J., Haymaking — 19J x 29J (Sampson), £16 i6s. 

2 Bonheur, Rosa, Otter hounds — loj x 14J (Sampson), £9 9s. 

3 Clausen, G., R.A., The rickyard : Evening — loj x 12 (A. H. Smith), £15 15s. 

4 Clausen, G., R.A., Winding river — gi x 12 (Johnson), £4 4s. 

5 Clausen, G., R.A., Shady road — 9 x iij (Colnaghi & Obach), £12 12s. 

6 Clausen, G., R.A., Landscape study — 8 x 8f (Cooling), £5 5s. 

7 Clausen, G., R.A., The village : Evening ; and The farm (Jackson), £6 6s. 

8 Collier, T., 1882, Snowdon from Dolwydellan — 9J x 14 (Permain), £30 gs. 

9 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1886, Three cows in a pasture — gi x 12J (CassoU), £21. 
ID Duncan, E., 1837, Views off the coast, a pair — gj x 13^ (Ezra), £13 2s. 6d. 

11 Cox, D., Near Harlech Castle — 7J x loj (King), £2g 8s. 

12 Fulleylove, J., Hampton Court Palace from the Long Water ; and Place de 

la Concorde, Paris, a pair — gf x 14J (Agnew), £ig igs. 

13 Goodwin, Albert, 1898, Christchurch — 11 x 15 (Bowden), £16 i6s. 

14 Goodwin, Albert, 1898, Hastings — loj x 15 (Dinwiddy), £18 i8s. 

15 Goodwin, Albert, igoi, Vesuvius— 10 x 14J (Vicars), £23 2S. 

16 Goodwin, Albert, 1873, Near Venice : Sunrise — 10 x 14J (Dinwiddy), £24 3s. 

17 Goodwin, Albert, igo3, Salisbury — 9I x 14J (Dinwiddy), £18 18s. 

18 Goodwin, Albert, 1895, Westminster from the river — gj x 14 (Leggatt), 

£11 IIS. 

19 Goodwin, Albert, 1890, Maidstone in i860 — 7J x i3i (King), £10 los. 

20 Goodwin, Albert, 1909, Oberhofen, Lake Thun — loj x 14J (Vicars), £21. 

21 Goodwin, Albert, Niagara's Rapids : Over the Horse-shoe Fall — gj x 14 

(Jackson), £4 4s. 

22 Goodwin, Albert, Unveiling of the Rigi^ — gj x 13J (Vicars), £21. 

23 Goodwin, Albert, 1876, Lynton, North Devon — 8J x iij (Rutley), £12 12s. 

24 Goodwin, Albert, 1893. St. Mary Redcliff, Bristol — g.} x 12J (Bowden), 

£11 IIS. 

25 Goodwin, Albert, 1890, Sheep on the Downs — 10 x 14J (Bowden), £13 13s. 

26 Goodwin, Albert, Wells ; and Thun, 1888 (Jackson), £12 12s. 

27 Goodwin, Albert, Dorchester ; and The coast road (Jackson), £6 i5s. 6d. 

28 Gow, A. C, R.A., On the shore — loj x 14 (Sampson), £11 lis. 

29 Gregory, E. J., R.A., The lifeboat — 8J x 12 (Sampson), £8 8s. 

30 Gregory. E. J., R.A., Battle of Hastings — 13J x 9 (Sampson), £22 is. 

31 Gregory, E. J., R.A., Back of the Poggio Imperiale, Florence — gf x 14 

(Sampson), £13 13s. 



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32 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., 1895, A storm — 13 x 18} (Sampson), £22 is. 

33 Hopkins, Arthur. Saturday evening on the quay — 22 x 29 (Bowden), £13 13s, 

34 Hunt, A. W., 1872, Durham — 9} x 14J (Sampson), £31 los. 

35 Hunt, A. W., Sunlight through rain — 14J x 2ii (Sampson), £15 15s. 

36 LinneU, J., sen.. Return of the flock — 5 x 7J (Bowden), £11 iis. 

37 Linnell, J., sen., 1861, River scene with castle and boats — 5^ x 8 (King), 

£17 17s. 

38 Linnell, J., sen., River scene with cattle — 5J x 8J (Bowden), £2 2s. 

39 Marks, H. S., R.A., i865, Orpheus charming the brutes — 6 x 28 (Sampson), 

£22 IS. 

40 Marks, H. S., R.A., Cranes ; and Storks — 9 x ej (Jackson), £4 4s. 

41 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1895, A Norfolk ferry — 8J- x i5 (Sampson), £22 is. 

42 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., i8g6. Cider-making in Somersetshire — 9} x 15 

(Sampson), £13 13s. 

43 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1896, Gipsies tickling trout — 9J x 15 (King), £13 13s. 

44 MacVVhirter, J., R.A., In the Yosemite Valley — 14 x 20 (Dinwiddy), £5 5s. 

45 Orrock, J., 1887, New Abbey ; and Glen Caple, Dumfriesshire, a pair — 

9 X i2j (Tooth), £11 IIS. 

46 Palmer, Sutton, 1892, Richmond Bridge — 12 x zoi (Bowden), £11 iis. 

47 Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 1855, Early in the woods — gj x 7 (Sampson) 

£2 2S. 

48 Roberts, D., R.A., 1833, Seville Cathedral ; and Up river, by E. J. Gregory, 

R.A. (Merson), £4 4s. 

49 Smythe, L. P., A.R.A., Spring-time — -22^ x 17 (Bowden), £17 17s. 

50 Smythe, L. P., A.R.A., 1912, The shrimper — 13J x gj (Fry), £32 iis. 

51 Smythe, L. P., A.R.A., 1885, Summer-time — 13 x gj (Cooling), £3 13s. 6d. 

52 Stanton, Hughes, 1907, The winding river — 13 x 20 (Bowden), £18 i8s. 

53 Stott, Edward, A.R.A., The willow stream, pastel — 9 x 15 (Johnson), £12 12s. 

54 Swan, J. M., R.A., 1895, A tiger resting — 9I x 12J (Brown & Phillips), 

£22 IS. 

55 Thome-Waite, R., 1883, Coast scene, Beere — 9 x 12J (Cassell), £7 17s. 6d. 

56 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Whitehaven — 8J x 14 (Wickham), £105. 

57 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., The old bridge — 6^ x 10 (King), £15 15s. 

58 Wyllie, \V. L., R.A., Valley of the Rhone— 9 x 17^ (Merton), £6 6s. 

59 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1873, The river at low tide — 6 x gi (Barron), £3 13s. 6d. 

60 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Pegwell Bay ; and Near Dover (Plaistow), £1 iis. 5d. 

PICTURES. 

61 Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R.A., 1873, The Siesta ; an artist's proof engraving by 

L. Lowcnstein was sold with the picture, panel — 6^ x 18J (Sampson), 
£110 5s. 

62 Bacon, J. H. F., A.R.A., i8gi, Forgiven — 34I x 49J (Jackson), £6 6s. 

63 Bles, H. Met de, The Virgin and Child reposing under a tree ; Saint Joseph 

seen in the background, panel — 8 x 6J (CoUings), £12 12s. 

64 Brett, J., A. R.A, 1896, A friend in need — 23! x 47^ (Sampson), £13 13s. 

65 Brett, J., A.R.A., 1897, Squally day off Swanagc— 14J X 29^ (Vicars), 

£14 14s. 

66 Brown, Amesby, A.R.A., The last load — 24^ x 30.V (Gooden & Fox), £32 iis. 

67 Canaletto, A., The artist in green coat wth scarlet cloak — panel — 13 x loi 

(Cox), £21. 

68 Canaletto, The Grand Canal with gondolas and figures — 20J x 31 (Dyer), 

£15 15s. 

69 Charles, J., Summer-time — 20 x 28 (Jackson), £29 8s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



70 Clausen, G., R.A., 1907, Building the rick — 41J x 51J (Sampson), £99 15s. 

71 Clausen, G., R.A., 1900, The dark barn — 29J x 24I (Marsh), £42. 

72 Clausen, G., R.A., 1903, Dusk — 24 x 28J (Amor), £46 4s. 

73 Clausen, G., R.A., A rickyard on a sunny day — 23J x 19J- (Cooling), 

£44 2S. 

74 Clausen, G., R.A., 1885, The young shepherdess — 25 x 17^ (Wallis), £58 i6s. 

75 Clausen, G., R.A., 1897, Autumn morning : Ploughing— 19 x 23i (Wallis),, 

£105. 

76 Clausen, G., R.A., 191 1, Tranquil sunset : September — 19J x 23 J (Wallis) 

£44 2S. 

77 Clausen, G., R.A., Dawn — 17J x 13J (Johnson), £31 los. 

78 Collier, Hon. John, 1901, The witch — 23J x 17J (Amor), £4 4s. 

79 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1864, Port of Venice, with the Trabaccoli or wide vessels 

of the Adriatic — 17 x 29 (Campbell), £33 12s. 

80 Cooke, E. W., R.A., i856. Sunset, panel — 6f x 10 (Merton), £11 iis. 
Si Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1870. Sheep resting — 8^ x 12^ (Cooling), £26 5s. 

82 Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 1882, " Now eventide approaches " — 254 x 47 

(Sampson), £126. 

83 Davis, H. W. B., 1889, Lost sheep — 23^ x 35^- (Cassell), £73 los. 

84 East, Sir Alfred, R.A., A glimpse of Ben Venue — 15J x 23 J (Sampson) .. 

£8 8s. 

85 Ellis, Edwin, Landing fish — 17J x 3ii (Cassell), £13 13s. 

86 Fisher, Mark, A.R.A., The river Vernon — 17 x 23 (Jackson), £65 2s. 

87 Glendening, A. A., 1866, Harvest-time — 19J- x 31J (Woodman), £5 5s. 

88 Goodall, F., R.A., The inner keep, panel — gl x 12 (Cooling), £5 5s. 

89 Hardy, F. D., 1889, The blind fiddler— 13J x 17 (Cassell), £17 17s. 

90 Hurt, Louis B., 1885, A Northern Loch — 23 x 39 (Cassell), £21. 

91 Joanowich, P., 1886, Servian war-dance — 37 x 51 (Giddy), £189. 

92 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1880, Near Capel Curig — -15^^ x 23J (Mullen), £44 2S. 

93 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., Temple of PhiliE — 6J x 11 (Merton), £5 5s. 

94 Linnell, J., sen., 1861-75, The flock, panel — 12 x 17 (Sampson), £16 i6s. 

95 Linnell, J., sen., 1835, Samuel Rogers the poet, panel — 16 x 13* (Jackson), 

£2 2S. 

96 LogsdaU, W., Sunday morning in the City — -27^ x 35 (Stuart), £11 lis. 

97 Logsdail, W., The Zattere from the Guidecca, Venice — 12J x 30I (Stuart), 

£13 13s. 

98 MacWhirter, J., R.A., Evening in the woods — 13J x iSJ (Sampson), £6 6s. 

99 Munger, Gilbert, Near Bougival, panel — io£ x 17J (Sampson), £5 15s. 6d. 
100 Morland, G., View of the Isle of Wight, with figures and dog — 9J x 18.V 

(Sampson), £6 6s. 
loi Morland, G., Smugglers — 9J x 12 (Vicars), £13 13s. 

102 Murray, David, R.A., 1890, " Sweet is evening's tranquil hour " — 47 x 71 

(Cassell), £31 los. 

103 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., 1871, Puzzled — 17 x 13J (Cassell), £31. 

104 Prastorious, C. J., Campo di Fiori, Rome — 16J x 12.V (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

105 Riviere, Briton, R.A., 1885, On guard — 13 x 14 (Lister), £21. 

106 Roberts, D., R.A., 1829, An Eastern Temple, panel — 15 J x iit (Dinwiddy), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

107 Rosa, Salvator Diogenes in search of an honest man ; a print by W. Sharp 

was sold with the picture — 42 x 32 (Ceilings), £6 6s. 

108 Ruysdael, Woody landscajje with angler, other figures and a dog, panel — 

15 X 12 (Collings), £2 I2S. 6d. 



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109 Robinson, F. Cayley, 1895, The enchanted castle — 43J X 20J (Brown and 

Phillips), £25 4S. 

110 Robinson, F. Cayley, 1896, The foundling — 24^ x 29J (Hornby), £37 i6s. 

111 Rubens, F., Washing-day, panel — igj x 40 (Justice), £1. 

112 Scott, S., The Strand with St. Mary's Church — 19^ x 31J (Campbell), 

£110 5s. 

113 Sailer, C, The trumpeter, panel — 10 x 6J (Sampson), £24 3s. 

114 Smythe, L. P., A.R.A., 1879, Regent Street — 23 x 15J (Whitehead), £1. 

115 Smythe, L. P., A.R.A., 1913, Young gleaners — loj^ x 14J (Bowden), £21. 

116 Smythe, L. P., A.R.A., Fancy free ; and Water-colour sketch of same — 9 x 13 

(Cooling), £10 los. 

117 Solomon, Simeon, 1867, Mary — 16J x 14J (Brown & Phillips), £10 los. 

118 Stevenson, R. Macaulay, The old mill — igi x 23J (McGregor), £14 14s. 

119 Stott, Edward, A.R.A., Folding time — 21 x 33 (Johnson), £105. 

120 Stott, Edward, A.R.A., The gleaners — 34 x 23 (Marsh), £147. 

121 Stott, Edward, A.R.A., Peaceful evening — 23 x 30 (Jackson), £68 5s. 

122 Stott, Edward, A.R.A, Returning home — 24 x 29J (Cooling), £47 5s. 

123 Stott, Edward, A.R.A, " Trees, old and young, sprouting. A shady boon for 

simple sheep " — Keats — 22 x 29J (Sampson), £136 los. 

124 Stott, Edward, A.R.A., Moonlight idyll — 19J x 27J (Sampson), £57 15s. 

125 Stott, Edward, A.R.A., The black horse and the plough-boy — 21 X 16^ 

(Jackson), £73 los. 

126 Taylor, L. Campbell, Tea-time — 23J x 18J (Huggins), £12 12s. 

127 Teed, H. S., Under Southwark Bridge ; and Leaving home, by F. Cayley 

Robinson (Jackson), £4 4s. 

128 Teniers, D., The Virgin and Saint Louis adoring the Infant Saviour, after 

Titian, panel — 6^ x 9 (Norton), £3 3s. 

129 Teniers, D., The infancy of Jupiter, after Schiavone, panel — 9 x 6J (Norton), 

£6 6s. 

130 Teniers, D., Saint Peter in repentance, after Guido Reni, in an octagonal 

painted frame, panel — 6J x 4J (Spokes), £5 5s. 

131 Thomson, Leslie, Axmouth — 13^ x 27 (Thompson), £16 i6s. 

132 Tomson, A., After rain — 17J x 35 (Mitchell), £1 is. 

133 Turner, W., View of London Bridge and the frozen Thames ; and Windsor ; 

and A castle on a hill, a pair, panel (Leggatt), £2. 

134 Vickers, A., Windsor Castle — 20J x 29J (Mitchell), £9 19s. 6d. 

135 Vickers, A., 1855, River scene with cattle and sheep — 20J x 29 (Leggatt), 

£24 3S. 

136 Vickers, A., Banks of the Ravensboume — gJ x 14 (Mitchell), £6 16s, 6d. 

137 Vickers, A., 1855, Evening near Southend — iij x 13^ (Fellowes), £13 13s. 

138 Vickers, A., 1863, Cottage with figures and animals on a road ; and Hilly 

road with cattle and sheep (Mitchell), £11 os. 6d. 

139 Walton, Frank, New Year's Eve— 43^^ x 57 (Huggins) £10 los. 

140 Walton, Frank, A hilly farm — i6i x 23J (Jackson), £6 i6s. 6d. 

141 Ward, J., R.A., 1808, Calves— ui x 18J (Permain), £8 8s. 

142 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., Near the Downs — 23J x 20 (Dinwiddy), £21. 

143 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., Valley by the Downs — iii x 23J (Cooling), 

£6 6s. 

144 Webb, J., 1875, Naples — 29J x 49^ (Sampson), £28 7s. 

145 Webster, T., R.A., The Christmas pudding, panel — 7\ x 14J (Mitchell), 

£29 8s. 

146 Wyllie, C. W., 1872, Valley scene with sportsmen ; and Lovers, by G. Morton 

(Dinwiddy), £2 2s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



147 WylUe, W. L., R.A., 1886, Workaday England— 36 x 49^ (Mitchell), 

£12 IS. 6d. 

148 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1870, London from the Monument — 28J x 47J (Sampson), 

£16 i6s. 

149 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1879, Land lost between sky and water : Lake of 

Geneva, mist clearing in early morning — 45 x 31 (Sampson), £3 3s. 

150 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Boulogne fishers — 17 x 35* (Sampson), £8 i8s. 6d. 

151 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1877, Whitstable— 17J x 31^ (Whitehead), £9 9s. 

152 WylUe, W. L., R.A., The watering-place — 14 x 29! (Schofield), £6 6s. 

153 Wyllie, W. L.. R.A., 1871, Somerset House— 9 x 13J (Cotes), £10 los. 

DRAWINGS. 

154 Breanski, Alfred de, 1876, Sketch of Thames Ditton — 18J x 29 (Clayton) 

£3 13s- 6d. 

155 Coleman, F., 1878, The Cardinal's page — 15J x 10 (Sampson), £3 3s. 

156 Crocket, H. E., Young April — 20 X 24 (Vicars), £14 3s. 6d. 

157 Danby, T., Kilgarran Castle — 9 x ig^ (Pawsey & Payne), £1. 

158 Duncan, E., Bass Rock, North Berwick; i886 ; and Lake scene, by T. Danby 

(Knight), £1. 

159 Fisher, A. E., The gardener's daughter ; and Reflections (Bremner), £3 13s. 6d. 

160 Fulleylove, J., A green alley- — 7J x 13 (Vicars), £1 5s. 

161 Hardy, T. B., 1875, Tide coming in, Katwyck — 13J x igi (Vicars), £7 7s. 

162 Hardy, T. B., Gorleston Pier — 7 x 14 (Cassell), £7 7s. 

163 Heyherdahl, H., No hope, pastel — 13J x 16 (Vicars), £1. 

164 Huysum, J. Van, 1734, Landscape with the Repose in Egypt — 11 x 15^ 

(Pawsey & Payne), £8 8s. 

165 King, Yeend, His favourite author — 16J x 12 (Cooling), £7. 

166 Langley, W., 1881, Study ; and The bow in the cloud, by W. Collingwood 

(Baron), £3. 

167 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., A daughter of Eve — 8 x 12 (Sampson), £12 12s. 

168 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1896, Sweethearts and wives — 7 x 11^ (Sampson), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

169 Moore-Parke, C, A spring on the estuary, pastel— 13J x 17 (Schofield), 

£1 IS. 

170 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., 1850-5, Irish peasants, three in two frames (Innes), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

171 Peppercorn, A. D., Isle of Sheppey ; and Waiting for the boats, by A. H. 

Marsh (Sampson), £10 los. 

172 Roberts, D., R.A., 1838, Tower of the Seven Vaults, Alhambra — 13J x 9J 

(Cooling), £2. 

173 Skill, F. J., Interior of a church at Genoa ; and Funeral in St. Mark's, Venice 

(Sampson), £3. 

174 Stratton, F., The village shop : Saturday night ; and The Angel appearing 

to the shepherds (Loveless), £3 13s. 6d. 

175 Tenkate, H., Dutch christening — 8J x 8 (Cassell), £8 8s. 

176 Thienon, L., 1836, View from Greenwich Park — 11 x 16J (Bowden), £3 3s. 

177 Wainewright, T. F., 1886, Lowland pastm-e : Sunset — 12 x I9J (Clayton), 

£11 IIS. 

178 Walcot, W., 1908, Interior of Santa Maria Maggiore — 18 x 17 (Doig), 

£3 3S- 

179 Walcot, W., Ludgate HUl — 12J x loj (Doig), £3 3s. 

180 Walton, Frank, All down the thundering shores of Bos and Bude — iij X I74 

(CasseU), £6 i6s. 6d. 



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181 Walton, Frank, Bude breakwater; and Carradale pier, Argyll (Pater), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

182 Ablett, W. A. F., 1900, Waiting — zgi x 24J (Schofield), £3 13s. 6d. 

183 Adams, H. W., 1903, Winter sunshine — 23J x 19^ (Byrne), £6 6s. 

184 Brett, J., A.R.A., The Cornish coast — 10 x 18} (Gooden & Fox), £8 8s. 

185 Brett, J., A.R.A., 1895, Lee, Cowes — g^ x iSJ (Jackson), £3 13s. 6d. 

186 Brett, J., A.R.A., 1896, Etr^tat ; and Grand Greve, Sark, a pair — 7 x 14 

(Jackson), £4 4s. 

187 Brett, J., A.R.A., Etrfetat looking west ; and Britannia Creek, Dartmouth 

(Gooden & Fox), £5 5s. 

188 Byles, W. Hounson, 1893, Moonrise before sunset in the New Forest — 39^ x 49J 

(Cooling), £8 8s. 

189 Ciapelli, G., Lights and shadows ; and A summer night, by A. Kynaston 

(Jackson), £i iis. 6d. 

190 Ciapelli, G., The quay ; and Aground (Byrne), £2 as. 

191 Ciardi, Emma, Salon Louis XVI ; and In Kashmir, by M. H. Webb (Rowes), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

192 Crome, J. B., River scene with boats and figures : Moonlight, unframcd, 

panel — 22 x 33 (Collings), £4 14s. 6d. 

193 Etty, W., R.A., Female reclining, panel, oval — 18J x 23J (Jackson), £3 3s. 

194 Frdre, Ed., 1871, At Ecouen — 12J x i5 (Gooden & Fox), £4 4s. 

195 Frere, Ed., 1859, View from the Church, Ecouen ; and View near Monaco, 

1 85 1 (Raphael), £2 12s. 6d. 

196 Friedenson, A., 1910, Blackberry-time — 23^^ x 35^ (Jackson), £18 i8s. 

197 Gabriel, P. J. C, Rainy day — iij x 18 (Neuhuys), £31 los. 

198 Glaize, Leon, The pet ; and The garden of roses, by J. C. Smith (Money), 

£2 2S. 

199 Hardy, J., and Webster, T., R.A., Interior with the father of Webster and 

a child — iij X gl (Justice), £2 2S. 

200 Holmes, H., 1902, Springtime — 17J x 234 (Raphael), £8 i8s. 6d. 

201 Hoist, L., 1892, The blue Mediterranean ; and Moonrise in the Channel, by 

W. A. Ingram (Jorck), £15 15s. 

202 Jongh, M. de, 1633, Meeting of David and Abigail ; Head of a gentleman 

with dark cloak ; and Nessus and Dejaneira, panel (Jackson), £5 5s. 

203 Kynaston, A., 1908, " Once on a golden afternoon — 15J x 15J (Vicars), 

£6 1 6s. 6d. 

204 Lee, F. R., R.A., and Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1853, Road through the farm — 

i7i X 23J (Sampson), £17 17s. 

205 Logsdail, W., The good monk — 23J- x 19J (Stuart), £21. 

206 Logsdail, W., 1898, Warwickshire farmhouse — iii x isJ (Jackson), £5 15s. 6d. 

207 Mura, F., Group of houses— <)J x 15 (Jackson), £7 7s. 

208 Niemann, E. J., Canterbury, panel — 6^- x ig-J (Rockley), £10 ids. 

209 Niemann, E. J., and PuUer, W., Shady road ; and By the old town, by G. 

CiapelU, drawing (Misell), £2 2S. 

210 Nightingale, L. G., 1878, Misty morning — 19J x 23! (Doig), £3 3s. 

2n Ommerganck, B. P., 1786, Shepherd with sheep, goats and donkey, panel — 
16 x i9i (Douwes), £14 14s. 

212 Peppercorn, A. D., Sheep on the road ; and Sussex lane, by H. Samuel 

Teed, 1905 (Jackson), £14 14s. 

213 Peppercorn, A. D., Grey evening; and Cattle watering, pair — 7 x i7i 

(Jackson), £17 17s. 

214 Pike, W. H., Curiosity; and Gambling for polenta, panel (Cooling), £6 6s. 



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215 Poole, P. F., R.A., Waiting at the gate — 16 x 23J (Stuart), £3 3s. 

216 Potter, Evening ; and a print of the same subject, panel — 15 x 20 (Schroeder) 

£18 i8s. 

217 Pynacker, A., The ford, panel — 11 x 15^ (Douwes), £6 6s. 

218 Robb, W. L., Summer — 22 X 32 (Jackson), £3 13s. 6d. 

219 Steenwyck, H., The release of Saint Peter, panel ; Return from hunting, on 

copper ; and Ecce Homo, by Francks, on copper (Schroeder), £11 iis. 

220 Webster, T., R.A., The letter, panel ; and Fighting his battles over again 

by G. B. O'Neill (CasseU), £16 i6s. 

221 Weiss, Jose, Pasture-land : Evening — 13^ x i8i (Sampson), £25 4s. 

222 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., The Thames at Westminster — 7J x 14! (Raphael), 

£3 5S. 

223 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Off the coast— -7J x 15^ (MitcheU), £3 15s. 

224 WyUie, W. L., R.A., Haymaking ; A wet afternoon ; and On the cliffs 

(Jackson), £4 14s. 6d. 

Property of the late J. M. Lawrence, Esq., 37, Belsize 
Avenue, N.W. 

DRAWINGS. 

225 Bach, Guido, 1884, Eastern mendicants — zii x 15J (Cooling), £3 3s. 

226 Baldock, J., 1885, Watering-place ; and Village scene, by E. Ingram Taylor 

(Grant), £1 i8s. 

227 Bonington, R. P., View in the Jura mountains with figures in a wood — 7f x 10 

(Nason), £29 8s. 

228 Bonington, R. P., View in Burgimdy with a peasant seated at a stream — 

6^ X 9^- (Nason), £21. 

229 Goodall, F., R.A., 1887, The bUnd faldr — 6f x 11 (Sampson), £4 14s. 6d. 

230 Green, Towneley, 1885-6, The doctor's visit — 23J x 35 (Sampson), £4 14s. 5d. 

231 Green, Towneley, 1887, Christmas-time ; and The cup of tea, a pair — 10 x 7 

(Sampson), £3 3s. 

232 Hayes, Ed., R.H.A., Swansea pilot-boat off the Mumbles lighthouse — 19J x 28J 

(Bowden), £18 i8s. 

233 Hayes, Ed., R.H.A., Fishing-boat leaving Gorleston Harbour — 11 x 14^ 

(Marten), £9 9s. 

234 Linton, Sir J. D., 1887, Contemplation — 23 x 15^ (Vicars), £6 i6s. 6d. 

235 Scott, J., 1885, " They threw off their soft white plumage and two lovely 

female forms appeared, as like each other as two dewdrops " — " The 
King s Daughter," Andersen's Fairy Tales — 26 x 47 (Lacey), £12 12s. 

236 Sherrin, J., Greengages and apples — loj x 14$ (Vicars), £10 los. 

PICTURES. 

237 Barraud, F., Strolling players — 35J x 66 (Mitchell), £10 los. 

238 Bonington, Beach scenes with stranded boats and figures, a pair, panel — 

61 X iii (WilUs), £18 i8s. 

239 Brett, J., A.R.A., 1883-4, Cape Brath ; and Plymouth, a pair — 6| x 14 

(Gooden & Fox), £10 los. 

240 Brett, J., A.R.A., 1882-4, View on the Cornish coast ; and Le Petit Port, 

Guernsey, a pair — 5i x 13J (Jackson), £9 19s. 6d. 

241 Collier, Bernard C, 1888, " Now was Bright Hero weary of the Day " — 

47 X 23 (Sampson), £3 13s. 6d. 

242 Fahey, E. H., 1882, Far from the hurly-burly — 71 x 56 (Christmas), £7 7s. 

243 Grace, J. E., 1886, Gathering firewood — 60 x 35 (Lorimer), £7 7s. 



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244 Green, Towneley, 1885, The apple-girl — 16J x 14J (Sampson), £3 3s. 

245 Hayes, Ed., R.H.A., Dutch [incks waiting the signal to beach : Scheveningen 

— 41 X 61 (Woodward), £21. 

246 Hayes, E., R.H.A., Entrance to St. Pierre Port, Guernsey — 40 x 54 (Wood- 

ward), £44 2S. 

247 Hayes, Ed., R.H. A., Boulogne fishing-boats off the harbour mouth — 13J x iij 

(Cassell), £7 7s. 

248 Hayes, Ed., R.H.A., Old pier at Fowey — 15J x 9 (H. Smith), £6 6s. 

249 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., 1885, View on the Cornish coast — 13J x 19 (Sampson) 

£4 4S. 

250 Kessler, A., 1886, The sea at dawn — 41 x 57 (Willis), £9 9s. 

251 Leighton, E. Blair, 1884, A sea dream, panel — 9^ x 7 (Stuart), £10 los. 

252 Mottram, R. E., 1885, Head of an Arab ; and On guard : A sketch in water 

colour, by Dudley Hardy, i886 (Raphael), £2 12s. 6d. 

253 Nicoi, J. Watson, 1887, Cause ; and Effect, a pair — 9J x 7j (Sampson) 

£23 2S. 

254 Normann, A., The Somije Fiord — 45 x 68 (Hawker), £58 5s. 

255 Scott, J., 188, Incident from " The Marsh King's Daughter " ; Andersen's 

Fairy Tales — 60 x 42 (Clayton), £6 6s. 

256 Scott, J., Summer — 34 x 20 (Sampson), £4 14s. 6d. 

257 Scott, J., 1887, A good Samaritan — 19J x 34 (Clayton), £7 17s. 6d. 

258 Scott, J., The raven — 16 x 30 (Clayton), £3 3s. 

259 Stevens, J. D., 1862, Reading the news, panel — 12 x 10 (Wise), £7 7s. 

260 Trood, W. H., 1886, The guardian angel — -30 x 20 (Sampson), £12 is. 6d. 

261 Trood, W. H., 1887, Shamming — 15^ x 21 (Mitchell), £14 3s. 6d. 

262 Weatherhead, W. H., 1884, Weary life — 47 x 36 (Pater), £5 15s. 6d. 

263 Webb, James, 1886-7, Near Littlehampton — 39 x 49 (Wyatt), £35 14s. 

264 Weguelin, J. R., 1882, Bacchus and the choir of nymphs — 48 x 107 (Lacey), 

£31 I OS. 

265 Weguelin, J. R., 1885, The swing feast — 49J x 32^ (Cassell), £42. 

266 Weguelin, J. R., 1886, Obsequies of an Egyptian cat — 32J x 49J (Schroeder) 

£11 IIS. 

267 Weguelin, J. R., 1887, Toilet of Faunus — 20 x 22 (Cassell), £29 8s. 

268 Weguelin, J. R., 1885, An Egyptian difficulty — 35J x 23^ (Clayton), £17 17s. 

269 Weguelin, J. R., 1885, Blossoms from a Roman garden — 29J x 19J (Leggatt), 

£26 5s. 

270 Weguelin, J. R., 1884, Down to the summer sea — 17^ x iij^ (Catt), £21. 

271 Weguelin. J. R., A libation — 19J x gi (Sampson), £13 13s. 

272 Whipple, J., In the woods ; and A cottage home, by E. Penstone (Justice), 

£i8s. 

Property of M. D. Stott, Esq., 13, Ranelagh Avenue, 
Hurlingham, S.W. 

WORKS BY THE L.ATE WILLIAM STOTT 
(of Oldham). 
In Pastel. 

273 Tristram's farewell — 24J x 18 (Jackson), £22 is. 

274 Wild cherry : A study — 17 x 20^ (Jackson), £10 los. 

275 Diana, twihght and dawn : A study — 17J x 2oJ- (Jackson), £16 i6s. 

276 Rhododendrons — i7j x 20J (Jackson), £10 los. 

277 The apple-tree — 17J x 20} (Jackson), £12 12s. 



26 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

278 October morning — 17^ x 20J (Johnson), £10 ids. 

279 Study of red roses— 20 x 17J (Jackson), £2 2S 

280 Nude boy standing, a study for a " Summer's Day " — 20J x 13 (Johnson) 

£22 IS. 

281 Souvenir of Hampstead — loj x 17 (Jackson), £6 6s. 

282 Boy kneeling, study for a "Summer's Day" — 9 x iif (Jackson), £4 4s. 

283 Old sycamore tree : A study — gj x 12J (Jackson), £4 4s. 

284 The white torrent — gj x 12J (Jackson), £6 6s. 

285 The old sycamore — g} x 12J (Jackson), £4 4s. ' 

286 A note at sea— gj x 12 J (Jackson), £4 4s. 

287 Breaking wave ; and A waterfall, a pair — 9 x 12 (Jackson), £6 6s. 

288 Kranklin's farm ; and Barrow farm, a pair — gj x 12J (Jackson), £7 7s. 
28g Apple blossoms, a pair — gj x lat (Jackson), £4 4s. 

290 Sea-guUs astern ; and Chalk cliffs, a pair — gj x 12J (Jackson), £6 6s. 

291 The ice river; and The snow-cioud, a pair — gj x 12J (Jackson), £4 4s. 

292 Freshlet — 12J x gi (Jackson), £2 2s. 

293 Autumn leaves ; and Marigolds (Jackson), £2 2s. 

294 At Grez ; and Early summer (Jackson), £6 6s. 

295 River in flood ; and First fall of snow (Jackson), £6 6s. 

296 Alpine torrent ; and Serpent Glacier (Jackson), £4 4s. 

In Oils. 

zgy The two sisters — 70 x 84 (Jackson), £3 3s. 

298 The birth of Venus, circular — 72 ins. diam. (Jackson), £3 3s. 

2gg Endymion, circular — 64 ins. diam. (Jackson), £3 3s. 

300 A kissing ring — 47^ x 84 (Jackson), £4 4s. 

301 A summer's day — 51 x 73 (Jackson), £21. 

302 Morning in the Alps — 58 J x 37 (Ramus), £3g i8s. 

303 Ophelia — 33J x 57 (Jackson), £5 5s. 

304 Diana, twilight, and dawn — 47 x 57 (Jackson), £5 5s. 

305 HoUyhocks — 47J x agj (Johnson), £21. 

306 The faerie wood — -40^ x 55^^ (Jackson), £3 3s. 

307 Awakening of the spirit of the rose — 37 x 55J (Jackson), £7 7s. 

308 Pearl clouds — 36 x 49 (Johnson), £29 8s. 

309 Rocks at Concameau — 25J x 39J (Jackson), £3 3s. 

310 Wild flowers — 31 x 18 (Jackson), £7 7s. 

311 Thicket — 23 x 35J (Jackson), £3 3s. 

312 The riverside — 15 x 3g (Jackson), £21. 

313 The Irish Channel : July, panel — 16 x 20^ (Jackson), £3 3s. 

314 Twihght : Concameau ; and Pebbly Pool, panel (Jackson), £3 3s. 

315 Sand pools ; and Sketch ; Early morning, panel (Jackson), £3 3s. 

316 Old orchard : and Emerald pools, panel (Jackson), £3 3s. 



Christie's.] December 3, 1913. 27 



December 3, 1913. Christie's. 

Engravings of the Early English and Eighteenth Century 
French Schools: the Properties of A. E. Russell, Esq., 73,, 
New Cavendish Street, W. ; the late H. Ferrier-Kerr, Esq., 
Palace Mansions, Buckingham Gate; the late J. H. 
Fitzhenry, Esq., 12, Thurloe Place, S.W. ; and of Sir 
Henry Stafford Jerningham, Bart., Costessey Park,. 
Norwich. 

Vnframed. 

1 Blind man's bufi, after G. Morland, by W. Ward ; and Children playing at 

soldiers, after the same, by G. Keating, in colours (Brail), £5 5s. 

2 Father's delight, after W. Derby, by H. Meyer, in colours (Maggs), £4 los. 

3 British plenty after H. Singleton, by Bartolozzi, in colours ; and Industrious- 

cottagers, after J. Ward, by W. Ward, in colours (Sabin), £21. 

4 The fortune-teller, after Reynolds, by J. K. Sherwin ; and Venus and cupids, 

after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Keen), £9 9s. 

5 The mail-coach in a rift of snow, after J. Pollard, by G. Reeves, in colours ; 

and Pigeon shooting, after H. Aiken, aquatinted by R. G. Reeve (Ellis 
and Smith), £17 6s. 6d. 

6 Portrait of " Driver," after Wolstenholme, by R. G. Reeve ; and The death 

and burial of Tom Moody, in colours (W. Sabin), £17 17s. 

7 The high-mettled racer, a set of four, in colours (Rimell), £12 12s. 

8 Shooting subjects (4), after Wolstenholme, in colours (W. Sabin), £29 8s. 

9 Partridge, pheasant, duck and grouse shooting, set of four, in colours (W.. 

Sabin), £42. 

10 Racing subjects, a set of four, in colours (W. Sabin), £54 12s. 

11 The stormy night ; and Morning after the storm, after Bigg, by W. Ward, 

a pair, in colours (Sabin), £60 i8s. 

12 A lady and children relieving a cottager ; and the companion print, after 

Bigg, by J. R. Smith, etched letter proofs (Maggs), £35 14s. 

13 Lady Cockbum and children, after Reynolds, by C. Wilkin (Woods), £6 6s. 

14 The Hon. Mrs. Stanhope, after Reynolds, by J. R. Smith (Pollard), £15 15s. 

15 The Walton family (The fruit-barrow), after H. Walton, by J. R. Smith 

(Pollard), £35 14s. 

16 Painting, after and by J. R. Smith ; and Lady Harriot Grosvenor, printed 

for Carrington Bowles (W. Sabin), £52 los. 

17 The broken pitcher, after Hoppner, by F. Jukes (Green), £11 iis. 

18 The Countess of Oxford, after Hoppner. by S. W. Reynolds, in colours 

(Barnard), £1 is. 

19 Lord Nelson, after L. F. Abbott, by R. Earlom, in colours (Ellis & Smith), 

£65 2S. 

. 20 Lady Smyth and childien, after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Bartolozzi, in colours- 
(Dean), £178 10s. 

Framed. 

21 The Hon. Miss Bingham, after Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Anderson), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
23 An English fireside, after Ansell, by P. W. Tomkius, in colours ; and another 

(Sabin), £37 i6s. 



28 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

24 Children feeding chickens, after J. Russell, R.A., by P. W. Tomkins, in bistre 

(Daniell), £7 17s. 6d. 

25 L'Escalade, or Les Adieux du Matin, after and by Debucourt, in colours 

(Dean), £189. 

26 " II est trop tard," after and by A. F. Sergent, with A.P.D.R., in colours 

(Pawsey & Payne), £57 15s. 

27 Le Couche de la Mariee, after P. A. Baudouin, by Moreau le jeune, with 

A.P.D.R. (Bihn), £35 14s. 

28 L'Enldvement Nocturne, after the same, by N. Ponce (Bihn), £17 17s. 

29 Ceres and Pomona, after Kauffman, by Bartolozzi, a pair, proofs in red* (Dean), 

£21. 

30 Flora and winter, after Kauffman, by Bartolozzi, proofs, in red ; and St. 

Giles's beauty, after Benwell, by the same (BraU), £12 12s. 

31 Emma and Henry, after Opie, by Bartolozzi ; and Hobbinol and Ganderetta, 

after Gainsborough, by Tomldns, in colours (BraU), £29 8s. 

32 Infancy, after W. P. J. Lodder, by Freschi, in colours (Baird Carter), £8 8s. 

33 A young lady encouraging a low comedian, after J. Northcote, by W. Ward, 

in old English red and gold lacquer frame (Parsons), £34 13s. 

34 The peasant's integrity, after W. R. Bigg, by W. Barnard, in colours (Dean), 

£37 16s. 

35 The fisherman and the farmer's boy, after and by J. Pierson, a pair, in 

colours (BraU), £14 14s. 

36 Admiral Lord Hood, after Reynolds, by J. Jones (Parsons), £6 6s. 

37 Mormng, or the benevolent sportsman ■ and Evening, or the sportsman's 

return, after G. Morland, by J. Grozer, a pair, in colours (Ellis & Smith), 
£420. 

38 Almeria, after J. Opie, R.A., by J. R. Smith, in colours (BraU), £6 i6s. 6d. 

39 Admiral Sir George Rodney, after Reynolds, by J. Watson, second plate, 

etched letter proof (A. Davis), £19 19s. 

40 Paul Pontius, after Van Dyck, by J. Watson, first state (F. Daniell), £19 19s. 

41 Lady Elizabeth Foster, after Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, in bistre (Parsons), 

£19 19s. 

42 Maria, after Russell, by P. W. Tomkins, etched-letter proof, in bistre (Groome), 

£5. 

43 Prince William Frederick, after J. W. Chandler, by E. Bell, in colours ; 

The sorrows of Lady Alice ; and companion, in colours (Pyke), £12 12s. 

44 George, Prince of Wales, after Gainsborough, by J. R. Smith, first state 

(Carter), £12 12s. 

45 The Right Hon. Admiral Lord Hood, after L. F. Abbott, by V. Green (W. 

Sabin), £15 15s. 

46 Samuel Johnson, after Reynolds, by James Watson (BraU), £2 2S. 

47 The Duchess of Leinster, after Reynolds, by W. Dickinson (Davis), £3 13s. 6d. 

48 The Synott chUdren, after Wright, of Derby, by J. R. Smith (Ramus), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

49 Mrs. Croker, after Lawrence, by S. Cousins, second state (Carter), £23 2S. 

50 . The Hon. Mrs. E. Bouverie, after Hoppner, by J. R. Smith, in colours (Dean), 

£52 lOS. 

51 Lady Elizabeth Compton, after Reynolds, by V. Green (Dean), £94 los. 

Property of A. E. Russell, Esq., 73, New Cavendish 
Street, W. 

52 Countess Spencer, after Sir J. Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, proof before the title 

(F. Daniell), £28 7s. 



Christie's.] December 3, 1913. 29 

53 Lady Beauchamp, after the same, by W. Nutter (Davis), ffi i6s. 6d. 

54 Lady Catherine Howard ; and Lady Gertrude Villiers, by and after C. Wilkin, 

in bistre (t. Daniell), £26 5s. 

55 Lady Langham, after Hoppner, by C. Wilkin, proof before letters, in bistre 

(Gudeman), £21. 

56 Lady Charlotte Duncombe ; and Viscountess St. Asaph, after and by the 

same, proofs before letters, in bistre (Davis), £44 2S. 

57 Mrs. Siddous, proof ; and Miss Farren, after DowTiman, by Tomkins and 

Collyer, in bistre (Parsons), £29 8s. 

58 Lady Elizabeth Foster, proof ; and The Duchess of Devonshire, after the 

same, by Bartolozzi, and C. Watson, in bistre (Parsons), £17 17s. 

59 Evelina (Miss Bumey), after Hoppner, by J. Baldrey, proof before letters 

(Davis), £6 i6s. 6d. 

60 Mrs. Jordan as ' The Romp," after Romney, by J. Ogbome, first state (F. 

Daniell), £15 15s. 

61 The sempstress (Lady Hamilton), after Romney, by T. Cheesman, first pub- 

lished state (F. Daniell), £26 5s. 

62 The spinster (Lady Hamilton), after and by the same, first published state 

(F. Daniell), £94 los. 

63 Miss Farren, after Sir T. Lawrence, by F. Bartolozzi, proof before letters 

(Maggs), £23 2S. 

64 Summer ; and Winter, after Wheatley, by Bartolozzi, proofs in bistre (F. 

Daniell), £34 13s. 

65 Reflection ; and Public amusement, after Ramberg. by W. Ward, a pair, in 

bistre (Agnew), £17 17s. 

66 The soliloquy, by and after W. Ward, in bistre (F. Daniell), £31 los. 

67 Thoughts on matrimony ; and Thoughts on a single life, after J. R. Smith, 

a pair, in bistre (Smith), £48 6s. 

68 Louisa Mildmay, by and after W. Ward, proof, iii bistre (EUis & Smith), 

£27 6s. 

69 Almeida, by W. Ward, in bistre (Parsons), £24 3s. 

70 Louisa, by and after W. Ward, in bistre (Bum), £17 17s. 

71 Lucy of Leinster, by and after W. Ward, in bistre, wide margin (Smith), 

£23 2S. 

72 Constancy ; and Variety, by Morland, by W. Ward, a pair, in bistre (Ellis 

and Smith), £44 2S. 

73 Industry ; and Idleness, after the same, by C. Knight, a pair, in bistre 

(Barnard), £16 i6s. 

74 Delia in town ; and DeUa in the country, after the same, by J. R. Smith 

a pair, in bistre (Ellis & Smith), £68 5s. 

75 Sophia, after Peters, by J. Hogg, in bistre (PoUai-d), £46 4s. 

76 The hand-maid, after H. Walton, by J. Hogg, open-letter proof, in bistre 

(Smith), £10 los. 

77 Pointers ; and Setters, after Morland and Sartorius, by W. Ward, open-letter 

proofs (Dean), £43 is. 

78 OrviUe, after H. B. Chalon, by W. Ward (W. Sabin), £14 14s. 

79 Quiz., after J. F. Sartorius, by W. Ward, proof before anv letters (Dean), 

£21. 

80 Pavilion, after H. B. Chalon, by W. Ward proof before any letters (Dean), 

£42. 

81 Partridge and snipe shooting, after Morland, by C. Catton, in coloms (Agnew),. 

£86 2S. 



30 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

82 Pheasant and woodcock shooting, after Ibbetson, by R. Dodd, in colours 

(Ellis & Smith), £54 12s. 

83 Hunting subjects, after H. Aiken, by C. Bentley, a set of four, in colours 

(Ellis & Smith), £68 5s. 

84 Leicestershire : A set of four hunting subjects, after Sir J. Dean Paul, in 

colours (Dean), £68 5s. 

Property of the late H. Ferrier-Kerr, Esq., 6, Palace 
Mansions, Buckingham Gate, S.W. 

Vnframed. 

85 Maria Cosway, after R. Cosway, R.A., by F. Bartolozzi, in colours ; and 

another (Obr^), £6 i6s. 6d. 

86 A collection of one hundred and three engravings, after the Old Masters, 

chiefly in aquatint and lithograph, in a portfoho (Pollard) £19 19s. 

Framed. 
'87 Le Gouter Champietre after J. B. Huet, by Jubier ; and two others, after 
the same, by Demarteau, in colours (Bihn), £52 los. 

88 Le Rixe ; and Le Tambourin, after Tournay, by Descourtis, in colours 

(Parsons), £60 i8s. 

89 La noce de village ; and La foire de village, after and by the same, in colours 

(Clark), £75 I2S. 
go La noce de village ; and Repas des Moissonneiu'S, after P. A. Wille, by 

Janinet, a pair, in colours (Parsons), £71 8s. 
91 L'Amant Surpris ; and Les Espi^gles, after Schall, by Descourtis, a pair, in 

coloiu's (Gudeman), £69 6s. 
• 92 The shepherdess ; and The faggot-gatherer, after S. Woodford, a pair, in 

coloiu^ (Dean), £52 los. 
■93 The miniature, after T. Harper, by G. Maile, in colours (Dean), £13 13s. 

94 Amanthis, after and by J. R. Smith, in colours ; The bold boy, 

coloured ; and The student, after Reynolds, by J. R. Smith (Obr^), £6 6s. 

95 Fox-hunting, after H. Aiken, by J. Clark, a set of four, in colours (W. Sabin), 

£25 4S. 

96 Fox-hunting, a set of four, in colours (W. Sabin), £44 2S. 

97 Shooting subjects, after Wolstenholme, by Reeve, a set of four, in colours 

(Davis), £22 IS. 

98 Approach to Christmas, after J. Pollard, by G. Hunt, in colours (Parsons), 

£12 I2S. 

99 Royal mails starting from the General Post Of&ce, after J. Pollard, by R. G. 

Reeves, in colours (Davis), £7 17s. 6d. 
100 The interior of the fives court, with Randall and Turner sparring, after T. 
Blake, by C. Turner, in colours ; and two keys (VV. Sabin), £27 6s. 

Property of the late J. H. Fitzhenry, Esq., 12, Thurloe 
Place, S.W. 

loi The woman talting coffee, by L. Martin, in colours (Obr6), £4 14s. 6d. 

102 Jupiter and lo, and Lindor and Zelia, by Le Coeur, in coloiu-s ; and The bust 

of a girl, after J. B. Huet, by Demarteau (Bihn), £18 i8s. 

103 Le Menuet de la Marine, after and by Debucourt ; A ruin, by Guyot ; and 

two others (Bihn), £77 14s. 

104 Voltaire, after Gamerey, by P. M. Ali.x, in colours ; and another (Brail), 

£2 2S. 



Christie's.] December 3, 1913. 31 

105 The Walton family, after H. Walton, by J. R. Smith, etched-letter proof 

(Ellis & Smith), £105. 

106 The Prince of Wales, by D. Orme, in colours ; Love, after Peters, by C. 

White ; and another (Obr^), £11 iis. 

107 & 108 Mrs. Williams-Hope, of Amsterdam, after Reynolds, by C. H. Hodges ; 

and Lady Caroline Price, after the same, by J. Jones (Parsons), 
£6 6s. 

Property of Sir Henry, Stafford Jerningham, Bart., 
Costessey Park, Norwich. 

109 A storm in harvest ; and A harvest field, after Westall. by R. M. Meadows, 

a pair, in colours (Brail), £12 12s. 
no TnanguUna, Tambuiina, Serina, and England, Scotland, Wales, and France, 

after A. Buck, by Roberts and Stadler, etc., in colours, seven in one frame 

(Sabin), £46 4s. 
Ill The mouse's petition, after Bunbury, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Maggs), 

£13 2s. 6d. 
iia Madame Catalani, after A. Buck, by Freeman; and Mrs. Wiiitmore, after 

T. PhiUips, R.A., by C. Turner, in colours (Jacobson), £7 17s. 6d. 

113 Duty and affection, after Miss Julia Conyers, by P. W. Tomkins, a pair, in 

colours (EUis & Smith), £86 2S. 

114 The little domestic ; and Girl and pigs, after Westall, by Hollyer and Ogbome, 

in colours (Sabin), £9 19s. 6d. 

115 The birth of Shakespeare; and Shakespeare's tomb, after A. KaufiEman, by 

Burke, in colours (Maggs), £25 4s. 
n6 Apotheosis, after Hamilton, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Pawsey & Payne). 
£4 14s. 6d. 

117 The Prince de Conde, after Mdme. de Tott, by Bartolozzi ; The thatcher and 

Crazy Kate, after and by J. Barney, in colours ; and another 
coloured (Butel), £11 os. 6d. 

118 The British Naval victors, after Gainsborough, Dupont, Abbott, etc.. by V. 

Green, in colours (Admiral Fitzgeorge), £7 175. 6d 

119 Mrs. Jerningham as "Hebe," after Hoppner, by H. Meyer, proof, in bistre 

(Reed), £4 14s. 6d. 

120 " Here, poor boy without a hat," after Beechey, by C. WUkin, etched-letter 

proof (Dean), £9 9s. 

121 The first interview of Charlotte and Werter, after Bunbury ; The market-girl, 

after the same, by Shepheard ; The dance, after Bunbury, by Dickenson, 
in colours ; and May-Day (Barnard), £15 15s. 

122 Miss Sarah CampbeU, after Reynolds, by V. Green (W. Sabin), £35 14s. 

123 Elizabeth, Lady Nuneham, after Falconet, by V. Green (Cubitt), £4 4s. 

124 Mrs. Siddons and her son, in " The Tragedy of Isabella," after Hamilton, 

by J. Caldwell ; and Lady Mary Campbell, after Ramsay, by J. McArdell 
(Goode), £7 7s. 

125 George HI and family, after Zoffany, by R. Earlom (Dean), £31 los. 

126 George, Prince of Wales, after Gainsborough, by J. R. Smith, etched-letter 

proof (Ellis & Smith), £65 2S. 
1*7 Lord Nelson, after Beechey, by E. Bell, open-letter proof (F. Daniell), 

£io los. 
12* The Rt. Hon. William Pitt, after R. K. Porter, by S. W. Reynolds (Laurence), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 



32 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

129 The Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox, after Reynolds, by J. Jones ; and The 

Rt. Hon. William Windham, after and by the same (Davis), £5 3s. 

130 The Rt. Hon. George Canning, after Hoppner, by J. Young, open-letter proof 

(Dean), £7 7s. 



December 4 and 5, IQ13. Sotheby's. 

Modem Etchings and Engravings, together with some 
Lithographs and Woodcuts, the Property of Frank E. Bliss, 
Esq., 21, Holland Park, London, W. 

1 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, A water meadow (D. 20), signed proof, retouched 

in pencil, with inscription : " a Hemi Roche, souvenirs affectueux. 1895 " 
(Rimell), £7 5S. 

2 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Brentford ferry (D. 66), signed proof (Arthur), 

£3 2S. 6d. 

3 Haden, Sir F. Seymom', Cowdray Castle, with cows (D. arj), signed proof 

(Weihe), £1 is. 

Augustus E. John. 

4 The Philosopher and Courtezan, second state, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£1 I OS. 

5 The Philosopher and Courtezan, final state, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£2 8s. 

6 La Gravida, first state, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £2 2S. 

7 La Gravida, final state, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £1 12s. 

8 The Mulatto, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £1 8s. 

9 Maggie : A village child, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £2 i6s. 

10 The big grotto, final state, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £4 7s. 6d. 

ir Fruit sellers, final state, signed proof (Meynell), £3 17s. 6d. 

12 Gwendolen, second state, signed proof (Vacher), £3 3s. 

13 Gwendolen, final state, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £1 los. 

14 The Valley of Time, signed proof (Meynell), £4 17s. 6d. 



15 Roussel, Theodore, The window cleaner, signed proof (Weihe), 13s. 

16 Roussel, Theodore, The street, Chelsea Embankment, signed proof (Vacher) 

£3 3S 

17 Roussel, Theodore, The Pastoral Play, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach) 

£1 I2S. 

18 Roussel, Theodore, Pierrot en Pied, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £2 15s. 
ig Roussel, Theodore, Laburnums and Battersea, signed proof (Vacher), £1 12s. 

Sir Frank Short, R.A. 

{The references are to the Catalogue Raisonne by Edward F. Strange, 1908.) 

20 A pit gin (2), sand-grain, second state, signed proof, with dedication to F. 

Goulding (Capt. Clark), £4 12s. 6d. 

21 Old Battersea Bridge (6), signed proof (Moon), £3 12s. 6d. 

22 St. Magnus' Church, Billingsgate, No. 2 (14), first state, signed proof, with 

dedication to F. Goulding (Maggs), £1 15s. 



Sotheby's.] December 4 and 5, 1913. 33 

23 Old Putney Bridge (15), signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding (Ward), 

£5. 

24 " White Hart " Tavern, near Wandsworth railway bridge (i8), unsigned proof 

(Watkins), ros. 

25 New Inn, Poole (19), first state, signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding 

(Ward), £3. 

26 Poole from Branksea Island (20), signed proof (Vacher), £z 14s. 

27 Sail loft, Poole Quay (21), signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding 

(Clark), 1 8s. 

28 The " Astrea," Rye (25), signed proof (Clark), £1 los. 

29 Scarborough, from a sketch by J. B. Carter (27), the artist's first mezzotiut, 

signed proof (Clark), £1. 

30 The httle white girl, from a recollection of the painting by J. McNeill Whistler 

(28), dry-point, signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding (Clark), 
£10. 

31 French coast scene, from the painting by R. P. Bonington (29), aquatint, 

signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding (Clark), £2 7s. 6d. 

32 Coast scene from the water-colour by Copley Fielding (30), the etching for 

the mezzotint, signed proof (Miller), i8s. 

33 Coast scene, from the water-colour by Copley Fielding (30), mezzotint, signed 

proof (Deighton), £2 6s. 

34 Ebb-tide, Putney Bridge (31), mezzotint, second state, signed proof (Ward), 

£2 2S. 

35 Design for a dance programme (32), aquatint and etching, first state, signed 

proof, with dedication to F. Goulding (Clark), 8s. 

36 Design for a Christmas card (33), aquatint and etching, signed proof, with 

dedication to F. Goulding (Watkins), 12s. 

37 Jeakes' House, Rye (34), aquatint and etching, signed proof, with dedication 

to F. Goulding (Clark), £1 14s. 
37A Sleeping tiU the flood : Bosham (63), signed proof (Walker), £13. 

38 Procris and Cephalus, after J. M. W. Turner (35), the etching, signed proof, 

\vith dedication to F. Goulding (Walker), iis. 

39 Procris and Cephalus, after J. M. W. Turner (35), mezzotint, first state, 

signed by the engraver with the inscription " Early proof " (Walker), 
1 6s. 

40 Procris and Cephalus, after J. M. W. Turner (35), mezzotint, second state, 

signed proof ( ), 14s. 

41 Water mill, after J. M. W. Turner (36), the etching, signed proof, with dedica- 

tion to F. Goulding (Maggs), 5s. 

42 Water mill, after J. M. W. Turner (36), mezzotint, second state, trial proof, 

signed (Miller), 13s. 

43 Water mill, after J. M. W. Turner (36), mezzotint, second state, signed proof 

(Newbolt), IIS. 

44 Kagland Castle, after J. M. W. Turner (37), the etching, signed proof, with 

dedication to F. Goulding (Maggs), 5s. 

45 Ragland Castle, after J. .M. W. Turner (37), mezzotint, first state, trial proof, 

signed (Miller), £1. 

46 Ragland Castle, after J. M. W. Turner (37), mezzotint, second state, signed 

proof (Newbolt). 10s. 

47 The Mildmay sea-piece, after J. M. W. Turner (38), the etching, signed proof, 

with dedication to F. Goulding (Watkins), 6s. 



34 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

48 The Mildmay sea-piece, after J. M. W. Turner (38), mezzotint, second state, 

trial proof, signed (Clark), £1 6s. 

49 The Mildmay sea-piece, after J. M. W. Turner (38), mezzotint: second state, 

unsigned proof (Maggs), los. 

50 Mill near the Grand Chartreuse, Dauphiny, after J. M. W. Turner {39), the 

etching, signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding (Maggs), 5s. 

51 Mill near the Grand Chartreuse, Dauphiny, after J. M. W. Turner (39), mezzo- 

tint, trial proof, signed (Walker), £1 4s. 

52 Mill near the Grand Chartreuse, Dauphiny, after J. M. W. Turner (39), mezzo- 

tint, trial proof, signed (Walker), £1 4s. 

52 Mill near the Grand Chartreuse, Dauphiny, after J. M. W. Turner (39), mezzo- 

tint, second state, signed proof (Maggs), los. 

53 Little Devil's Bridge, after J. M. W. Turner (40), the etchmg, signed proof, 

with dedication to F. Goulding (Newbolt), 6s. 

54 Little Devil's Bridge, after J. M. W. Turner (40). mezzotint trial print, signed 

(Miller), £1 los. 

55 Little Devil's Bridge, after J. M. W- Turner (40), mezzotint, second state, 

signed proof (Newbolt), iSs. 

56 Temple of Minerva Medica, after J. M. W. Tiurner (41), the etching, signed 

proof, with dedication to F. Goulding (Maggs), 5s. 

57 Temple of Minerva Medica, after J. M. W. Turner (41), mezzotint, trial proof 

signed (Home), £1 2s. 

58 Temple of Minerva Medica, after J. M. W. Turner (41), mezzotint, second 

state, signed proof (Deighton), £1. 

59 Bonneville, Savoy, after J. M. W. Turner (42), the etching, signed proof, 

with dedication to F. Goulding (Maggs), 5s. 

60 Bonneville, Savoy, after J. M. W. Turner (42), mezzotint, trial proof of the 

finished state, signed (Walker), £i 8s. 
■61 Bonneville, Savoy, after J. M. W. Turner (42), mezzotint, second state, signed 
proof (Maggs), los. 

62 Chain of Alps from Grenoble to Chamberi, after J. M. W. Turner (43), the 

etching, signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding (Miller), los. 

63 Chain of Alps from Grenoble to Chamberi, after J. M. W. Turner (43), 

mezzotint, trial proof signed (Home), £1 los. 

64 The source of the Arveron in the Valley of Chamouni, after J. M. W. Turner 

(44), the etching, signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding (Walker), 
9S. 

65 The source of the Arveron in the Valley of Chamouni after J. M. W. Turner 

(44), mezzotint, early trial proof, signed (Walker), £1 los. 

66 The source of the Arveron in the Valley of Chamouni, after J. M. W. Turner 

(44), mezzotint, second state, signed proof (Miller), £1 is. 

67 Solway Moss, after J. M. W. Turner (45), the etching, signed proof, with 

dedication to F. Goulding (Deighton), 7s. 

68 Solway Moss, after J. M. W. Turner (45), mezzotint, early trial proof of fine 

quality, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £2 17s. 6d. 

69 Solway Moss, after J. M. W. Turner (45), mezzotint, second state, signed 

proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £1 5s. 

70 Ben Arthur, Scotland after J. M. W. Turner (46), the etching, signed proof, 

with dedication to F. Goulding (Walker), 8s. 



Sotheby's.] December 4 and 5, 1913. 35 

71 Ben Arthur, Scotland, after J. M. W. Turner (46), mezzotint, trial proof, 

signed (Maggs), £2 2%. 

72 Ben Arthur, Scotland, after J. M. W. Turner (46), mezzotint, second state, 

signed proof (Weihe), 17s. 

73 The frontispiece to twelve subjects from the Liber Studiorum of J. M. W. 

Turner (47), third state, signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding 
(Watkins), 9s. 

74 The frontispiece to twelve subjects from the Liber Studiorum of J. M. W. 

Turner (47), fourth state, signed proof (Miller), 7s. 

75 The Leader sea-piece, or the guardship at the Nore, after J. M. W. Turner 

(48), mezzotint, signed proof (McClane), 17s. 

76 Staithes, Yorkshire (49), etching on zinc, signed proof on Japanese paper 

(Walker), £1 i8s. 

77 Grey morning : \\'hitby (50), dry-point, signed proof (Gutekunst), £5 5s. 

78 Two invitations to " Private Views " (together in the same mount), unsigned 

(Walker), 7s. 

79 Life study, etched direct from a model at the Royal Institute School (54), 

signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding (Clark), los. 

80 Per horse-power per hour, Whitby Harbour (60), mezzotint, signed proof on 

parchment (Colnaghi & Obach), £5 los. 

82 The " Patience," Bosham (64), signed proof (Clark), £4 15s. 

83 Evening, Bosham (65), signed proof (Gutekunst), £2 los. 

84 Nutboume Mill, Bosham (66), signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £2 2S. 

85 Washing-day, Bosham (68), signed proof (Gutekunst) £3 3s. 

86 The building of the Golden Bee (70), signed proof [the plate was destroyed in 

an experiment after a very few working proofs had been pulled] (Walker), 
£""■ 

87 The building of the Golden Bee (70), signed proof from the damaged plate, 

and probably unique, dedicated to F. Goulding (Walker), £1 2S. 
8& Rye Port (73), signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £5 los. 

89 Rye Pier : Evening (74), aquatint, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £2 2S. 

90 Last days of an old brig (76), signed proof (Walker), £1 i6s. 

gi The mooring stone : Polpeiro harbour (79), signed proof (Watkins), 

£1 I2S. 

92 Polperro harbour (80), etching on zmc, signed proof (Miller), £1 6s. 

93 The rookery, Polperro (81), signed proof (Clark), 14s. 

94 '■ The Lowlands Low," Hayle Pool (82), etching on zinc, signed proof (Home), 

£3 I2S. 6d. 

95 Talland, Cornwall (84), etching on zinc, signed proof (Vacher), £1 12s. 

96 Polperro : Evening (87), signed proof (Miller), £2 2S. 

97 Bridgenorth, from a water-colour drawing by T. Girtin (88), trial proof, 

signed (Walker), iis. 

98 Bridgenorth, from a water-colour dra\ving by T. Girtin (88), signed proof 

with dedication to F. Goulding (Clark), i6s. 

99 St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, from a drawing by J. S. Cotman (89), mezzotint, 

trial proof, signed (Home). £1 18s. 
100 St. Mary Redchffe, Bristol, from a drawing by J. S. Cotman (89), mezzotint, 

signed proof on China paper (Home), £2 2S. 
loi Rouen, from a drawing by R. P. Bonington (90), trial proof, signed (Ward), 

£2 2S. 
102 Cornfield, Ivinghoe, Bucks, from a drawing by Peter do Wint (91), trial proof, 

signed (Ward), £1 4s. 



36 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

103 Cornfield, Ivinghoe, Bucks, from a drawing by Peter de Wint (91). signed 

proof, on Japanese paper (Maggs), i8s. 

104 Sea piece from a sketch in oils by J. M. W. Tuiner (92), aquatint, signed 

proof (Miller), /i 2S. 

105 Entrance of the Meuse, from the painting by J. M. W. Turner (93), first state, 

signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding (Ciark), {,1 i8s. 

106 Bellinzona from the road to Locamo, from the water-colour drawing by 

J. M. W. Turner (94), aquatint, one of the 25 proofs on Japanese vellum, 
signed (Agnew), £7 15s. 

107 Ehrenbreitsteln to Coblentz, from the water-colour drawing by J. M. W. 

Turner (95), soft-grained etchmg and aquatint, one of 25 proofs on Japanese 

vellum, signed (Agnew), £6. 
loS Fiatford Lock, from the painting by John Constable, R.A (101), mezzotint 

signed proof (Home), £5 los. 
109 Twilight on the Campagna, Rome, from the picture by Giovanni Costa (102)- 

mezzotint, signed proof, on old Japanese paper (Walker), £2 2S. 
no Polperro harbour (105), etching on zinc, signed proof (Clark), £1 8s. 
in Prisoners of war: One of the figures of boys that strike the quarter-bells 

on the roof of Rye Church tower (106), signed proof, with dedication to 

F. Goulding (Walker), £1 6s. 

112 A dead calm in Itchenor Channel (109), signed proof (Walker), £1 los. 

113 A Dutch greengrocery (no), signed proof, on old greenish paper (Maggs).. 

£1 lOS. 

114 Unloading peat, Dort (in), signed proof, with dedication to F. Gouiding 

(Clark), £2 los. 

115 The West's goodnight to the East : Whitby Upper Harbour (113), mezzotint, 

trial proof before the birds, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £6 5s. 

116 The West's goodnight to the East : Whitby Upper Harbour (113), mezzotint, 

trial proof with the birds, signed (Dunthome), £6. 

117 The West's goodnight to the East : Whitby Upper Harbour (113). mezzotint, 

signed proof (Walker), £5 17s. 6d. 

118 A wintry blast on the Stourbridge Canal (114), dry-point, signed proof 

(Gutekunst), £26 los. 
iiq The mouth of the Thames, Isle of Sheppey in the distance, from the painting 
by J. M. W. Turner (115), mezzotint, signed proof (Ward), £3 17s. 6d. 

120 Near Hingham, Norfolk, from the painting by J. Crome (117), mezzotint, 

trial proof, signed (Dunthome), £9. 

121 Near Hingham, Norfolk, from the painting by J. Crome (117) mezzotint, 

signed proof on Japanese paper (Dunthome), £7 los. 

122 Walberswick Pier (118), soft ground etching, signed proof (Vacher), 

£2 5s. 

123 George's Dock, Liverpool (119), signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding 

(Clark), £3 5S. 

124 The breaking-up of the Great Eastern No. i (120). signed proof (Watkins). 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

125 A quiet evening on the ferry over the Blyth (122), signed proof, with dedica- 

tion to F. Goulding (Home), £3 los. 

126 Walberswick Pier, No. 2 (123), signed proof of the unfinished " outdoor "■ 

state (Cohiaghi & Obach), £5 los. 

127 Dinner-time on board the timber barque Marie unloading at Conway (126),, 

signed proof (Maggs), £1 i8s. 



Sotheby's.] December 4 and 5, 1913. 37 

128 Bromborough ; A cornfield by the Mersey (130), signed proof (Ward), 

£2 2S. 

129 Entrance to the Mersey from Waterloo Sands (131), signed proof (Watkins), 

£4 4S. 

130 Iron hulk : Liverpool (134), signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £1 12s. 

131 A Swiss Pass, from the water-colour drawing by J. M. W. Turner (137). 

mezzotint, signed proof on vellum (Agnew), £7 los 

132 Tennyson, from the portrait in oils, by G. F. Watts, R.A. (139), mezzotint 

trial proof, signed (Walker), £1 i8s. 

133 Tennyson, from the portrait in oils by G. F. Watts, R.A. (139), mezzotint, 

signed proof (Walker), £1 12s. 

134 The rope walk, Spittal Bridge, Whitby (142), etching on zinc, signed proof, 

TOth dedication to F. Goulding (Clark), £2 12s. 6d. 

135 Old Quay of the Nith, Glencapel (143), trial proof, and a proof of the first 

state, both signed, the two together in the same mount (Colnaghi & Obach), 
£2 5-. 

136 Old Quay on the Nith, Glencapel (143), second and final state, signed proof, 

with dedication to F. Goulding (Clark), £2 2S. 

137 The Solway at mid-day (144), third and final stage, signed proof (Colnaghi and 

Obach), £3 3S. 

138 Low water at Glencapel Ferry (147), signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£1 13s. 

139 Gathering the flock on Maxwellbank, No. 2 (150), signed proof, with dedication 

to F. Goulding (Walker), £2 i6s. 

140 Solway fishers. No. 2 (152), first state, the etching, signed proof (Maggs), 

5s- 

141 Solway fishers. No. 2 (152), second state, the mezzotint trial proof, signed 

(Dunthome), £3 7s. 6d. 

142 Solway fishers, No. 2 (152).. second state, the mezzotint, signed proof (Clark), 

£3 los. 

143 Nithsdale (154), first state, the etching, signed proof (Maggs), iis. 

144 Nithsdale (154), second state, the mezzotint, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£9 lOS. 

145 The heron's pool, No. 2 (160), dry-point, signed proof (Maggs). £6. 

146 Smugglers (161), signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding (Clark), 

£3 3S. 

147 The road into Annan (162), signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding 

(Clark), £2 7s. 6d. 

148 " Skies a-clearing, sun a-shining, and the evensong a-chiming " ; The Church 

at Kampen (163), signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £2 2S. 

149 Het Brouwerij, Haarlem (165), signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £i 15s. 

150 Overijssel : Deventer (166), dry-point, brilliant proof of the rare plate, from 

which, owing to the copper working up rotten, only a very few proofs 
were possible (Capt. Clark), £21. 

151 Voortoren (Hmdeloopen) Friesland (167), signed proof, with dedication to 

F. Goulding (Capt. Clark), £1 12s. 

152 The bell tower, Monnikendam (169), signed proof, with dedication to F. 

Goulding (Walker), £1. 

153 In port, Volcndam (170), signed proof (Gutekunst), £2 2S. 

154 Deventer, Friesland (171), signed proof (Walker), £1 i8s. 

155 Towers at Kampen, Friesland (172), signed proof (Gutekunst), £r los. 



38 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

156 The Dijk at Volendam ; or Noon on the Zuyder Zee (173), signed proof 

(Clark), £2 15s. 

157 The beach buoy (174), signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £1 8s. 

158 "When the weary moon was on the wane" : Dort (175), pure mezzotint. 

signed proof (Russtll), £4 5s. 

159 Vesuvius from the Bay of Naples, from the painting by G. F. Watts, R.A. 

(176), mezzotint, signed by the artist and engraver (Colnaghi & Obach), 
£2. 

160 Hindeloopen (181), signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding (Clark), 

i6s. 

161 Sketch of Monnikendam in the distance (185), signed proof (Lloyd), £1 8s. 

162 Shipping at the entrance of the Medway, No. i, after J. M. W. Turner (194), 

mezzotint [trial proof of the first plate, which was abandoned after a very 
few impressions were printed], signed (Walker), £r. 

163 Shipping at the entrance of the Medway, No. 2, after J. M. W. Turner (195), 

mezzotint, signed (Walker), £4 4?. 

164 Falls of the Rhine : Schaffhausen, after J. M. W. Turner (197), mezzotint, 

signed (Walker), £1. 

165 .(Esacus and Hcsperi^, after J. M. W. Turner (19S), mezzotint, signed, with 

dedication to F. Goulding (Home), £1 13s. 

166 View of a river from a terrace, Macon, after J. M. W. Turner (199), the 

etching, signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding (Walker), 5s. 

167 View of a river from a terrace, Macon, after J. M. W. Turner (199), mezzotint, 

signed (Walker), £4 los. 

168 View of a lake, Derwent Water, after J. M. W. Turner (200), mezzotint, signed 

(Walker), £3 5s. 

169 The stork and aqueduct ; or The heron's pool, after J. M. W. Turner (201), 

mezzotint, first state before the letters, signed proof, with dedication to 
F. Goulding (Walker), £1. 

170 The stork and aqueduct ; or the heron's pool, after J. M. W. Turner (201), 

mezzotint second state, signed (Walker), £2 2a. 

171 Pan and Syrinx, after J. M. W. Turner (203), mezzotint, signed, with dedica- 

tion to F. Goulding (Walker), £1 4s. 

172 Kingston Bank, after J. M. W. Turner (205), mezzotint, signed (Agnew), 

£4 i2s. 6d. 

173 A pastoral, after J. M. W. Turner (206), mezzotint, signed, with dedication 

to F. Goulding (Walker), £2 i6s. 

174 Moonlight on a river : Lucerne, after J. M. W. Turner (207), mezzotint, signed, 

with dedication to F. Goulding (Colnaghi & Obach), £4 5s. 

175 Huntsmen in a wood, after J. M. W. Turner (208), mezzotint, signed, with 

dedication to F. Goulding (Walker), £4 15s. 

176 Moonhght at sea: The Needles, after J. M. W. Turner ^209), mezzotint, 

signed (Walker), £4 15s. 

177 Stonehenge at daybreak, after J. M. W. Turner (210), mezzotint, signed, with 

dedication to F. Goulding (Walker), £4 7s. 6d. 

178 The Victory coming up the Channel with the body of Nelson on board, after 

J. M. W. Turner (211), mezzotint [first state, one of a few proofs only 
from the first scraping], signed (Tyers), £3 7s. 6d. 

179 Swiss bridge, Mont St. Gothard ; or, the Vli Mala, after J. M. W. Turner 

(213), the etching, signed proof (Walker), los. 

180 Swiss bridge, Mont St. Gothard ; or, the Via Mala, after J. M. W. Turner 

(213), mezzotint, trial proof, signed (Walker), £20. 



Sotheby's.] December 4 and 3, 1913. 39 

181 Swiss bridge, Mont St. Gothard ; or, the Via Mala, after J. M. W. Turner 

(213), mezzotint, signed (Walker), £11. 

182 The lost sailor; or, The storm over the Lizard, after J. M. W. Turner (214), 

mezzotint, second state, signed (Walker), i6s. 

183 Niagara (215), dry-point, signed proof (Home), £7 15s. 

184 Horseshoe Falls, Niagara (216), dry-point, signed proof (Walker), £1 los. 

185 King's Lynn (219), signed proof (Clark), £2 12s. 6d. 

186 Sunrise o'er Whitby Scaur (220), aquatint, trial proof before the birds, signed 

(Dunthome), £13 ids. 

187 Sunrise o'er Whitby Scaur (220). aquatint, signed proof (Home), £15. 

188 The angler's bridge on the Wandle (221), signed proof (Gutekunst), £i. 

189 A slant of light in Polperro harbour (228I, mezzotint, signed proof (Gute- 

kimst), £5 5s. 

190 Old gravel pits, from the water colour drawing by David Cox (229), mezzotint 

first state, signed proof (Walker), £1 is. 

191 The lifting cloud (231), mezzotint, signed proof (McClane), £4 5s. 

192 Shap Fells, from the water-colour drawing by Peter de Wint (232), mezzotint 

signed proof on Japanese paper (Walker), £2 5s. 

193 Emma Hart, from the painting by J. Hoppner (233), mezzotint, signed proof 

(Walker), los. 

194 A timber raft on the Rhine, from the water-colour drawing by J. M. W. 

Turner (240) mezzotint, signed proof (Dunthome), £y. 

195 The sun went down in his wrath (241), mezzotint, unique proof from the 

plate prepared for re-rocking, signed (Dunthome), £8. 

196 The sun went down in his wrath (241), mezzotint, early trial proof, signed 

(McKay), £7 los. 

197 The sun went down in his wrath (241), mezzotint, signed proof (Russell), 

£10. 
ig8 Mme. de Lamballe, from the portrait in oils by A. Vestier (246), mezzotint. 

signed proof (Walker), £1 15s. 
igg Crowhurst, Sussex, after J. M. W. Turner (247). mezzotint, second state, 

signed, with dedication to F. Goulding (Clough), £4 los. 

200 A Fen country bridge (248), second state, signed proof (Walker), £i los. 

201 A South Coast road : Pegwcll Bay (249), signed proof (Gutekunst), £2 2S. 

202 Moonrise : Ramsgate (252), mezzotint, signed proof (Clark), £3 5s. 

203 An April day in Kent : Lydd (254), signed proof (Clark), £3 5s. 

204 Tennyson, from the painting on panel by G. F. Watts, R.A. (256), mezzotint. 

proof signed by artist and engraver (Walker), £3. 

205 Hayfield in Yorksliire, from the water-colour drawing by P. de Wint (259), 

mezzotint, signed proof (Oxley), £3 3s. 

206 London from Greenwich, from the water-colour dra\ving by P. de Wint 

(260), mezzotint, signed proof (Dickens), £3. 

207 A Roman canal, from the water-colour drawing of P. de Wint (261), mezzotint, 

signed proof (Dunthome), £3 3s. 

208 The snowdrift, from the water-colour drawing by P. de Wint (262), mezzotint. 

signed proof (Watkins), £1 5s. 
200 A Yorkshire dell, from the water-colour drawing by J. M. W. Turner (264), 
signed proof (Colnaghi Si. Obach), £6. 

210 Collier entering Littlehampton (26O), signed proof, with dedication to F. 

Goulding (Walker), £1 los. 

211 Road near Oxford, from the water-colour drawing by P. de Wint (270). 

mezzotint, first state signed proof, (Walker), £2. 



40 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

212 Road near Oxford, from the water-colour drawing by P. de Wint (270) 

mezzotint, second state, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £2 5« 

213 In the Cotswold, from the painting by Sir Alfred East, A.R.A. (271), mezzotint 

signed proof (Clark), £2. 

214 Vessel in distress ofi Yarmouth, from the painting by J. M. W. Turner, R.A. 

(272), mezzotint, signed proof (Deightou), £3 los. 

215 Ploughing, from the water-colour drawing by P. de Wint (274), mezzotint, 

signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £8. 

216 Cottage with har\'esters, from the water-colour drawiug by P. de Wint (275), 

mezzotint, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £1 8s. 

217 StroDiijg players : Lydd (276), signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach) £2 15s. 

218 A lake in Arundel (277), signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £1. 

2r9 Boats carrying out anchors and cables to Dutch men-o'-wai in 1665, from 
the painting by J. M. W. Turner, R.A. (278), mezzotint, signed proof 
(Walker), £5. 

220 The head of Langston harbour (281), signed proof on Japanese paper (Clark), 

£2 5s. 

221 Peveril's Castle, Derbyshire (283), dry-point, signed proof on Japanese paper 

(Clark), £3 Tos. 

222 Putney (2a), hthograph, signed proof (Walker), £1. 

223 Hammersmith Bridge under repair (4A), lithograph, signed proof (McClane), 

£i- 

224 On the Bure, Great Yarmouth (5.^), lithograph, signed proof (Clark), i6s. 

225 Timber ships at Great Yarmouth (6a), lithograph, signed proof (Nevimayer), 

14s. 

226 Eel fisher at Volendam ("a), Uthogiaph, first state, in line only, signed proof 

(Deighton), £1 is. 

227 Eel fisher at Volendam (7a), lithograph, second state, tint added and some 

alterations, signed proof, with dedication to F. Goulding (Clark), £1 7s. 

228 Old wreck at Hunstanton (iia), lithograph, signed proof on Japanese paper 

(Neumayer), los. 

229 Eleven etchings for mezzotints, after J. M. W. Turner (36 to 46), unsigned 

(Walker), 14s. 

ETCHINGS. 
Framed. 

230 Appian, Adolphe, Le port de San Remo, signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£1 18s. 

231 Jacque, Charles, La VachSre (H. B. 464), unsigned proof (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£3. 

232 Legros, .-'.Iphonse, Un vagabond passant dans une ruelle (L. A. L. 265), unsigned 

prool (Watkins), 15s. 

233 Short, Sir Frank, R.A., The beach buoy (S. 174), signed proof (Colnaghi and 

Obach), £1 13s. 

234 Watson, Charles J., Saint Jacques, Dieppe, signed proof (McKay), £1 los. 

235 Brangwyn. Frank, Bridge at Alcantara, Sicily (F. A. Cat. 156), signed (Fine 

Art Society), £9 9s. 

236 BraDgwyu. Frank, II Traghetto, Venice (175). signed (Fine Art Society), £5 5s. 

237 Brangwyn. Frank, Church of St. Nicholas, Fumes (119), signed; and a 

woodcut, in colours, by W. Nicholson (Preston), £4 los. 

238 BrangNvyii. Frank, Old houses at St. Cirq (160), modern etching, signed 

Fine Art Society), £3 5s. 



Sotheby's.] December, 4 and 5, 1913. 41 



Vnframed. 

239 AfBeck, Andrew F., Hotel de Ville, Bruges, signed (Oxley), £5 2S. 6d. 

240 AfiHeck, Andrew F., The chancel of a cathedral, signed (ConneU), £3 15s. 
240A Affleck, Andrew F., Amsterdam, unsigned (Oxley), £2. 

241 Fitton, Hedley, Advocates' Close, Edinburgh, signed (Agnew), £7. 

242 McBey, James, Rundsdorp Church, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £3 5s. 

243 McBey, James, The Alcantara Bridge, Toledo, signed (Colnaghi & Obach) 

£3 5s. 

244 McBey, James, Sawmill, Monnickendam, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£4 4S- 

245 Fitton, Hedley, Rue St. Roman, Rouen (2), first state, signed (Dunthome). 

£6. 

246 Fitton, Hedley, Rue de Hotel de ViUe, Paris, first state, signed (Agnew), 

£21- 

247 Bone, Muirhead, Somerset House (C. D. 185), signed (Colnaghi & Obach). 

£68. 

Framed. 

248 Ca d'Oro, by A. F. Affleck ; and in the Court of the Mosque, by E. M. Sj-nge 

both signed (Connell), £3 3s. 

249 Henri Becquer, etching by J. A. McNeU WTiistle), framed (Gutekunst), £6 15s 

Charles Shannon. 

250 The toilet ; and Mother and child, lithographs, framed (Gibson), £2 12s. 6d. 

251 Shell gatherers ; and The sisters, lithographs, framed (Dunthome), £2 los. 

252 Sea and breeze ; White nights ; In the house of Delia, lithographs, framed 

(Gibson), £4 los. 

253 Atalanta ; and Sea folk, lithographs (Dunthome), £2 6s. 

254 Apple gatherers ; Portrait of Van Wisselingh ; and another, lithographs 

(Weihe), £1 los. 

255 Linen bleachers ; Summer ; and The wood engraver, lithographs (Dunthome), 

£5 los. 

256 Study of the nude, original drawing, framed (Neumayar), £6 los. 

257 Helleu, Etude de Jeune Fille ; Le Salon Blanc ; and another, etchings, 

framed (McCaskie), £2 5s. 

258 Whistler, Early moming Battersea, lithograph (W. 7), framed (Gibson). 

£4 I OS. 

259 Monk, W., A Westminster wharf ; and another (Hardcastle), £1. 

J260 Conder, Charles, Six lithographed drawings from Balzac, in portfolio (Blunt) 

£25. 
2bi Pissaro, C. and L., Les Travau.x des Champs, six woodcuts in portfolio (Gibson), 

£1 SS. 

275 Rops FeUcien, L'ASuteur, proof ; and A Monaco (Colnaghi & Obach), £2 

276 Gravesandc, Ch. Storm Van's, .\ windy day, signed (Hardcastle), £1 4s. 

388 GaskeU, Percival, Corfe Castle ; Ploughing in Purbeck ; and On the Frome, 

aU signed (Masters), £6. 

389 PenneU, J., Bridge of St. Martin, Toledo ; and Lancaster from the marsh, by 

Fred Beveridge, both signed (Masters), £2 los. 
290 Short, Sir F., A Sussex Down ; and a second print of the same, mezzotint, 
both signed (Peters), £7. 



42 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

291 Short, Sir F., A lifting cloud, mezzotint, signed (Gutekunst), £$ los. 

292 Short, Sir F., Ploughing, mezzotint, signed (Dunthorne), £5. 

293 Bone, Muirhead, Fifty drawings of Glasgow, wth original signed etching, 

Maclehose & Son, 1911 (Masters), £11. 



December 5, 1913. Christie's. 

Modern Pictures and Water-colour Drawings, the 
Property of the late Thomas B. Holmes, Esq., J. P., 
Hornsea, East Yorks ; the Property of the late W. Pearce, 
Esq., Carlton Lodge Eastbourne ; and Modern Pictures 
and Drawings from different sources. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Alberti, G. Vizzotto, 1891, Entrance to the Doge's Palace, Venice — 18 ;< 7J 

(Anderson), £4 4s. 

2 Brierly, Sir O. W., Magellan exploring the Straits between Patagonia and 

Terra del Fuego, now called " The Straits of Magellan," November, 1520 — 
26} X 45 (Mitchell), £r6 i6s. 

3 Brierly, Sir O. W., 1873, Blake going on board the Resolution off Dover, 

to take command of the Fleet, fitted out against the Dutch, June, 1652 — 
23i X 45 (Dell), £16 5s. 6d. 

4 Cox, D., Moorland scene — lo-J x 14^ (Anderson), £14 14s. 

5 Dudley, Robert, Market on the Grande Place, Antwerp ; and Canal in the 

Old Quarter, Amsterdam, a pair — lyl x loj (Sampson), £8 i8s. 6d. 

6 Dudley, Robert, The Cathedral (Notre Dame), Antwerp : Evening — 2if x 16J 

(Anderson), £5 15s. 6d. 

7 Dudley, Robert, 1881, Ruined castle ; and The Rock of Gibraltar (Anderson), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

8 Foster, Birket, 1882, A country lane leading to a farm stream with peasant 

boy watering horses, ducks in the foreground — 30J x 26J (Anderson), 
£336- 

9 Hunt, A. W., 1855, Welsh girl with peat-basket : Capel Curig — 13 x 10 

(Agnew), £25 4S. 
ID Marchi, V., Interior of St. Ptter's, Rome ; and Interior at the Vatican 
(Anderson), £9 9s. 

11 M, R,, Head of Dickens ; and A scene from " Pickwick Papers," by Phiz 

(Maggs), £6 6s. 

12 Vacher, C, 1870, Evening on the Nile — 18J x 50 (Anderson), £4 4s. 

13 Weedon, A. W., 1891, Greenwich — 14 x 2of (Anderson), £4 14s. 6d. 

14 Weedon, A. W., 1890, Low tide — 14 x 20J (Anderson), £21. 

15 Weedon, A. W., 1892, Loch Ewe, Ross-shire — gj x 13J (Anderson), £8 8s. 

16 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Fishing-boats coming ashore — 8 x 13^^ (Granger), £4 4s. 

17 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Sea-fog in the Great Russel — 7 x 13 (Anderson), £6 6s. 



Christie's.] December 5, 1913. 43 

PICTURES. 

18 Solomon, A., First class ; and Third class, two sketches on one canvas — 

6x8 (King), £63. 

19 O'Neil, H., A.R.A., 1868, Before Waterloo : " Ah, then there was hurrying 

to and fro," etc.— Childe Harold ; R.A., 1868 — 71^ x 53J (Sampson 
£75 I2S. 

Property of the late Thomas B. Holmes, Esq., J. P., 
Hornsea, East Yorks. 

DRAWINGS. 

20 Angell, H. Coleman, Wall-flowers in a china mug — 8i x 7 (Quincey), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

21 Bradley, BasU, 1878, Contentment — 15J x 24 (Bowden), £g gs. 

22 Duffield, M. E., Primrose ; Pelargonium : and Violet — three in one frame 

and Flowers in a glass (Quincey), £5 15s. 6d. 

23 Foster, Birket, Mercer's shop at Dol— 6J x 10 (King), £63. 

24 Foster, Birket, Cottage on the Lledr — yi x 5 (Sampson), £75 12s. 

25 Foster Birket, Fair at Quimper — 4J x 7 (Sampson), £54 12s. 

26 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1878, Asking the way — 14^ x 19 (Quincey), £99 15s. 

27 Haag, Carl, 1867, Peace — 20 x 14 (Quincey), £31 los. 

28 Harding, J. D., Vielri, near Salerno — 8 x 12 (Alfred), £46 4s. 

29 Hough, W., Spring flowers and hedge-sparrow's nest — loj x 14 (Fine Art 

Society), £4 14s. 6d. 

30 Hough, W., Plums, apple and nuts — 9 x lof (Fine- .\rt Society), £2 12s. 6d. 

31 Hunt, W., Grapes and a peach — 7 x loj (Permain), £10 los. 

32 Johnson, E. K., 1878, Pets — 18 x i2j^ (Quincey), £2 12s. 6d. 

33 Leitch, W. L., 1877, Italian river scene with buildings and figures — 8J x 14J 

(Permain), £19 19s. 

34 Penley, Aaron, 1862, Departing day : Loch Lomond — 9J x 18^ (Dell), 

£3 3S. 

35 Reid, S., Edinburgh ; Brunswick ; and Lubeck, a set of three — Si x 6i 

(Locket), £5 15s. 6d. 

36 Richardson, T. M., 1850, Scene in Italy with farm-cart — 8f x 12} (King), 

£24 3S. 

37 Skill, F. J., 1873, Watching the waters — 15J x 11 (Fine Art Society). 

£5 15s. 6d. 

38 Stevens, Albert, Borrowdale— 154 x 22 (Judkins), £10 los. 

39 Tayler, F., 1880, Old English hunting scene — 8| x 154 (Judkins), £18 i8s. 

PICTURES. 

40 Ansdell, R., R.A., 1877, The favoured calf — 26i x 19 (Sampson), £26 5^. 

41 Beavis, R., 1869, Cattle on the Sussex Coast — 25 x 42 (Locket), £6 6s. 

42 Burgess, J. B., R.A. 1879, Meditation — 20 x r6 (Quincey), £31 los. 

43 Clark. S. B., Painting the Nancy — 17} x 13J (Locket), £9 9s. 



44 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

44 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1878, Group of six cows by a stream — 25^^ x 43J (Clayton), 

£131 5s. 

45 Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 1874, In Artois : Rain clearing oS— ::o x 36 (Quincey). 

£120 15s. 

46 Dawson, H., 1875, A wild sunset — 19J x 29J (Quincey), £39 iSs. 

47 Dargelas, A. H., The little housewife, panel— 17J x 14J (Quincey), £14 14s. 

48 Duverger, T. E., Hopscotch, panel — 13I x lyi (Quincey), £11 lis. 

49 Goodall, F., R.A., 1871-5, Arab encampment — 6 x 2oi (Locket), £10 los. 

50 Graham, Peter, R.A.. 1881, Home of the sea-mew — 21J x 15J (Leggatt), 

£120 15s. 

51 Holmes, Geo. A., 1875, " Can't you talk ? "—15 x 20 (Quincey), £54 12s. 

52 Hulk, A., Dutch fishing-boats in a breeze, panel — 11^ x 15J (Locket), 

£9 gs. 

53 Hulme, F. W., A shady stream — 14^ x 12 (Fine Art Society), £4 4s. 

54 Jones, C, 1865, Sheep on the South Downs — 13^ x 19^ (Halford), £10 los. 

55 Knip, J. A., 1794; MUking-time ; and River scene : Moonlight, panel (Quincey), 

£3 3S- 

56 Lance, G., 1832, Fruit, panel — 18 x 20 (De Gwyther), £22 is. 

57 Leader, B. W., R.A.. 1878, An English river — iij x 17^ (Fine Art Society), 

£54 I2S. 

58 Le Jeune, H., A.R.A., 1879, At the spring, panel — 13J- x 10 (Lister), 

£16 i6s. 

59 Long, E., R.A., 1873, On the Almeda Parade — 26J x 37i (Lister), £19 19s. 

60 Pott, Laslett J., Waiting panel — 17 x 12 (Quincey), £16 i6s. 

61 Provis, A., 1851, A cottage home, panel ; and The Victory in the Solent, by 

H. Redmore (Quincey), £15 15s. 

62 Pullen, J. H., The blackbird ; and Gleaners, by J. J. Hill, panel (Sampson), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

63 Tissot, J. J., On the Thames, panel — iij x 7 (Quincey), £16 i6s. 

64 Wainewright, T. F., Milking-time — 13J x 17]^ (Sampson) £4 4s. 

65 Dyck, P. van, Artist holding a portrait ; and Lady seated by a table, a pair 

panel — 13.V x iij (Quincey), £12 12s. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

66 Cox, D., 1840, Windy day — 9J x 13 (King), £73 los. 

67 Hunt, W., The art critic — loj x 7i (Steele), £44 2S. 

68 Hunt, W., 1857, The attack— 7J x 8* (Steele), £47 5s. 

69 Johnstone, H. J., A seaside urchin ; and A maiden's thoughts, a pair — 

10 X 7 (Baird Carter), £73 los. 

70 Topham, F. W., 1848, An Irish cabin, Connemara — iij x 16J (Pennain), 

£6 6s. 

71 Hunt, W., Grapes and apples — 6J x loj (Bowden), £16 i6s. 



Christie's.] December 5, 191 3. 45 

72 Turner, J. M. VV. R.A., The deer-house, Cassiobury Park — 14J x 18J (Pawsey 

and Payne), £27 6s. 

73 Boys, T. S., View on the Seine at Paris with boats and figures— 27 x 43 

(Permain), £16 16^,. 

74 Boys, T. S., View on the Thames with the building of London Bridge — 

26 X 40 (Leger), £9 9s. 

75 Prout, S., The shipwreck — izi x igJ (Price), £12 12s. 

76 Fielding, C, Coast scene with fisliing-boat and figures — 7 x loj (Agnew), 

£63. 

77 Green, C. 1873, Insh sketches, a pair, in one frame — 4f x 6| (lunes). 

£10 los. 

78 Sims, C, A.R.A., Spring— 17^ x 19J (Wyatt) £29 8s. 

79 Sims, C, A.R.A., Summer — 14^- x 20 (Gooden & Fox), £46 4s. 

PICTURES. 

80 Sims, C, A.R.A., Ragging: A girl with her young brother on the beach — 

27i X 36 (Gooden & Fox), £231. 

81 Sims, C, A.R.A., The ballet — 23J x 29J (Gooden & Fo.x), £99 15s. 

82 Sims, C, A.R.A., Julia — 27^ x 35^ (Sampson), £162 15s. 

83 Stott, Edward, A.R.A. The two mothers, circular — 34 ins. diam. (Marshall) 

£262 lOS. 

84 Cox, D., 1851, The stepping-stones — i7j- x 24 (King), £84. 

85 Fantin-Latour, H., 1869, Peaches — 7^ x lof (Lacey), £60 i8s. 

86 Knight, J. Buxton, 1903, The farm stream — 27J x 351- (Iceton), £50 8s. 

87 Portielje, G., An Albanian lady, panel — 29J x 23* (Clayton), £15 15s. 

88 Farquharson, J., .A.R.A., Homewards — 37^^ x 60 (EUis), £52 los. 

89 Gibson, W. A., R.S.A., The Hill of Ord— 39 x 49 (Naylor), £105. 

90 Fraser, Alex., R.S.A., An East Coast harbour — 27 x 35 (Laurence 

£44 2S. 

91 Heffner, Karl, Norfolk Broads — 25 x 31 (Gooden & Fox), £36 15s. 

92 Heffner, Karl, Windsor Castle — 22 x 28J (Lees), £27 6s. 

93 Hurt, Louis B. On the moors — 17J x 23J (Willis), £37 i6s. 

94 Weiss, Jos^,, On the Eure, Normandy ; and October m Normandy, a pair — 

15^ X 23 (Sampson), £44 2S. 

95 Luker, W., 1898, Village pasture — 15J x 23!- (Salberg), £2 12s. 6d. 

96 Frith, W. P., R.A., Hope ; and Fear, a pan: — 32J x 30 (Lister), £50 8s. 

97 Lambert, L. Eug., Hounds in a ferry — 22 x 31J (Norman), £15 15s. 

98 Sell, C, Outposts, panel— 4i x 5J (Lindlar), £8 8s. 

99 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1838, Interior of a shed with cattle, sheep and poultry, 

panel — 17 x 23J (Ellis), £31 los. 
100 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1837, Inteiior of a highland stable with figures, ponies. 

dog and poultry, panel — 17* x 23J (Ellis), £36 15s. 
lor Sell, C. 1876, Incident in the Franco-Prussian War, panel — 12^ x 17 (Lindlar), 

£31 los. 



46 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

102 Dever, H., 1865, The butterfly— 18J x 9J (HoUand), £6 6s. 

103 Geza, Vastagh, Lion and lioness — 51J x 71 (Niello), £131 5s. 

104 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., Spring-time at Cropthome — 15J X 21J (Sampson , 

£8 8s. 

105 Leader, B. W. R.A., 1875, The silver Thames — 21J x 36 (Sampson), £60 18s. 

106 Pelham, T. K., Moorish dancing-girl — 29I x 24^ (Holmes), £6 6s. 

107 Pelham, T. K., The Sister Minstrels at Granada — 35J x 27i (Sampson), 

£8 8s. 

108 Percy, S. R., 1861 , Sunny landscape — 23} x 37 (Gooden & Fox), £18 i8s. 

109 Herring, Benjamin, Two horses' heads, ckcular — 13 ins. diam. (Mitchell), 

£4 14s. 6d. 
no Herring, J. F., sen.. Horse in a stable — 27| x 35J (Misell, junr.), £1 is. 

111 Hunter, CoUn, A.R.A., 1869, Glen Falloch— 28 x 47i (Sale), £21. 

112 Orpen, W., A.R.A., The old cucus — 35 x 26J (Turner). £22 is. 

113 Thomas, Grosvenor Low tide, panel — iij x 15* (Francisovitch), £5 5s. 

Property of the late W. Pearce, Esq., Carlton Lodge, 
Eastbourne. 

DRAWINGS. 

114 Couutry mansion — 13 x 19I (H. Pearce), £1 iis. 6d. 

115 Callow, W., Views off the coast ; and Lake scenes, six in two frames (Sampson), 

£30 9S- 

116 Chambers, G., 1837, Storm on the coast — SJ x 13J (Bowden), £4 4s. 

117 Cox, D., Head of Windermere — 7 x 10 (King), £46 4s. 

118 Davidson, C, Haymaking ; and Venice ; Moonlight, by C. Werner, 1869 

(Sampson), £4 14s. 6d. 

119 Doyle, R., Garden of the Hesperides — 9 x 6| (Amor), £3 3s. 

120 Doyle, R., Beauty and the Beast ; Pets ; and The guardian angel, pen and 

ink (Henry), £4 4s. 

121 Duncan, E., Brading, Isle of Wight — 13J x 20J (Bowden), £3 3s. 

122 Duncan, E., 1866, Dunolly Castle — 9J x 13J (Wallace), £3 3s. 

123 Fielding, C, Skiddaw — 6J x 9J (Sampson), £6 6s. 

124 Fielding, C, Hilly landscape with two tall trees— 6i x loj (Sampson) 

£7 7s. 

125 Foster, Birket, Homestead in Surrey with cattle — 7j x 13J (Sampson), 

£136 lOS. 

126 Foster, Birket, River scene with a flock of sheep : Sunset — 8 x 11 (Sampson), 

£126. 

127 Mole, J. H., 1861, Returning home — 9i X 16J (King), £25 4s. 

128 Mulready, W., R.A., 1857, A female seated looking down, red and black 

chalk — 18 J X II (Sampson), £5 5s. 

129 Mulready, W., R.A., Male figure seated on the ground, red and black chalk — 

15J X i')i (Sampson), £1 us. 6d. 



Christie's.] December 5, 1913. 47 



130 Mulready, W., R.A., Male figure resting on his elbow ; and Man with a beard 

red and black chalk (Henry), £6 6s. 

131 Mulready, W., R.A., Male figure resting on his left knee; and Male figiire 

seated ; red and black chalk (Sampson), {,^ 14s. 6d. 

132 Pearson, C, 1861, River scene with cattle watering — 6| x 18J (King), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

133 Pickersgill, F. R., R.A., 1855, Adoration of the Magi — 14J x 20-(Bowden), 

£26 5s. 

134 Rowbotham, T. L., 1855, Lago Maggiore — i2i x 20 (Permain) £21. 

135 Smith, Collingwood, Morning : Tintem ; Noon : Streatham ; Evening : 

Brough ; and Night : Broadstairs, a set of four in one frame — 7i X 10 
each (Baker), £10 los. 

PICTURES. 

136 Chambers, G., 1837, Fishing-boats in a breeze, panel — 13^ x 18 (Permain), 

£27 6s. 

137 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1859, Godstow Bridge, Oxford — gi x 13^ (Permain), 

£•7 7s. 

138 Creswick, T., R.A., Beech trees, panel — 29 x 24^ (Henry), £r8 i8s. 

139 Creswick, T., R.A., Vale of Llangollen — 19 x 27 (BoydeU), £11 iis. 

140 Egg, A. L., R.A., An Itahan duet — 41 x.33^ (Mrs. Pearce), £11 iis. 

141 Frith, W. P., R.A., 1859, Scene in Mar=helsea Prison ; see Dickens's " Little 

Dorrit," p. 4 — r2J x loj- (Sampson), £17 17s. 

142 Gilbert, A., 1851, The haunt of the heron ; and the plains of Mexico, by 

D. J. Egerton 1838 (Henry), £4 4s. 

143 Lancaster, H., Dutch river scene with hay-barges — i6i x 24J (Pawsey and 

Payne), £8 8s. 

144 Luinell, J., sen., 1856, Sunset on Southampton Water— 36^ x 55 (Sampson), 

£273- 
14.S Linnell, J., sen., 1857, Kensington gravel pits, panel — -riV x 19 (Henry), 

£27 6s. 
14G Linnell, William, 1856, Dairy farm — 28 x 40 (Sampson), £24 3s. 

147 Linton, W., Vale of Lonsdale — 49* x 72 (Mrs. Pearce), £4 4s. 

148 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., Wandering thoughts — 14 x 10 (Sampson). 

£14 14s. 

149 Miiller, W., 1843, Welsh landscape with peasants and fann-horses — 42 x 67 

(Sampson), £54 12s. 

150 Phillip, J., R.A.. 1851, The simbeam, panel — 32.V x 41.V (Mitchell). 

£52 I OS. 

151 Phillip, J., R.A., Head of a Spanish lady — 13^^ x iij (Sampson). £5 15s. 6d. 

152 Poole, P. F., R.A., 1857, A field conventicle ; R.A., 1857 — 42J x 60 (Mrs. 

Pearce), £44 2S. 

153 Poole, P. F., R.A., 1844, Lucy Ashton — 23! x 19^ (Mitchell), £7 7s. 

154 Poole, P. F., R.A., i860, At the spring — 18 x 12J (Clayton), £17 17s. 



48 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



155 Poole, P. F., R.A., 1856-7 A gipsy mother and child ; and The pet lamb a 

pair, panel — 7i x 5^ (Mrs. Pearce), £25 4s. 

156 Pyne, J. B., 1S49, Venice— 2oJ^ x 29J (Sampson), £44 2S. 

157 Puller, J. A., A Punch and Judy show — g\ x 7i (Sampson), £10 los. 

158 Stanfield, C, R.A.. 1854, River scene with boats, a chirrch and buildings on 

the left — 14 x 9 (Vicars), £ro ros. 

159 Webster, T., R.A., Darby and Joan, panel — 131- x 17^ (Henry), £52 los. 



Puttick's.] December 5, 191 3. 49 



December 5, 1913. Puttick's. 

Engravings, including portion of the Stock of Mr. Gustav 
Lauser ; Portraits in mezzotint, line, and stipple ; Baxter 
Colour Prints, etc. 



The second portion of the stock of Mr. Gustav Lauser, 
late of Garrick Street, W.C. 

R. COSWAY. 

1 Melania (Mrs. Robinson), by j/Cond6, in brown, large margins (Holliday), £2. 

2 Mrs. Jackson, by the same (Meatyard), £3 12s. 6d. 

3 The fair moralist and her pupil (Mrs. Hardinge and son), by Bartolozzi, open 

letter proof (Weydelin), £2 17s. 6d. 

4 Mrs. Swinburne, by M. Bovi, proof before letters, in brown (De Bruyne), i8s. 

5 Miss Barker, by the same, proof before letters, in red (Meatyard), £4 7s. 6d. 

6 Signora Allegranti, by Bartolozzi, in red (Meatyard), £2. 

7 Lady Anna Maria Stanhope, by A. Cardon, large margins (Titley), £2 15s. 
10 Hon. Mrs. E. Bouverie, by Cond6 (Meatyard), £6. 

12 John Hugh Griffith, Esq., by V. Green, mezzotint (Astley), £1 los. 
15 Childen feeding ducks, by C. Knight, after W Hamilton, oval, in brown 
(Meatyard), £2 los 

17 Lady Charlotte Greville, by J. Young, after J. Hoppner, mezzotint (Miller), 

£34 13s. 

18 Christopher de Dreyer, by J. Jones, after Abbott, and another (Webber), 

£2 15s. 

19 Ludit Amabiliter,- by Ryland, after Kauffman, in red (Maggs), £4 5s. 

20 Ditto, without margin, and two others (Yeulett), £3. 

21 Una, by Thos. Burke, after Kauffman, oval, in brown (Brail), £2. 

22 The death of Eloisa, by and after the same, and two others (A. Wolff), £1 12s. 

24 Master Lambton, by S. Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence, mezzotint (Nield), 

;fi3 13s. 

G. MORLAND. 

25 The turnpike gate, by W. Ward, with large margins, framed (Yeulett), £23 2S- 

26 Children playing at soldiers, by G. Keating, mezzotint, framed (Brail), £10 los. 

27 Fishermen going out, by S. W. Reynolds, open letter proof, framed (Brail), 

£4 los. 

28 The soldier's return, by Graham, in brown (Titley), £3 17s. 6d. 

29 The millers, by S. W. Re>'nolds, proof before all letters (Titley), £2 15s. 

30 Harley and Old Edwards, at the grave of Young Edwards, by Petit (Titley), £1. 

31 Her Royal Highness the Princess Mary, by W. Nutter, after H. Ramberg, 

oval (W. Sabin), £2 iis. 

33 Lady Charles Spencer, by W. Dickinson, after the same (Breun), £9. 

34 Mrs. Sheridan as St. Cecilia, by W. Dickinson, second state, framed (MiUer), 

£25 4S. 

35 Mrs. Jordan as " The Romp," by Ogbome, after Romney, open letter proof 

(Breun), £5 5s. 

36 Clara, by and after J. R. Smith, proof, mezzotint (Lawrence), £1 2s. 6d. 

37 Visit to the grandmother, by J . R. Smith, after Northcote, mezzotint (Brail), 

{.7 15s. 



50 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

38 Going to cover — Getting a staxt — Quizzing a novice — Crossing a man in a 

leap — Charging a man in a ditch — Stopping to pick up your hat — Over- 
riding and riding over — Coming in at the death ; set of eight, in colours 
(Rimell), £12 12s. 

39 Death and burial of Tom Moody, after Wolstenholme, a pair, in colours (Titley), 

1 8s. 

40 Celebrated racehorse " Top," by Whessell, after B. Marshall, in colours (RimeU), 

£t 2S. 

41 " The roadsters," in colours (BraU), £1. 

42 The fifth of November, and Bufiet the bear, by C. Knight, after Stothard, 

proofs, a pair (Brail), £3 12s. 6d. 

43 Going to school ; and Coming from school, by and after the same, ovals, a 

pair (Withers), £2 5s. 

44 Lucy of Leinster, by W. Ward, oval, in colours (Brail), £5 los. 

F. Bartolozzi. 
46 Spring, after Westall, open letter proof (Lawrence), £1 5s. 

49 Girl and squirrel ; and Boy with apples, ovals, in brown (Wickens), £2 5s. 

50 Girl with a bird, after Ramberg, in brown (Barnard), £1 6s. 

51 Countess Spencer, after Gainsborough, proof, in red, and another (Titley), 

£1 6s. 

52 Damon and Musidora, and Celadon and Amelia, after KaufEman, ovals, in 

red (BraU), £3 7s. 6d. 

53 Queen Margaret and the robber, and the companion, after Kaufiman, proofs 

(Wolff), £r 15s. 

54 Miss Wallis, in brown (Yeulett), £2 15s. 

55 Boy with tambourine ; and Girl with triangle, ovals, in brown, a pair (BraU), 

£2 5S. 

58 Mrs. MuUens, open letter proof, in colours (BraU), £3. 

59 Frail Kitty, oval, in brown, framed (Lawrence), £1 6s. 

61 Wheatley, The Fair ; and The Show, by Bartolozzi, ovals, proofs before 

letters (Davis), £6 5s. 

62 Wheatley, The Samnite marriage, and companion, by W. Ward, mezzotints 

(BraU), £1 15s. 

63 Wheatley, Old chairs to mend, by Vendramini (Rimell), £2 los. 

Framed. 

64 Children reading the inscription on their mother's gravestone, by W. Ward, 

after R. M. Paye (Meatyard), £1 17s. 6d. 

65 Girl sketching a portrait on the ground, by and after the same (Yeulett), 

£2 17s. 6d. 

66 Samuel Whitbread, Esq., by S. W. Reynolds, after Opie, open letter proof 

(Lawrence), £2 7s. 6d. 

67 Thomas Oldaker, on his favourite hunter " Brush," by Woodman, after B. 

Marshall (RimeU), £10 los. 

68 The rat catcher, by Laurie, after Ostade, proof, mezzotint (Chaundy), £3 ids. 

69 Miss Macdonald, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint 

(HoUiday), £4 los. 

70 Lord Nelson, by Bell, after Beechey, mezzotint (Meatyard), £4 tos. 



Various Properties. 

76 Baxter, The small bride (Langdale), £4 2s. 6d. 

83 Incidents (20) in the life of Napoleon (De Bruyne), £2 los. 

89 Benjamin Hallett, mezzotint (Lawrence), £1 iis. 



Puttick's.] December 5, 1913. 51 

92 Fnmingo, by J. McArdell, mezzotint, and one other (Pollard), £2. 

93 The bird's nest, by V. Green, after J. G. Huck, mezzotint (Chaundy), £2 12s. 

94 Lady Grosvenor, by C. Turner, after Sir T. Lawrence (Drummond), £1 19s. 

95 Lady Leicester, by H. Meyer, after Lawrence (Lawrence), £i 13s. 
108 Boydell illustrations to the works of Shakespeare, 2 vols. (Clarke), £6. 

115 Le Jeu de Cache Cache Mitoulas, and companion, after Lancret, and another 

(Brail), £4 I2S. 6d. 
123 Hon. East India Company's Ship William Fairlie leaving Prince of Wales 

Island, by Duncan, after Huggins, aquatint (Meatyard), £i 12s. 6d. 

139 Durer, A., Knight and the lady (Long), £-i. 

140 Durer, A., St. Jerome, woodcut ; Knight and the lady ; and Hostess with 

the cock (Barnard), £3 5s. 
143 Head of Christ, in oval frame, an early woodcut, in colours (Long), £2 2S. 
157 Mrs. Hardinge and child, by Bartolozzi, after R. Cosway (Lawrence), £1 is. 

159 Father's darling, by Freeman and Stadler, after A. Buck, in colours (Long), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

160 Expectation, by W."Ward, oval, in brown (Brail), £1 los. 

i6r Cries of London. " Mackerel " ; and " Hot spiced gingerbread," by Vendramini, 

after F. Wheatley (Rimell), £5 5s. 
162 Cries of London. " Milk below maids," by L. Schiavonetti, after F. Wheatley, 

etched letter proof (Rimell), £i. 

169 Innocent play ; and The wanton trick, by and after P. W. Tomkins, a pair 

of ovals, in colours (Pollard), £46 4s. 

170 Playing at marbles ; and Children with mousetrap, proof, by Bartolozzi and 

Delattre, after Hamilton, ovals, in colours, a pair (Leigh), £24 3s. 
176 Blouzelind, by W. Dickinson, after H. Bunbury, in colours (W. Sabin), £23 2S. 

178 Shepherd and companion, after the same, in colours (De Bruyne), £1 2%. 

179 Infancy ; Youth ; Manhood ; and Old age, by Parr, after Lancret, a set of four 

(Brail), £3 3S. 

180 L'Eventail Casse ; and L'Amant Ecoute, by Bonnet, in colours, a pair (Leigh), 

£63. 

182 Master Crewe as Henry VIII, by J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

mezzotint, with large margins, second state (Allan), £4. 

183 Portrait of a lady, by Wilkin, after Hoppner, proof (Davis), £4 los. 

185 Duchess of York, by W. Dickinson, after J. Hoppner, mezzotint (Leigh), £10 los. 

186 Mrs. Abingdon, by E. Judkins, after Sir J. Reynolds, mezzotint (Sotheran), 

£g 19s. 6d. 

187 Juvenile employment, by W. Ward, after J. Rising, mezzotint, in colours, 

with large margins (Leigh), £48 6s. 
193 Adoration, by W. Ward, after R. M. Paye, circle, in colours (Nelson), £4 15s. 
199 Black, brown and fair, by and after J. R. Smith, circle, in colours, cut close 

(W. Sabin), £19 8s. 6d. 

204 Lady Caroline Montague as " Winter," by J. R. Smith, after Sir J. Rejmolds, 

mezzotint, first state ( ), £1. 

205 The gamesters, by W. Ward, and The fortune teller, by J. R. Smith, after 

Rev. W. Peters, mezzotints, a pair (Leigh), £31 los. 

206 Lady Eleanor Wigram, by C. Turner, proof before all letters, mezzotint (Elliott) , 

£4 15s. 

207 Mrs. " Q.," by W. Blake, after Huet Villiers, in colours (Nelson), £42. 

215 Affectionate daughter, and Fihal piety, by J. Eginton, after F. Wheatley, in 

colours, a pair (Nelson), £24 3s. 

216 A tribute to the memory of the late Vice- Admiral Lord Viscount Nelson, by 

J. Yovmg, after J. Hopkins, mezzotint, in colours (Titley), £5 5s. 



52 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

217 British naval victors, by Valentine Green, after L. F. Abbot, R. M. Pa ye, 

Gainsborough, Dupont, and F. Gates, mezzotints, in colours (Titley), 
£7 15?. 

218 Mrs. Musters as " Hebe," by C. H. Hodges, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzo- 

tint (Hood), £10 los. 

219 Mrs. Musters, by J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint (Hood), £21. 

220 George Washington, Esq., General and Commander-in-Chief of the Continental 

Army in America, done from an original drawing from the life, by H. 
Campbell, of Williamsburgh, in Virginia, published by C. Shepherd, Sept. 
gth, 1775, mezzotint, in colours (Maggs), £15 15s. 

221 Major-General John Sullivan, a distinguish'd ofiScer in the Continental Army, 

published by Thos. Hart, August 22nd, 1776, mezzotint, in colours (Morris), 
jfi7 17s. 

222 The Honble. Sir Wm. Howe, by and after Corbutt, published by John Morris, 

November loth, 1777, mezzotint, in colovurs (F. Sabin), £21. 

223 The Right Hon. Richard Lord Howe, by and after the same, and published by 

the same, mezzotint, in colours (Morris), £17 17s. 

224 Horatio Gates, Esq., Major-General of the American Forces, published by John 

Morris, January 2nd, 1778, mezzotint, in colours (Maggs), £15 15s. 

Framed. 

225 The return from market, by J. R. Smith, after G. Morland, mezzotint, in 

colours (Brail), £5. 

226 Mrs. Jordan as " The Romp," by Ogborne, after Romney (Orford), £1 12s. 6d. 

227 The hand-maid, by J. Hogg, after H. Walton (Orford), £1 12s. 6d. 

228 Charles I, by J. Simon, mezzotint, in colours, on glass (Mrs. Grove), £5 5s. 

229 Mrs. Bilhngton as " St. Cecilia," by J. Ward, mezzotint (Maggs), £4. 

230 Lady Eleanor Wigram, by C. Turner, after Lawrence, mezzotint, proof, with 

large margins (Webber), £g. 

231 The Count d'Harcourt, " Le Cadet 4 la Perle," by Masson, after Mignard 

(Maggs), £2 7s. 6d. 

232 Painting ; and Sculpture, by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani ; and Russia, by Tomkins, 

ovals, in colours (Brail), £S 8s. 

233 Venus attired by the Graces, by Bartolozzi, after Kaufiman, oval, in red 

(Allan), £g 9s. 

234 Father's darUng, by Freeman and Stadler, after A. Buck, aquatints, in colours 

(Brail), £3- 

235 Classical subject, by Burke, after Kauffman, circle, in brown, proof (Sotheran), 

£3- 

236 Lady Hamilton's attitudes, by G. Townley Stubbs. in colours, a set of six 

(Jacobson), £g 9s. 

237 Le Soleil, by Gouaz, after Eisen (Sotheran), £1 5s. 

240 Chances of the steeplechase, by C. Hunt, after J. Pollard, aquatints, in colours 

(Titley), £1 los. 

241 Leicestershire. A struggle for the start, after John Dean Paul, aquatint, in 

colours (W. Sabin), £1 12s. 6d. 

242 Infancy, by C. White, after Cosway, oval, in colours (Hatton), £4 15s. 

246 A trip to Melton, after Aiken, aquatints, in colours, fourteen plates, in six 

frames (Maggs), £2 7s. 6d. 

247 Leicestershire Coverts, after Aiken, a set of four aquatints, in colours (Maggs), 

£4 5S. 

248 High mettled racer, by and after Wolstenholme, aquatints, in colours, a set 

of four (Brail), £3 15s. 



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249 Durer, A., Melancholia (Barnard), £13 13s. 

250 His Majesty reviewing troops at Blackheath, by Pollard, after Mason (Blythe), 

£2 7s. 6d. 



Decembers, 1913. Christie's. 

Modern Pictures and Water-Colour Drawings, the Pro- 
perty of the late Sir Charles Burt, Hillside House, Richmond, 
Surrey ; and Pictures and Drawings from other sources. 



Property of the late Sir Charles Burt, Hillside House, 
Richmond, Surrey. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Cruickshank, W., A dead chaflSnch, and A dead greenfinch with nests, a pair — 

6| X loi (Howard), £2 5s. 

2 Hamilton, W., R.A., Classical landscape with nymphs dancing — 13 x 17 

(Simpson), £1 los. 

3 Sturgeon, R., 1894, Violets — 25} x 2ii (Burt), £1 15s. 

PICTURES. 

4 Conti, T., Guido painting the portrait of Beatrice Cenci — 40 X 30 (Schroeder), 

£S IDS. 

5 Hering, G. E., Villa Franca, near Nice — 26 x 44J (Sampson), £6 6s. 

6 Hilverdink, A., 1872, Amsterdam — 22 x 33 (Schroeder), £2 12s. 6d. 

7 Jacobs, F., 1872, In the larder, panel — 25 x 20 (Grose), £2 12s. 6d. 

8 Knebel, F., 1856, In the Roman Campagna — ^26 x 4oi (Cubitt), £1 is. 

9 Kuhnens, Victor, The church-door — 28 X 23 (Burt), £1 5s. 

10 Miller, J., 1884, Salmon fishers : Ayrshire coast — 19J X 29J (Burt), £3 13s. 6d. 

11 Mogford, J., Menai Straits— 22i X 36 (Burt), £5 5s. 

12 Oliver, J. B., 1867, Carting hay — 23^ X 41! (Lewers), £1 4s. 

13 Percy, S. R., 1864, View near Barmouth, North Wales — 23 X 37J (Mitchell), 

£5 5s. 

14 Ranzone, J., A sprat to catch a whale — 23 x 29 (Nathan), £4 14s. 6d. 

15 Sebin, H. v.. Winter fuel, panel ; and A Spanish peasant (Grose), £1 12s. 

16 Yewell, G. H., 1881, A Turkish bazaar, Cairo — 21 X 28 (Biurt), £2 2S. 

The Property of a Lady. 

PICTURES. 

17 Bretland, T., 1854, Portrait of " West Australian " in a stable — 22i X 29J 

(Wyndham), £4 4s. 

18 Hall, H., 1870, Portrait of " Pedro Gomez," with jockey up — 27x35 (Fores), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

19 Hall, H., Portrait of " Kingston " with jockey up — 22i X 29i (Pawsey and 

Payne), £7 7s. 

20 Hall, H., 1881, Portrait of " Fox Hall " in a stable— 16| X 2oi (Fores), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

21 Hardy, James, jun., 1885, A good bag — 25^ X 34 (Mitchell), £48 6s. 

22 Hardy, James, jun., 1884, On the moors — 24^ X 33^ (Mitchell), £52 los. 

23 Herring, J. F., sen., 1847, Three horses' heads and a pigeon — 2ii x 29^ (Baird 

Carter), £35 14s. 

24 Marshall, B., A gamecock ; and A partridge and a snipe, by J.N. Sartorius, 

two in one frame (Cyres), £15 15s. 



54 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

25 Reville, H. Whittaker, Portraits of " Minting " and " Ormonde '' (Pawsey and 

Payne), £2 2s. 

26 Towne, C, A spaniel and a woodcock in a landscape, panel — gj X iij (Pawsey 

and Payne), £7 7%. 

27 Verboeckhoven, E., Ewes, lamb and poultry, panel — 7| X loj (Vicars), 

£15 15s. 



DRAWINGS. 

28 Erabazon, H. B., Venice — 64 X 10 (Wallis), £12 12s. 

29 Brabazon, H. B., A corner in Cairo — gj x i3i (Wood), £7 17s. 6d. 

30 Brabazon, H. B., The park at Oatlands — 9 x 13 (Wood), £6 i6s. 6d. 

31 Brabazon, H. B., Guelder roses in a green vase ; and Flowers in a jar (Carfax), 

£11 IIS. 

32 Pilsbury, Wilmot, 1902, A village crolfe — 10 x 14^ (Kilby), £4 14s. 6d. 

33 Caf6eri, H., The fish-market ; and Russet Woodlands, by Baragwanath King 

(White), £4 4S. 

34 Cossaar, J. C. W., A busy spot ; and Going to school (Opp6), £1 2s. 

35 Cox, D., Welsh valley with peasant and horse — 13J x igj (Wylde), £7 7s. 

36 Parsons, Alfred, R.A., On the north slope of Fujisan, Japan (Misell, junr.), 

los. 6d. 

37 Mole, J. H., Whitecliff, near Swanage, Dorset — loi X 2if (Mitchell), £21. 

38 Cox, D., 1846, View of a castle— 8J x iij (Eric), £8 8s. 

39 Tissot, J. J., The Duke of Rutland: An original drawing for Vanity Fair, 

September 16, 1871 — 12 x 7\ (Drummond), £8 8s. 

40 Cozens, J. R., Villa d'Este, Tivoli — 12 X 11 (Palser), £6 6s. 

41 Faed, T., R.A., 1841, Irish types, charcoal — 8 X 7j (Justice), £1 los. 

42 Girtin, T., Furness Abbey — 12 X i8i (Cornford), £7 7s. 

43 Rowbotham, Chas., 1884, Liverno — 16 X 26 (Mitchell), £4 14s. 6d. 

44 Brabazon, H. B-, Santa Maria Maggiore ; and On the Rhine (Brown & Phillips), 

£10 lOS. 
43 Rowbotham, Chas., 1883, Spezia, Gulf of Genoa ; and Bellaggio, Lake Como, 
a pair — 13 x 26 (Mitchell), £6 i6s. 6d. 

46 Rowbotham, Chas., 1882, Bellaggio, Lake Como — ^iij x 24 (Kilby), £4 4s. 

PICTURES. 

47 Lavery, J., A.R.A., In the rose garden ; and By the lake, a pair — -133 X gj 

(Wallis), £27 6s. 

48 Lavery, J., A.R.A., By the river — gj x i3f (Wallis), £16 i6s. 

49 Lavery, J., A.R.A., In the study — 13^ X gj (Wallis), £24 3s. 

50 Noble, J. S., 1882, Minding the game, panel — 15^ X 23J (Sampson), £16 i6s. 

51 Lewis, C. J., 1863, A flower garden — 11 X isj (Sampson), £2 5s. 

52 Hardy, Heywood, 1882, The morning ride, panel — -174 X iii (Cassell), 

£13 13s. 

53 Lavery, J., A.R.A., On the beach — 13I- X 6i (Wallis), £11 iis. 

54 Lewis, J. F., R.A., 1858, An Eastern bazaar — 19 X 38^ (James), £3 3s. 

55 Jones, C, 1873, Sheep resting — 29^ X 24J (C. Joseph), £19 igs. 

56 Nahrishson, A., 1868, The house of cards— i8i X 27^ (White), £3 13s. 6d. 

57 Thaulow, Fritz, La Pluie en Ville — 14^ X 18 (Bell), £31 los. 

58 Croegacrt, J., A vegetable and poultry seller, panel — 20 J X i8i (Cassell), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

59 Yglesias, V. P., Tewkesbury Abbey in a bygone day — 39 X 66 (Holmes), 

£10 lOS. 

60 Yglesias, V. P., A golden common ; R.A., 1886 — 39 X 66 (Holmes), £10 los. 



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61 Herring, J. F., Farmyard with horses, pigs and poultry — 27i X 35i (Barker)» 

£11 IIS. 

62 Clark, J., 1882, Daddy's darling— 30^ x 2ii (Misell), iz 2s. 

63 Webb, J., 1865, View of Melton from the marshes — 23J X 4ii (Barker), £6 6s. 

64 Monticelli, A. T. J., Nymphs in a wood, panel — I4i X 12J (Sampson), £2 2S. 

65 Luker, W., 1884, Watering cattle : Jersey— 29i X 50 (C. Joseph), £3 13s. 6.d 

66 Luker, W., 1886, Ploughing ; and Cattle grazing (Justice), £2 2S. 

67 Etty, W., R.A., Venus attiring, panel — 31 x 42i (Mitchell), £21. 

68 Campotosto, H., Fruit — q\ X i3i (Bower), £2 2s. 

69 Evans, Bernard, The home farm — 15J X 52^ (Sampson), £3 13s. 6d. 

70 Johnson, Cyrus, 1899, Moltenort, Bay of Kiel ; and Sunshine and shower, by 

Frank Walton, panel (Bale), '£5 5s. 

71 Wood, C. M., Roses and meadowsweet — 21 X 17 (Lewers), £4 4s. 

72 Koekkoek, W., Zaandam, Holland— 20J X 26i (Bate), £5 5s. 

73 Watson, W., 1896, Morning : Loch Awe— 23^ X 35 (Mitchell), £38 17s. 

74 Goodall, F., R.A., 1871, Street scene in Cairo — 14 X 10 (Tatham), £8 i8s. 6d. 

75 Watson, Sydney, 1911, Glen Lyon, Perthshire, N.B. — 15J X 23^ (Holland), 

£8 8s. 

76 Glendening, A., jun.. Wild flowers — 23^ x 19 (Reid), £4 14s. 6d. 

^!^ Etty, W., R.A., A nymph reclining, panel — 19J X 26 (Ledger), £10 los. 

78 Anderson, W., Fishing-boats in a calm off the coast — 15J X 23} (Thoma ), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

79 Anderson, W., River scene with boats and figures, panel — 16 X 22 (James), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

80 Eysden, R. v., The duet, panel — 22% x 26J (Sampson), £4 4s. 

81 Stichart, A., 1878, The glow-worm— 13^ X 10 (Batten), £3 13s. 6d. 

82 Rotoan, Jose, 1857, Peasant-boy — 23 X i5i (Batten), £1 los. 

83 Weekes, H., jun., Rounding-up the cattle — 35J X 72 (Barker), £12 12s. 

84 Shayer, W., sen.. The removal — 29J X 24^ (Mitchell), £71 8s. 

85 Verboeckhoven, E., 1866, Ewes and lambs in a hilly landscape, panel — 6x10 

(Lyons), £29 8s. 

Property of the late H. Ferrier-Kerr, Esq. 

DRAWINGS. 

86 French School; Heads of ladies, a pair, pastels — 17 X 13 (Leger), £9 gs. 

87 King, J. Baragwanath, Winter's day : Tideford, Cornwall — 20* X 28* 

(Justice), £2. 

88 King, J. Baragwanath, An April day: Par Bay, Cornwall; and A calm 

(Gifford), £3 13s. 6d. 

89 Marshall, R. A. K., A summer evening : near Horsebridge, Hants ; and Even- 

tide after rain : looking towards Ashburnham, Sussex, a pair — 13I x 20} 
(Mitchell), £3 3s. 

90 Morrish, W. S., 1895, East Okemcnt, with Mill Tor and Yester ; and British 

Bridge, Wallabrook, Wild Tor, a pair — 8 x 19 (Lewers), £2 los. 

91 Murray, David, R.A., A stream with ducks — 9 X 6] (Agnew), £3 3s. 

92 Rosalba, N>Tnph holding laurel wreath, pastel — 22i X 20 (Bellman), £8 8s. 

93 West, David, Sea-piece with fishing boats; and The morning tide, by J. 

Baragwanath King (Barron), £3 13s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

94 Lancret, The masquerade, panel — loj X 13 (Schroeder), £11 iis. 

95 Morrish, W. S., 1897, A moorland pasture — 13J X 23J (Gifford), £2 2S. 



56 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

96 Scott, J. Beattie, Clearing mist — 29i X 24! (Misell, jun.), los. 6d. 

97 Watteau, Lovers ; and Ladies in a garden, a pair — 20 X 16 (Granage), £35 14s. 

98 Watteau, Surprised ; and The elopement, panel (Pawsey & Payne), £8 8s. 

99 West, David, Sand-pits— 19J X 29J (Reid), £1 ris. 6d. 



The Property of a Gentleman. 

DRAWINGS. 
100 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1892, Morning ; and Evening, a pair — 5J x 8J (White), 

£10 IDS. 

loi Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1892, Cattle watering ; and Cattle resting, a pair — 
5} X 8} (Lacey), £10 los. 

102 Cooper, T. S., R.A., Cattle ; and Cattle and sheep by a stream, a pair — 

5i X 8| (Holland), £8 8s. 

103 Cooper, T. S., R.A., Three cows and two sheep by a stream : Stormy sky — 

5i X 8i (Thomas), £6 6s. 

104 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1894, Three sheep, circular — 4I ins. diameter (Sampson), 

£7. 

105 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1883-7, Three cows, sepia ; and Four cows, Indian ink 

wash (Lacey), £5 5s. 

106 Cooper, T. S., R.A., The children of the mist, a study in sepia ; and A group 

of cattle : Sunset (Lewis), £5 5s. 

107 Syer, J., 1859, Hanham Ferry, near Bristol — i2i X 2oi (Mitchell), £6 i6s. 6d. 

108 Syer, J., 1863, Beaumaris, North Wales — 12 X 19J (Bell), £4 4s. 

109 Syer, J., Tynemouth, Northumberland — 11 X 16 J (Noke), £4 4s. 

no Warne-Brown, A., 1889, An evening tide — 23 X 35 (Lewis), £10 los. 

PICTURES. 

111 Bindley, Frank, 1881, " I cannot mind my wheel, mother, I cannot mind my 

wheel ; You know not what my heart must know, you feel not what I 
feel," etc. — 27^ X 35J (Holloway), £4 4s. 

112 Bonington, Refreshment in the hayfield, on panel ; and The plough (Barker), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

113 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1879, Cattle in a stream : Evening — 19J x 39J (Woods), 

£15 15s. 

114 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1869, Sheep in the meadows — 23J X 35 (Barker), £81 i8s. 

115 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1847, The drover's sweepstake, a study — 23^ x 35J 

(Barker), £26 5s. 

116 Cooper, T. S., R A., 1856, A sheep " Lew " : East Kent, panel ; R.A., 1856 — 

19 X 27i (Cox), £68 5s. 

117 Cooper, T. S., R.A., Donkeys on the beach — 19 X 29 (Lewis), £10 los. 

118 Cooper, T. S., R.A., In the snowstorm — i7i X 23^ (Brooks), £9 9s. 

119 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1893, Cow and three sheep in a meadow — 20^ X 16 

(Hyam), £33 12s. 

120 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1889, Cattle on a road — 21 X 15J (Pacey), £21. 

121 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1897, Peasants driving cattle and sheep — 16 X 22 (Wylde), 

£17 17s. 

122 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1893, Cattle in a shed — 13 X I7i (Bell), £9 9s. 

123 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1891, The ford— 8i X iij (Hardy), £8 8s. 

124 Darvall, H., 1852, Ophelia, lunette ; and An old boat (Wells), £2. 

125 Dawson, H., Cattle in a stream — 28J x 37i (Hardy), £10 los. 

126 Dawson, H., 1861, Windsor lock — igj x 29J (Hardy), £16 i6s. 



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127 Dawson, H., Lane through a wood with peasant and dog — i8J X 27i (Linsey,) 

iT-y 17s. 

128 Dawson, H., The avenue : Peasants and cattle by a stream in foreground — 

i7i X 29 (Linsey), £6 6s. 

129 Dawson, H., Landscape with classical ruins, panel — i6i X 22i (Maud), £3 3s. 

130 Dawson, H., 1867, The canal — 17 x 13 (Maud), £3 3s. 

13T Dawson, H., 1878, Ancient Greece, panel — gj x r3j (Raine), £8 8s. 

132 Garland, H., 1883, A boat-builder's "shop : R.A., 1883— 27^ X 43i (Mellish), 

i7 7s. 

133 Hill, J. J., r88o, An Irish village — 23 X 39! (Wendover), £18 r8s. 

134 Hill, J. J., Noon— 17J X 26i (Yeulett), £9 gs. 

135 Hill, J. J., Peasant woman and chUd — 23 x 20 (Huggins), £11 lis. 

136 Hill, J. J., The first-bom, a pair— 5 x 4J (Yeulett), £4 4s. 

137 HUl, J. J., 1878, Minding baby; and Young anglers, by Frank Bindley 

(Topham), £7 7s. 

138 Hublin, E., 1873, The mendicants — 43 x 30 (Morgan), £17 17s. 

139 Hulme, F. W., 1876, Evening on the Thames — 29i x 49i (Mitchell), £8 i8s. 6d. 

140 Johnston, Alex., The turning-point — 46J x 36* (Lyon), £10 los. 

141 Jones, Charles, The watering-place — 23 X 35 (Levy), £9 9s. 

142 Noble, J. S., 1881, Gone to ground: Otter hunt — 40^ x 59 (Wells), £105. 

143 Pettitt, J. P., Dolwyddelan ; and On the Camlaw, North Wales, a pair— 

21 x i5i (Wells), £4 4S. 

144 Poole, P. F., R.A., Stepping-stones, panel ; and Rustic cottage, by H. Dawson 

(Wheatley), £5 5s. 

145 Rivers, Leopold, Haymaking ; West Cowes, Isle of Wight — 23J X 35J (Bell), 

£5 5s. 

146 Roberts, G., The fortune-teller — 24i X 29^ (Nathan), £7 7s. 

147 Stanier, H., 1864, The promenade : Granada — 23} x igi (Lyre), £3 3s. 

148 Ward, J. E., 1846, Fruit ; and Fishing-boats, by J. J. Hill (James), £3 3s. 

149 Ward, W. H., 1884, Shooting ; and Angling, a pair — 13 x 9i (Daly), £6 6s. 

150 Ward, W. H., 1884, Retailing village news ; and The housewife (Barker), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

151 Woolmer, A. J., Salvator Rosa sketching— 39 J x 50 J (Holland), £8 8s. 

152 Woolmer, A. J., Romeo and Juliet, arched top — 38J x 47 (Heape), £7 7s. 

153 Woolmer, A. J., 1876, The talking oak — vide Tennyson's poems — -33 X 43 

(Griffiths), £27 6s. 

154 Woolmer, A. J., Jealousy — 31^ X 26J (Agnew), £13 15s. 

155 Woolmer, A. J., Ecclesbome Glen — \%\ x 25 (Willis), £7 7s. 

156 Worsey, Thos., Roses ; Verbena ; and Azaleas, set of three — iji X I2i 

(Willis), £10 los. 



58 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



December 12, 1913. Christie's. 

Modem Pictures and Water-colour Drawings, property 
of the late Mrs. A. G. Storr, Willys-at-Heath, Crockliam 
Hill, Edenbridge, Kent ; Modern Pictures and Drawings, 
property of the late Albert Lungley Dickins, Esq., Sanstead, 
Reigate, Surrey ; Pictures and Drawings, formerly the 
property of Emil Reiss, Esq. ; and from other sources. 



Property of the late Mrs. A. G. Storr, 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Allom, T., 183S, Pilgrims— 15 x loj (C. Allom), £3. 

2 Allom, T., An Eastern scribe — iij X 9 (C. Allom), £2. 

3 Allom, T., Battle Abbey, Sussex — loj X 15 (C. Allom), £11 los. 

4 Allom, T., Neftah, the Ancient Negeta, Africa ; and The destruction of 

Corinth (C. Allom), £6 6s. 

David Cox. 

5 The terrace, Haddon Hall — loj X 14J (Agnew), £105. 

6 The Pool of London— 8J X i4i (W. Allom), £15 15s. 

7 Classical landscapes, after Claude, a pair — iif x 15} (Bowden), £10 los. 

8 Street in a French town — 6i X 10 (Agnew), £13 13s. 

9 An inn yard — 6i X 8i (Agnew), £16 i6s. 

10 Mountain stream with bridge — 7 X 9i (E. Allom), £4 4s. 

11 Gentleman in sixteenth century costume — 9 X 7 (E. Allom), £3 13s. 6d. 

12 Mountainous landscape with a flock of sheep — 6J X 9i (E. Allom), £1 15s. 

13 Classical Landscape with figures and goats — 4^ x 6 (Agnew), £31 ids. 

14 A lane in Cheshire : and A farmyard, sepia (Chapelow), £31 los. 

15 A Church, sepia — gj X 12J (Agnew), £6 6s. 

16 Farm buildings, sepia, two in one frame (E. Allom), £2 12s. 6d. 



17 Fortuny, M., A minstrel— gi X 6 (E. Allom), £13 13s. 

18 Girtin, T., Ruins at Rome ; and A country house, two in one frame (Bowden), 

£26 5S. 

19 Haag, Carl, A Roman model — i7i X 13 (W. Allom), £4 4s. 

20 Hildebrandt, E., Coast scene with fisherfolk — 5i x 8^ (Permain), £5 15s. 6d. 

21 Israels, J., 1882, Sorrow, pen and ink — 7J x 6J (Andrew), £4 5s. 

22 Lewis, J. F., R.A., A Turkish school — 25^ X 21J (Brown & Phillips), 

£15 4S. 6d. 

23 Lewis, J. F., R.A., Spanish market woman on a mule — 13I X SJ (E. Allom), 

£2 2S. 

25 Lundgren, E., The tomb — 14 X I7| (Butterworth), £2 2S. 

26 Marshall, R. A. K., The Severn Valley from Rodborough, Gloucester— 

13J X 23 i (Tooth), £5 5s. 

27 Nash, F., Hyde Park Corner— 13^ X 18J (E. Allom), £7 17s. 6d. 

28 Orley, Van, Mythological subjects, a pair, gouache — 5 X 7 (Bowden), £12 12s. 
2g Perego, J., 1876, A housewife — 14 X 10 (Peabody), £2 12s. 6d. 

30 Richardson, T. M., i84g, Castle Hill from Grange, Borrowdale, Cumberland — 
12J X 21 (Peabody), £2 12s. 6d. 



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31 Richardson, T. M., 1849, Causey Pike, from Keswick, Cumberland— iij X i8§ 

(Pease), £2 12s. 6d. 

32 Richardson, T. M., Loch Eil, looking towards Glen Finnan ; and the com- 

panion, a pair — 9 x 33i (W. AUom), £5 5s. 

33 Smith, W. Collingwood, Coast scene : Sunset ; and A dead warrior, by G. 

Bianchi (Knight), £7 7s. 

34 Topham, F. W., Studies from Old Masters, two in one frame (W. Allom), 

£2 lOS. 

35 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., A Swiss river : View over a river looking towards a 

mountainous peak — 7| x i2§ (Agnew), £168. 

36 Varley, J., Kilchurn Castle— 7J X gi (Falser), £7 17s. 6d. 

37 De Wint, P., Newark Bridge and Castle— 20 X 3ii (Agnew), £73 los. 

38 De Wint, P., Harlech Castle — 22i X 33i (Permain), £32 iis. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

39 A bugler and a drummer with dogs on a parade ground — 23J X 28J (Hughes), 

£10 los. 

40 Bievre, De, 1829, Gentleman in dark coat, oval ; and Young man in rich 

dress (Renton), £16 i6s. 

41 Constable, J., R.A., Woody stream with cattle, panel — gj X i3i (Gooden 

and Fox), £110 5s. 

42 Cotton, A hunter at grass ; and Head of a Spanish girl, by W. Holyoake 

(Sandra), £1 12s. 

43 Courbet, G., Summer — 25 X 20 (Pawsey & Payne), £29 8s. 

44 Cox, D., Welsh mountain stream — 21 X 29 (Sampson), £26 5s. 

45 Cox, D., Valley of Bettws, North Wales, with peasants, dog and sheep — 

28i X 39 (Vicars), £29 8s. 

46 Cox, D., 1851, Bend of a river with horseman and cattle — 12^ X igJ- (Sampson), 

£35 14s. 

47 Creswick, T., R.A., Putney from the riverside — 14^ X ixj (Knowle), £27 6s. 

48 Daniell, W., R.A., Richmond Bridge, in grisaille— 12* X i7i (Peabody), 

£2 2S. 

49 Femeley, J., 1839, Hunter in a stable ; and Hunter in a paddock, a pair — 

27 X 35 (E. Allom), £5 5S. 
50' Femeley, J., Hunter by an inn-door; and Horse at grass, a pair — 24 X 29 
(Pawsey & Payne), £12 12s. 

51 Ferneley, J., 1840, Pointer and partridge — 13^ X I7i (E. AUom), £2 12s. 6d. 

52 Fleury, J. V. de, 1866, On the Rochester road; and Auch Cathedral, by 

T. Allom, 1861 (E. Allom), £5 5s. 

53 Gallait, L., 1865, Art and Liberty— 44i X 3ii (E. Allom), £67 4s. 

54 Hardy, G., 1869, Poor Law Guardians, panel — 5} X 8i (Stuart), £5 5s. 

55 Holyoake, W., Gathering water-lilies — igi X 29^ (Sampson), £3 3s. 

56 Hughes-Stanton, H., A.R.A., 1892, The Weald of Surrey— 23^ X 35i (Mitchell), 

£30 9s. 

57 Hughes-Stanton, H., A.R.A., 1892, View over a valley— 23^ X 35i (Jackson), 

£42. 

58 Hughes-Stanton, H., A.R.A., Spring-time ; A farm ; and Apple blossom, three 

in one frame (Mitchell), £26 5s. 

59 Hughes-Stanton, H., A.R.A., A common scene ; A windmill ; and Drivdng 

sheep, three in one frame, panel (Mitchell), £36 15s. 

60 Jackson, S. P., Low tide : Sunset — i2i X 22^ (Sampson), £3 3s. 

61 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., after. Spearing the otter — 30 X 23J (Lister), £r iis. 6d. 

62 Muller, W., 1839, View on Durdham Down, near Bristol, panel — 8J X iij 

(Agnew), £57 15s. 



6o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

63 Phillip, J., R.A., A Spanish gipsy ; and A dwarf, after Velasquez (E. AUom), 

£z IIS. 6d. 

64 Shayer, W., sen., 1854, The watering-place — 27i X35J (Walker), £162 15s. 
63 Stanfield, C, R.A., Italian lake ; Dolymelynllyn, North Wales, by D. Cox, 

sepia ; and The family adviser, by R. H. Mason, 1873, sepia (Chapelow), 
£2 lOS. 

66 Topham, F. W., The Irish pattern : Connemara, a sketch — 28i X 58 

(Chapelow), £19 19s. 

67 Towne, C, 1818, Startled : A hvinter in a landscape, beyond are huntsmen 

and hounds — 27J x 35J (Agnew), £42. 

68 Vickers, A., 1867, Mountain stream with cattle and figures — ^f X 13^ (Par- 

main), £12 I2S. 

69 Ward, J., R.A., Prize bullock and pig ; and The Thames near Maidenhead, 

by W. Williams, a circular (Arthurton), f,^ 5s. 

70 Wauters, E., A strolling musician — 17 x 12 (W. Allom), £15 15s. 

71 De Wint, P., Epping Forest with figures, a sketch — 22J X 31J (Palser), 

£39 i8s. 

72 De Wint, P., Lincoln Cathedral, a sketch— 2ii X 32J (Thrift), £84. 

73 De Wint, P., Near Keswick, Cumberland : A sketch — 2s\ X 39^ (Palser), 

£13 2s. 6d. 

74 Worrell, A. B. Van, 1826, Milking-time — 24i X 29J (W. Allom), £3 13s. 6d. 

OLD PICTURES. 

75 Beryn, A., Travelling peasants and animals at a ford ; signed and dated 1663 — 

23 X 27i (Vicars), £11 iis. 

76 Callot, Italian river scene with castle and figures — 15 X 17 (Marchant), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

77 Cotes, F., R.A., Lady in pink dress with blue sash, seated in a landscape. 

holding a pet dog — 49^ X 38i (Cremetti), £399. 

78 Ibbetson, J. C, 1806, Hilly landscape with castle and old bridge, figures in 

foreground — 12 J X 17 (Lawrence), £24 3s. 

79 Jackson, J., R.A., Lady in yellow dress with white fichu holding a paper, 

landscape background — 29} X 24J (Cremetti), £388 ros. 

80 Morland, G., Cottage by a lake with fishermen and boat — 12 X i5i (Tooth), 

£18 i8s. 

81 Morland, Head of a youth with frilled collar, oval ; and The cobbler, by Jan 

Miel, panel (Bamston), £9 gs. 

82 Raffaelle, after. The Madonna della Casa d'Alba, circular — 37 ins. diameter 

(Peabody), £21. 

83 Reynolds, Sir J.,P.R.A., after, Angels' heads, by Miss Frances Isabella Gordon 

— 29 X 24 (Compton), £3 13s. 6d. 

84 Venetian School. Masquerade figures dancing — 35 X 27} (Rothschild), 

£44 2S. 



Other Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

85 Goodwin, Albert, 1904, Hereford Cathedral — 10 X 14 (Bowden), £14 14s. 

86 Anderson, W. H., The farmstead— 10 x 3oi (Compton), £2. 

87 Goodwin, Albert, 1903-4, Bristol— 10} X i4i (Bowden), £18 i8s. 

88 Wimperis, E. M., On the Arun— 11 X 17 (Bowden), £10 los. 

89 Wimperis, E. M., The sand-cart— iij X i5i (Bowden), £8 8s. 

90 Allinghara, H., Near Wroughton— 9$- X 7i (Grace), £17 17s. 

91 Goodwin, Albert, St. Chad's, Lichfield— 8 X 11 (Grace), £7 17s. 6d. 

92 Tadema-Groeneweld, Th., A Dutch mill— 29 X 20J (Wallis), £8 8s. 



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PICTURES. 

93 Siltz, C. (Munich), The schoolmaster, panel — 23^ X 19J (Cremetti), £46 4s. 

94 Pelham, T. K., Aqua Fresca — 33* x 43i (Sampson), £5 5s. 

95 Pelham, T. K., Spanish courtship— 35 x 27 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

96 Weiss, Jos6, The Common — igj x 29J (Sampson), £34 13s. 

97 Weiss, Jose, Summer evening — 23^ x 29 (Sampson), £29 8s. 

98 Huet, L. B., In Glencoe ; and Highland cattle, a pair — iij x 17 J (Frost and 

Reed), £25 4s. 

99 Fantin-Latour, H., 1877, Roses in a glass — 11} x 9i (Cremetti), £199 los. 
100 Fantin-Latour, H., 1870, Apple and grapes on a plate — gj x 12J (Cremetti), 

£52 los. 
loi Koekkoek, H., Fishing boats ofi the coast — 12 X 15J (Weller), £3 3s. 
102 Macbeth, R. W., R.A., 1879, The sardine fishery — 44 x 88 (Leets), £52 los. 



Property of Emil Reiss, Esq. 

DRAWINGS. 

103 A gateway, Bordighera — 11 X 6 J (Sampson), los. 6d. 

104 Bradley, Basil, The flock — 23^ X 34 (Sampson), £10 los. 

105 Burton, Sir F. W., R.H.A., 1864, Springtime of life — 14 X 10 (Agnew), 

£25 4S. 

106 Fielding, C, Arundel Castle — 16| x 23^ (Agnew), £367 los. 

107 Fielding, C, Lake scene with peasants and animals : Sunset — 8J x i2i 

(Agnew), £94 los. 

108 Haghe, L., 1862, The fencing lesson — 23 X 35 (Mitchell), £18 i8s. 

109 Prout, S., Porch in a Norman town with figures — i6f x lof (Bowden), £13 13s. 
no Richardson, T. M., 1866, Italian lake with buildings, boats and figures — 

8| X 22 (Cassell), £44 2s. 

111 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Bethlehem with the flight into Egypt in the fore- 

ground — 5 X 8 (Agnew), £210. 

112 Vickers, A., Mouth of a river with lighthouse and boats — 9 J x 14+ (Mitchell), 

£14 14s. 

113 De Wint, P., Borrowdale — 13J X 19} (Agnew), £57 15s. 

PICTURES. 

114 Bumitz, K. P., Young anglers — 26 X 40 (Andreas), £75 12s. 

115 Cox, D., Valley scene with horseman, peasant woman and child on a farm 

road — 21J X 34 (Luard), £63. 

116 Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 1882, June showers — 25J X 48 (Tooth), £102 i8s. 

117 Dielmann, J. F., 1870, A farmstead — i6i X 13^ (Andreas), £18 i8s. 

118 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1888, On the coast, North Wales — 5 x 9 (Gooden and 

Fox), £24 3s. 

119 Meadows, A. J., 1867, Wind off shore: Fishing-boats making inwards 

23i X 41J (W. Sabin), £7 7s. 

120 Schreyer, Ad., Arab horsemen — 26 X 39 (Lindlar), £777. 



Property of the late Albert Lungley Dickins, Esq., 
Sanstead, Reigate, Surrey. 

DRAWINGS. 

121 Bennett, W., A valley farm — 19 x 29 (Wickham), £7 7s. 

122 Boisser^e, F., 1872, A mountain stream— 18J x 13^ (Wickman), £2 15s. 

123 Collier, Tom, 1862, Autumn— si x 10 (Frost & Reed), £17 17s. 



62 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

124 Huyllar, J., 1867, Preparing for the party; and The return from the party, 

a pair — 12 X igj (Tvirner), £9 9s. 

125 Lucas, W., 1871, A Pifferari boy, oval — ^i6J X 13 (Wickman), £1 los. 

126 Millais, W. H., Cym Buchan, N. Wales — -14 X 23 (Wickman), £9 gs. 

127 Mogford, J., 1866, Rocky coast — 11 x igj (Bowden), £2 15s. 
12S Prout, S., Old buildings and figures — 10} x 8 (Bowden), £7 7s. 

129 Rieck, E., Town on a river — 14! x 24! (Green), £7 7s. 

130 Robins, T. S., 1865. Stormy weather at sea — 6} x i2i (Agnew), £5 5s. 

131 Rowbotham, T. L., i860, Lake Como — gj x 15 (Permain), £14 14s. 

132 Shefl&eld, G., 1873, The fieM-path — 15 X 23! (Sampson), £4 4s. 

133 Steeple, J., 1866, Welsh stream — -15^ x 22J (Bowden), £7 7s. 

134 Tayler, E., 1869, Spanish beauty — 13 x 10 (Sampson), £2 2s. 

PICTURES. 

135 Bentley, C, 1856, Off the south coast— 24^ X 44^ (W. Sabin), £y ys. 

136 Burr, J., 1865, Raising the wind — gj X 8 (Wickman), £8 8s. 

137 Canaletto School. Doge's Palace and Piazetta of St. Mark's, Venice — 24^X37 

(Thrift), £17 17s. 

138 Escosura, Ignacio Leon Y., 1867, A guard-room, panel— 19 X 21 (Mitche'l), 

£52 lOS. 

139 Hemsley, W., The white rabbit, panel — 7J x 6 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

140 Herring, J. F., sen., 1853, Preparing for market ; andThe return from market, 

a pair — 39} x 49 (Wickman), £147. 

141 James, David, 1894, A grey day off the coast of Cornwall — 24^ X 49 (Sampson), 

£7 7s. 

142 Oliver, W., 1871, Valentin and Marguerite — 49 X 39 (Wickman), £5 5s. 

143 Oliver, W., 1875, The secret discovered — 43J X 31 (Grose), £4 14s. 6d. 

144 Oliver, W., 1872, The eavesdropper — 21 X 14} (Stuart), £5 15s. 6d. 

145 Pyne, J. B., 1866, Gulf of Spezzia — 17J X 23J (Wickman), £33 12s. 

146 Rivoulon, Psyche — 27^ x 23 (Wickman), £5 15s. 6d. 

147 Tennant, J., 1849, Wreck off the Jersey coast — 32^ X 59J (Hill), £5 5s. 

148 Verboeckhoven, E., Tending sheep ; and Ewes, lambs and poultry, a pair, 

panel — 8i X iij (Wickman), £10 los. 

149 Vickers, A., At Dover — 11 x 16 (Vicars), £7 7s. 

150 Webb, J., Mayence — 3ii X 59 (Wickman), £27 6s. 

151 Williams, Haynes, The buttercup verdict — 43 x 32^ (Wickman), £6 6s. 



December 15, 1913. Christie's. 

Old Pictures, the property of the late Alfred Smith, Esq., 
Rendlesham, Woodbridge, Suffolk ; the property of Captain 
C. P. B. Wood, Culmington Manor, Shropshire ; and 
Pictures and Drawings from other sources. 



Property of Captain C. P. B. Wood, Culmington Manor. 
Shropshire. 

PICTURES. 

1 A lady and a gentleman, a pair ; A lady with a harp ; The Church of Notre 

Dame, Havre, by G. Howse, panel ; etc. (Grose), £2 8s. 

2 Baker, S. H., Stokesay Castle — i7i x 29} (Grose), £1. 

3 Baptiste, Flowers in a vase, and fruit on a slab — 30 X 26 (Gooden & Fox), 

£16 i6s. 

4 Borgognonc, A cavalry skirmish — 26 X 38 (Schroeder), £3 13s. 6d. 



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5 Bout and Bodewyns, River scene with figures and horses before a chuich ; 

and River scene with men-of-war, by Zeetnan, panel (Leger), £3 3s. 

6 Bright, H., Landscape with thatched cottage by a pool — iij x 18J (Permain), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

7 Cignani, C, Lot and his daughters before Sodom — 45^ X 60 (ColUngs), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

8 Clouet, Head of a youth In dark dress and cap trimmed with a feather, pane 1 

—I if X 8i (Schroeder), £7 17s. 6d. 

9 Constable, Hampstead Heath — 18 x 20 (Knoedler), £39 i8s. 

10 Devis, A. F., Horton Castle in Cheshire with two figures ; and Mr. Devis's 

house at Albury, Surrey, panel (Carroll), £5 15s. 6d. 

11 Goyen, Van, River scene with boats, some buildings on the left, panel — 

10 X 14 (Schroeder), £31 los. 

12 Hamilton, C, In the Tyrol near Berchtesgarten ; and A mountain stream 

(Salberg), £2 12s. 6d. 

13 Herring, J. F., sen., 1853-5, Mare and foal in a landscape; and Mare and 

foal in a farmyard, a pair, panel — 9J x iij (Knoedler), £50 8s. 

14 Hondecoeter, Garden scene with cocks fighting — 46 x 68 (ColUngs), £5 5s. 

15 Hoppner, Gentleman in blue coat with white stock — 20J X 16J (Chastel), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

16 Loutherbourg, P. J. de, R.A., The ford : an Eastern beauty ; and Judith, on 

porcelain (Stower), £3 13s. 6d. 

17 Luny, T., 1830, Deal, panel ; Men-of-war and fishing-boats ; and A mountain 

stream (Dyer), £3 3s. 
r8 Opie, J., R.A., Lady in brown dress with white frill, red curtain background — 
25 X 19 (Tooth), £110 5s. 

19 Opie, J., R.A., Head of the artist with red cloak — 20J X 17J (Leger), £10 los. 

20 Son, J. van, Fruit and still life, on tables covered with green cloths, a pair — 

22 X 32 (Tooth), £115 los. 

21 Spanish School. Youth in dark dress with wide lawn collar, oval— 27 X 21 

(Kendal), £13 13s. 

22 Teniers, Interior of a cottage with a peasant preparing mussels, three peasants 

by a fire, some vegetables and utensils on the left — 13 X 20 (Cohen), 
£16 i6s. 

23 Vitelh, W. van, Classical niins ; The repose in Egypt ; and The picture-book 

(Grose), £3 3s. 



Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 
In the Folio. 

24 Michelangelo, Bacchanalian Figures ; The Crucifixion, by Van Dyck ; and 

A lion asleep, by Snyders ; in crayon and Indian ink wash (Rimell), £1 is. 

25 Rubens, Daniel in the lion's den ; A group of angels ; and an oval drawing 

(Rimell), £5 5S. 

26 Payne, W., Landscape with two horsemen ; Study of a boy, in coloured chalk ; 

and 8 others (Rimell), £8 8s. 

27 Bartolozzi, F., R.A., A book containing anatomical sketches, in red chalk 

(Leggatt), i6s. 

28 Pocock, N., 1794, View of the Great Gryser, and of the New Gryser ; and 

Langwater Lake, near Altanga, a pair (Rimell), los. 6d. 
Framed. 

29 Edridge, H., A.R.A., Lady with lace shawl, pencil and red chalk, oval — 

7i X 5i (Pawsey & Payne), £12 12s. 



64 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

30 Nether, Classical seaports, a pair ; and River scenes with bridges and figures, 

a pair, in gouache (Pawsey & Payne), £16 i6s. 

31 Pocock, N., 1792, Man with a net and three children near a river — i3i x 20J 

(King), £2 I2S. 6d. 

32 Ibbetson, J. C, Landscape with cattle and figures — 8| x io| (Falser), £8 8s. 

33 Hayter, Queen Victoria in the first year of her reign — 12 X SJ (Renton), £1. 

34 Wheatley, F., R.A., Instruction — iij x 9 (Morland), £6 i6s. 6d. 

35 Dutch School. View in a town with a deputation, Indian ink wash — 9^ X i4i- 

(F. Sabin), £4 14s. 6d. 

36 Geyn, J. D., Peace ; War ; Riches ; Poverty ; Vanity ; and Grief, a set of six. 

— 8J X 6 J (Rimell), £3 5s. 

37 Leyden, Van, A procession ; and Venus sind Adonis, by Spranger, 1604, pen 

ink and wash (Rimell), los. 6d. 

38 Gardner, Gentleman in blue coat with white stock, pastel — SJ X 6J (Pawsey 

and Payne), £18 i8s. 

39 Bigg, Saturday evening: The husbandman's return from labour— iSJ x 22^- 

(Hyam), £2 12s. 6d. 

40 Watteau, Studies of figures — 6 x 7} (Glen), £2 2S. 

PICTURES. 

42 Boucher School. The seasons, a set of four, oval — 30 x 25^ (Jessop), £52 los. 

43 Roepel, C, Flowers in a sculptured vase and a bird's nest — ^igj x 16 (Cox), 

£14 14s. 

44 Slingelandt, Lady at a window holding a jug, panel — 10 X 8J (Grose), £5 5s. 

45 Stevaerts, Palamedes, Cavalry skirmish, panel — 14} x 22^ (Smith), £5 5s. 

46 Tarosck, P., Peasants in a landscape ; and the companion, a pair — 19J x 28J- 

(Leger), £3 13s. 6d. 

47 Hogarth, Lady in light blue dress and yellow cloak with jewel ornaments, 

oval— 35 X 27J (Angel), £15 15s. 

48 Reynolds School. Lady in mauve dress leaning on a pedestal — 28 X 23 

(Leger), £5 5s. 

49 Brun, Le, Lady in Oriental costume seated — 50J X 38I (Bailey), £42. 

50 Rubens School. The supper at Emmaus, panel — -45^ x 32^ (Woolford), £2, 

51 Broek, E. van der. Flowers in a vase — ^24i x 20J (Collings), £3 13s. 6d. 

52 Hooghe, Interior of an apartment with a lady seated, panel — 24^ X 28J^ 

(Tooth), £15 15s. 

53 Early English School. Head of a young girl with pink bodice, oval — 17 X 13^ 

(Thorp), £5 15s. 6d. 

54 Hondius, A., Dogs attacking a boar — 28J X 33i (Bale), £4 4s. 

55 Withoos, M., Herbage and reptiles, panel — 2g\ X 24^ (Kinderman), £3 13s. 6d> 

56 Ruysdael, River scene with ferry-boats, panel — 13J x 17 (Keeves), £2 12s. 6d. 

57 Scorel, Van, The Magdalen at her devotions, panel— 34J x 28i (Israels),, 

58 Brun, Le, Anthony and Cleopatra — 44 X 72 (Smith), £4 4s. 

59 French School. Lady holding a dog and a kitten, circular — 13 ins. diameter 

(Renton), £84. 

60 Vinckcboons, Landscapes with pastoral figures, a set ol four, panel — gf X 14 

(Cox), £22 IS. 
6i Chalon, H. B., 1798, " Miller," a celebrated greyhound— 18 X 22J (Fores), 
£1 lOS. 

62 Wheatley, Landscape with soldier, peasants and cattle near a cottage, panel — 

r4i X 20i (Leggatt), £4 14s. 6d. 

63 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., after. Lady in yellow dress — 40 x 30 (Dyer), 



Christie's.] December 15, 1913. 65 

64 Rubens, Venus and Adonis, panel — 47J X 41 (Kendal), £54 12s. 

65 Lawrence, Gentleman in dark dress — 29J X 24^ (Lacey), £2 12s. 6d. 

66 Longhi, Card-players^i3i x 16 (Leger), £13 13s. 

67 Ysenbrant, Paying tithe, panel — 12^ X 17 (Schroeder), £11 iis. 

68 Mabuse, A lady as " The Magdalen," panel — i2i X gj (Reid), £22 is. 

69 Vemet, C. J., Bay scene with boats, figures round a camp fire in the fore- 

ground — iSJ X 28J (Peffers), £7 ys. 

70 Hughtenburgh, Cavalry engagement— 22i X aSJ (Reid), jfii iis. 

71 Sustermans, Gentleman in dark dress with lawn collar — 25 X 19 (Gooden and 

Fox), £3 3s. 

72 French School. Lady in white dress near a vase decorated with flowers, 

holding a tambourine— 28 x 33^ (Lesson), £27 6s. 

73 Lambrechts, C, Figures at a repast in a garden, a pair, panel — 13J X lof 

(Schroeder), £11 iis. 

74 Apshoven, T. van, Reckoning the score ; signed with initial, and dated 1649, 

panel — 15 J X 2 if (Grose), £35 14s. 

75 Dietricy, C. W. E., Landscape with cattle and figures near a ruin, panel — 

iij X i4i (Abraham), £21. 

76 Bredael, C, Battle scene, on copper — loi x 15J (Bale), £6 6s. 

77 Hilder, R., Woody road scene with children — 13 x i7i (Jarvis), £18 i8s. 

78 Ibbetson, C. J., Figures and cattle near a ruin — 14J x igj (Holmes), £36 15s. 

79 Velasquez, The fortune-teller — 36J X 51 (CoUings), £5 15s. 6d. 

80 Carracci, A Pieta ; and Christ walking on the water (Parry), £2 2S. 

81 Altdorfer, Hans von Scheinitz in dark slashed dress and dark cap, panel — 

12 X 9 (E. A. Lewis), £9 gs. 

82 Unknown, Gentleman in military uniform with Orders — 24 X 18 (Wintemitz), 

£6 6s. 

83 Croix, La, The mousetrap, panel — 13 x 10 (Grose), £2 12s. 6d. 

84 Kaufiman, Charity ; and Infant Bacchanals (Hughes), £3 13s. 6d. 

85 Fragonard, Lovers with cupids in a landscape, unframed — 37J X 32} (Leger), 

£4 4S. 

86 Maes, Lady in blue dress with pearl ornaments, unframed — 38JX 30J (Reid), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

87 French School. Madame de Pompadour in blue dress taking coffee ; and Head 

of the Grand Duchess of Baden, unframed (Maitland), £3 3s. 

88 Rubens, Cupids sporting — 54 x 44 (Kendal), £27 6s. 

89 Dutch School. Landscape with Tobias and the Angel — -24^ X 29J (Leger), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

90 Early English School. River scene with sportsman, peasant, cattle and sheep 

—28 X 38 (Pawsey & Payne), £6 6s. 

91 Hudson, Lady in blue and white dress — oval, 29^X24} (Wise), £7 17s. 6d. 

92 Van Somer, Robert Car, Earl of Somerset, and his wife in rich dresses with 

white lace collars and friUs — 33 X 38 (Coureau), £10 los. 

93 Hogarth, Lady in red dress with brown scarf holding a basket of fruit — 

29 X 25 (Kindermann), £10 los. 

94 Feti, Domenico, Monks at a repast — 19 x 24 (Wintemitz), £3 3s. 

95 Francks, Adoration of the Magi, panel — loj X i6i (Leger), £1 is. 

96 Ostade, A smoker and other peasants in a tavern, panel — ii x 9 (Schroeder), 

£12 I2S. 

97 Lely School. Lady in yellow dress and red scarf — 29} x 24^ (Reid), £5 5s. 

98 Francks, F., Martyrdom of Saint Catherine, panel — 19 x 24J (Lacey), £6 6s. 

99 Morgenstern, J. L. E., Cathedral interiors with figures, a pair, on copper 

and panel — gj x 7i (Wells), £4 4s. 

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66 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

100 Brauwer, Peasant with his wife and child, panel — 15J X 12 (CoUings), £5 5s. 
loi Breughel, Sandy road with cart and peasants, panel — 24 X 18 (Winternitz), 
£1 lOS. 

102 Zurburan, An incident in the Inquisition — 19 x 21 (Winternitz), £\ los. 

103 French School. Diana and nymphs among ruins, unframed — 25^ X 32 

(Collings), £4 4S. 

104 Dutch School. Outskirts of a town with peasant on a road — 25 X 30 

(Streletskie), £23 2s. 

105 Snayers, P., Cavalry skirmish, panel — 20 x 32J (Bell), £3 r3s. 6d. 

106 Baptiste, Fruit and flowers, unframed — 40 X 55 (Woodgroev), £37 i6s. 

107 Lely, Child with a lamb — 52 X 38 (Moore), £2 12s. 6d. 

108 Netscher, C, Lady in dark satin dress holding a rose, unframed — 43 X S5 

(Home), £28 7s. 

109 Kneller, Mrs. Neale in blue dress with her two children and a deer — 56X47 

(White), £4 14s. 6d. 
iioT' Kneller, Gentleman in blue coat with white wig — 29 X 24 (Deedes), £5 15s. 6d 

111 Maas, Dirk, Landscape with herbage and insects ; signed, and dated 1682 — 

15 X 19 (Kindermann), £11 iis. 

112 Rembrandt, Head of a youth in brown dress and red cap, panel, oval — 

6J X 5 (Glen), £7 7s. 

113 Rubens, Burgomaster Rockox, of Antwerp, in grisaille ; and A Flemish 

family, panel — (Leger), £8 8s. 

114 Teniers, D., after, Card-players ; and A horse, panel (Cohen), £5 15s. 6d. 

115 Verdi, Francesco, Martyrdom of Saint John the Baptist, panel — y\ X 16 

(Winternitz), £1 iis. 6d. 

116 Sartorius, J. N., 1799, " Hambletonian " beating "Diamond"- — 16J X 20J 

(Parsons), £2 12s. 6d. 

117 Ward, J., R.A., Francis Webster, Esq., architect, of Kendal, in dark dress — 

29 X 24 (Moore), £1 is. 

118 Guzzardi, Lord Nelson in naval uniform — 24^ X 19 (Kindermann), £26 5s. 

119 Buck, Prayers ; and the companion, a pair — 14J x 8J (Leger), £1 is. 

120 Heemslurk, E. van, Three n^onks smoking, panel — 11 X 9 (Maitland), £1 is. 

121 Herring, J. F., sen., 1842, " Attila," winner of the Derby, 1842 — 27J X 35J 

(Fores), £21. 

122 Baptiste, Flowers in a vase— 29! X 24i (Leggatt), £11 os. 6d. 

123 Verendael, Flowers in sculptured vases, a pair — 48 X 35 (Collings), £34 13s. 

124 Abbott, Lord Nelson in naval uniform ; and A naval duel, by W. Elmes 

(Parsons), £25 4s. 

125 Herring, J. F., " West Australian," winner of the Derby, 1853, in a stable — 

24i X 29 (Pillungton), £2 12s. 6d. 

126 Poorter, W. de. Lady asking pardon from a soldier — 24^ X 20J (Bailey), £31 los. 

127 French School. Lovers embracing — 25 i X 23^ (Laurence), £31 los. 

128 Ruysdael, Woody landscape with peasant woman, cattle and sheep, panel — 

17J X 2ii (Laurence), £7 7s. 

129 Neefs, P., Interior of a cathedral with figures, panel — 13J x I9i (Leger), 

£10 lOS. 

130 Heemskirk, E. van. Village merrymaking— 39 x 48^ (Grose), £7 17s. 6d. 

131 Lambrechts, C, Interior with market figures and vegetables — 22 X 18 

(Kendal), £9 9s. 

132 Roestraaten, Silver-gilt cup and cover with other articles of still life — 291x24 

(Buttery), £9 9s. 

133 Spanish School. A company of cavaliers : Candlelight, unframed — 16J X 22i 

(Hall), £5 5S. 



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Property of the late Alfred Smith, Esq., Rendlesham, 
Woodbridge, Suffolk. 

PICTURES. 

134 Aelst, W. van, A dead cock and hare on a table — 31 X 35i (Cohen), £18 i8s. 

135 Bristow, E., Castle in a landscape, panel ; Donkey and pig near a bam, 

panel ; and Landscape with peasants and sheep, by J. W. Allan (Smith), 
£7 7s. 

136 Cuyp, Shipping oflE Dordrecht with figures and animals, panel — iij x 14! 

(Lewis), £8 8s. 

137 Ferg, F. P., Horseman and figures in a landscape, on copper ; and Shipping 

in a breeze, panel (Streletskie), £6 6s. 

138 Hondecoeter, Geese and other birds in a landscape — i8i X aij (Cox), £3 3s. 

139 Michel, G., Road scene with farm buildings and figures, panel — 12 X 15 

(Pawsey & Payne), £15 15s. 

140 Morland, G., Landscape with gipsies resting under a tree — 12J X isj (Pawsey 

and Payne), £60 i8s. 

141 Morland, Fox-hunting — 31 x 41 (Leggatt), £21. 

142 Morland, The fisherman's hut — i7i X 21 J (CoUings), £6 6s. 

143 Morland, Coast scene with fishermen and boat ; and A larder scene, by Alex. 

Fraser, panel (A. G. Smith), £10 los. 

144 Mulready, W., R.A., Farm with figures, panel — 13J x 18 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

145 Nasmyth, Alex., Highland landscapes with castles and figures (Tooth), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

146 Palamedes, A., Lady and two cavaliers playing music, panel, oval — 5 x 7 

(Dowdeswell), £31 los. 

147 Poelenburgh, C. van, Triumph of Amphitrite, panel ; and Dead game in a 

landscape, by P. Gysels, on copper (Schroeder), £13 13s. 

148 Tol, D. van, A cookmaid, panel — 8 x 61 (Collings), £12 12s. 

149 Troyon, Cow in a landscape ; and Cupid bound, oval (ColUngs), £4 14s. 6d. 

150 Wynants, View on the Moselle with horseman, figures and cattle, panel — 

i8i X 24 (Leger), £9 19s. 6d. 



December 15, 19 13- Sotheby's. 

Paintings and Drawings, comprising the Properties of the 
Right Hon. Sir John Eldon Gorst, of Castle Combe, 
Chippenham, Wilts ; Lady Orchardson, of 148, Alexandra 
Road, London, N.W. ; the late A. B. Stewart, Esq., of 
Rawcliffe, Glasgow ; the late Walter Behrens, Esq., of " The 
Acorns," Fallowfield, Manchester; Mrs. Janet Ross, of 
Poggio, Gherado, near Florence ; Miss Williams, of 14, 
Cahewdon Road, Westcliffe ; and from other sources. 



WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 



Cox, David (1848), Sketch of Shepherd driving sheep in a storm, signed anp 

dated — 4 J X 7i (Cassell), £9 los. 
Rowbotham, T. L., Highland river and loch scenes, a pair — 5 x 7 (Gunn). 

£1 5s. 



68 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

3 Cox, David (1846), Moorland landscape with figures by a bridge — 12 X 8 

(Roe), £18 los. 

4 Henderson, Arthur E., F.S.A., The King's Throne and Chapel of St. Paul, 

Monreal Cathedral, near Palermo — 54 x 31 (Lester), £2. 

5 Henderson, Arthur E., F.S.A., Amiens Cathedral interior showing choir and 

north transept — 30 X 22 ( ), £2. 

6 Henderson, Arthur E., F.S.A., Arch of Titus, Rome — 24 X 18 ( ), £1 15s. 

7 Hunt, Alfred Alston, River scene and figures — 11 X i5i ( ), £2 5s. 

8 Moggridge, Tintagel Castle, Cornwall — 13 X 20 ( ), £1 los. 

9 Dodgson, G., Whitby Scaur — 10 X 15* ( ), £i. 

10 Barrett, G., Extensive landscape — 5^ x gj ( ), £1 7s. 

12 Cox, David, Windsor Castle ; and Figures on a road ( ), £1. 

15 Son, Van, Coast scene with vessels, boats, and figures — 6 X 8 J (Falser), £z 14s. 

17 Henderson, Arthur E., F.S.A., Mosque of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent 

(1550), Stamboiil, Constantinople — 25 X 39 (Norton), £3. 

18 Prout, Samuel, Beach scene with boat by a jetty — 6 X 8. 

PASTEL DRAWINGS. 

19 Houlyer, De la (1791), George HI in blue coat, white vest and breeches, and 

white silk stockings, standing, with column and landscape background — 
32 X 25 (North), £14. 

20 Houlyer, De la (1791), Queen Charlotte, in white and blue dress, standing, 

with curtain and landscape background — 32 X 25 (North), £17. 

21 School of Rubens. Lady, with fair hair, wearing a brown dress — 22 X 17 

(Dixon), £12. 

22 Owen, William, R.A., Miss Clara Fisher in boy's dress, representing a character 

in the play of " The Spoil'd Child," signed " W. O. 1820 " — 12 X 10 (Mason 
and PhiUips), £2. 



The Property of Lady Orchardson. 

CRAYON DRAWINGS. 
Sir W. Q. Orchardson, R.A. 

23 The enigma — 30 X 40 (Mitchell), £1 2s. 

24 The legal fare — 36 x 48 (Vicars), £1. 

25 Napoleon on board the Bellerophon — 26 X 36 (Peabody & Co)., £i 8s. 

26 Her first dance — 30 x 19 ; and " Doubts " — 24 X 13 (James), £1 2S. 

27 Housekeeping on the honeymoon — 32 X i8;andPomona — 21 X 11 ( ), 12s, 

28 The old soldier — 18 X 24 ( ), £1 4s. 



The Property of the late A. B. Stewart, Esq. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

32 Rennent, T., Orchids, three in one frame — 19 X 43 over-all (Poles), £2. 

34 Holden, S. (1863), Flowers in a vase — 20 X 14 (Hvmt), i8s. 

35 Way, J. C. (1886), Swiss lake scene — 19 X 28 (Sowler), £4. 

36 Way, J. C. (1884), Woodland path, companion to the above — 19 X 28 (Sowler), 

37 Way, J. C. (1886), Swiss lake— 19 X 29 (Dixon), £4 los. 

38 Way, J. C. (1886), Lausanne Cathedral— 19 X 28 (Hunt), £2. 

39 Way, J. C. (1885), Swiss Alpine view — 20 X 13 (North), £4. 

40 Chevalier, N. (1878), A woodland path — 21 X 30 (Thorpe), £1 i6s. 



Sotheby's.] December 15, 1913. 69 

41 Chevalier, N. (1877), Swiss lake scenes, a pair — 6 X 9 (Hunt), £3 3s. 

42 Chevalier, N. (1877), Swiss Alpine scene — 7 X 10 (Parkins), (,2. 

43 Chevalier, N. (1877), Small loch scenes, a pair — 3 x 9 ; and Unknown : Beach 

scene and boats — 6 x 12 (Thorpe), £1 14s. 

44 Herkomer, Sir H. von, R.A. (1826), Extensive landscape with trees and water 

in foreground — 16 x 10 (Parish), £12. 

45 Gow, Mary L. (1875), Elaine — 18 x 13 (Woodrow), £10. 

46 Dennistoun, W. (1877), Interior of Flemish Cathedral — 13 X f>\ (Hunt), £2 5s. 

47 Bough, Sam (1876), Storm at St. Andrews — 15 X 21 (Lester), £125. 

48 Haines, W. H. (1870), Signing the deed— 10 X 13 (Dickson), £4. 

49 Severn, Walter (1877), Seascape : OS Bute — 20} X 29^ (Norton), £3. 

50 Spiers, J. (1884), Rocky coast scene — 13 x 19 (Thorpe), £1. 

51 Radford, Edward (1869), Girl reading — 9 x 7 (Mrs. V. Smith), £1 14s. 

52 Israels, Josef, The frugal meal — 15 X 10 (Hartley), £280. 

56 Haig, Carl (1863), Head of an old man — 20 X 14 (Lester), £7. 

57 May, W. W. (1863), Old wreck on the seashore — 13 X 26 (Harrap), £3. 

58 Way, J. C, (1886), View of a cathedral from the road — 19^ X 13 (Hunt), £1 i8s. 
61 Leech, John (1846), Returning from a fancy ball, drawing in ink and water- 
colours — 8 X 12J (North), £6. 

64 Cattermole, Charles (1872), Royalist troops og to Battle — 6 X 18 (McLean), £8. 

65 Cox, David, The Coliseum — 9} X 14 (Sowler), £14. 

OIL PAINTINGS. 

67 Murray, David, R.A., Where stormy tempests gather — 60 X 36 (Hartley), £40. 

68 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., " How delicious is the winning of a kiss at love's 

beginning " — 28 X 42 (Norton), £420. 

69 Murray, David, R.A., The glow before decay, 1878 — 36 X 60 (North), £40. 

70 MacWhirter, J., R.A., and Tom Graham, R.S.A., The sylvan well — 48 X 34 

(Sowler), £28. 

71 Christie, James, Hallow E'en — 37 x 28 (Connell), £20. 

72 Vernon, Arthur L. 40 x 25 (Pole), £7. 

" Childhood is the bough where slumber 
Buds and blossoms without number — ■ 
Gather then each flower that grows." 

73 Murray, David, R.A. (1874), The wild west coast — 24 x 36 (North), £8. 

74 MacWhirter, J., R.A., The arch of Titus — 43 X 33 (Parish), £24. 

75 Aitken, J. A., On the loch side — 26 X 41 (H. Wallis), £7. 

76 Chalmers, George P., R.S.A., " Worn out " — 33 x 27 (Parkins), £95. 

77 Murray, David, R.A., Loch Katrine from Helen's Isle — 36 X 21 (Leader), £18. 

78 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Spring— 32 X 16 (Norton), £16. 

79 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Autumn, companion picture to the above — 32 X 16 

(Norton), £9. 

80 Pratt, William (1879), By the river side — 30 X 20 (Best), £2 los. 

81 Graham, Peter, R.A., Highland hills and cattle — 20 X 15 (ConneU), £105. 

82 Helmick, Henry, Preparing for school — 22 X 17 (Jackson), £8. 

83 Moore, Albert, Birds — 34 X 14 (Wallis), £200. 

84 Moore, Albert, The Reader, companion picture to the above — 34 X 12 (Wallis), 

£200. 

87 Halswelle, Keeley (1863), The young fisherman — 14 X 18 (Mitchell), £12. 

88 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., " Mettle " (a dog) — 12 X 9 (Carter), £9 los. 

89 Ronner, Henrietta, Cat and kittens, panel — 13 X 18 (Mitchell), £25. 

90 Graham, Peter, R.A. The spate, panel — 9 x 12 (WaUis), £48. 

91 Bough, Sam, Coast scene, with castle : Sunrise — 12 x 15 (Sowler), £13. 



yo ART PRICES CURRENT. 

94 Morgan, John, Tired out — 8 X lo (Paston), £^ 5s. 

96 Raebum, Sir H., R.A., Child with short fair hair and white dress — 12J X loj 

(Wallis), £150. 

97 Graham, Tom, R.S.A., " The clang of the wooden shoon " — 39 X 60 (Jessop), 

£140. 



From two Italian collections at Orvieto. 

99 Sienese School. Centre of triptych : Madonna and Child, with attendant 

saints, above is a representation of the Crucifixion, panel — 32 X 17 over-all 

(J. Glen), £19. 
100 Italian School. Two side wings of a triptych : Saint Urbandris ; Saint Christo- 

forus — 23J X 7 (Dr. Hartland), £4 ids. 
loi Italian School. Madonna and Child with Saints, panel — 21 X 17 (Wintemitz), 

{.A 15s. 

102 Byzantine School, Madonna and Child, panel — 26 X 20 (Dr. Hartland), £10. 

103 Italian School. A Divine with a beard and wearing a yellow robe, holding 

a crucifix — 38 X 28 (Kent), £1 7s. 6d. 

104 School of Cimabue. Madonna and Child, the Madonna in a blue dress, the 

Child seated on her knee holding a book — 38 X 51 (Woodford), £4. 

105 School of Caracci. St. John the Baptist in the desert seated under a tree — 

50 X 34- 

106 Italian School. Young nobleman in armour, circular, in massive carved 

circular gilt frame — 36 ins. diameter (Saimders), £15 los. 
108 BufiS, Camilla (1576), The marriage at Cana in Galilee, unframed canvas — 
about 84 ins. high by 108 ins. wide (Kent), £8 15s. 



The Property of the late Walter L. Behrens, Esq. 

109 Italian School. Madonna and Child, panel — 14 X 10 (Buddicom), £3 5s. 

110 Russian School. Madonna and Child, panel — lo X 8 (Buddicom), £3 15s. 

111 Flemish School. Head of a man, canvas — 16 X 13 (A. C. Bauer), £1 los. 



The Property of the Right Hon. Sir John Eldon Gorst. 

114 Kneller, Sir G., Three-quarter length portrait of a boy with long curling hair 

red coat, and green cloak — 52 X 41 (Spence), £17. 

115 Hoppner, John, R.A., Small three-quarter length portrait of a girl with fair 

hair, in straw hat, white cape and dress, landscape background — 36 X 28 
(J. Glen), £98. 

116 Orizonte, Classical landscapes with buildings and figuresin foreground — 29 X 39, 

a pair (Spence), £22. 

118 Stry, Van, Dutch landscape, with horsemen near a castle — canvas, 18 X 24 

(Kent), £4 15s. 

119 Early Italian. Christ crowned with thorns, canvas — 18 X 15 (Maynard), £1. 

120 Opie, J., R.A., An old man at devotions — 21 X 17 (Buddicom), £1. 

122 Greuze, MdUe., Normandy peasant girl at devotions, canvas — -18 X 15 (Grose), 

£(•■ 

123 Early English School. Mr. Turton, half-brother to Mrs. Robert Chaddock 

Gorst, standing, wearing green coat and breeches, yellow vest, and white 
cravat and stockings, landscape background — 19 X 14 (Peabody & Co.), 
£8 los. 



Sotheby's.] December 15, 1913. 71 

124 Early English School. William Patten (called Waynflete), first Provost of 

Eton, 1440, in bishop's robes, holding an open book, panel, crest at top 
right-hand comer — 19 x 16 (Repton), £5. 

125 Ostade, Dutch peasants drinking, panel — 12 X n (Kent), {,^ los. 

126 Palamedes, Anthony, Portrait of Palamedes by his son Anthony of Delft, with 

long beard, nifi collar, skull cap, and dark coat, inscription at back, panel — 
i2i X 9i (Leger), £g. 

127 Guardi, F., Street scene, Venice, with buildings and figures, panel — 7f X 6 

(Sabin), £155. 

128 Guardi, F., Grand Canal, Venice, canvas — 9 X 12 (Sabin), £212. 



The Property of Mrs. Janet Ross, of Poggio, Gherado, 
near Florence, Italy. 

129 Sarto, Andrea del. The deposition, in old Italian frame of carved and gilt 
wood, believed to be a study for the celebrated picture in the Pitti GaUery, 
which it closely resembles ; it was pvirchased in Florence by the present 
owner about forty years ago from Awocato del Sarto, the last representative 
of the painter's family — 33 X 27 (Lester), £45. 



The Property of Miss Williams, of 14, Cahewdon Road, 
Westcliffe. 

130 Gilbert, Sir John, Crusader holding his sword — 29 X 23 (Fouraker), £5 5s. 

131 Ward, E. M., George Morland painting a public house sign from a ladder, a 

mother and child and others are drinking and smoking at a table outside the 
inn — 50 X 40 (Fouraker), £8 los. 

132 Watts, F. W., Landscape with country cottage and sheep on a road, unframed 

— 24 X 34 (Foiuraker), £3. 

134 Flemish School, Figures by a terrace, seated at table at a meal — 15 X 18 

(Fouraker), £4 5s. 

135 Loutherbourg, De, Coast scene with wreck and bodies cast up on shore — 36 X 44 

(Fouraker), £2 5s. 

136 Brouwer, Dutchmen quarrelling in a tavern — 20 X 26 (Wintemitz), £2 los. 
138 Early English School. Child holding an ewer, carved gilt frame — 25 X 20 

(Fouraker), £4. 



Various Properties. 

9 Tuscan School. Triptych representing scenes from the life and death of our 
Lord ; in the top centre panel is the Crucifi.^ion, and in the bottom centre 
panel is Christ after the Resurrection kneeUng before the Throne of God ; 
the side panels represent the Transfiguration, the Amumciation, the 
Nati\'ity, and the Entombment ; centre panel 47 X 35, side panels 47 X 16 
(Leger), £65. 

o Margaritone, Triptych, of which the centre represents the Madonna enthroned 
with the Infant Christ ; her robes are of red and dark green, decorated ; 
the two wings are divided into four scenes from the life of Christ, including 
the Descent from the Cross ; the wings when closed show on the reverse 
two full-length paintings of SS. Antony and Francis ; these portraits are 
probably the work of another artist ; height of centre panel 50 X 20 ; 
when open the triptych measures 40 ins. across (Anderson), £35. 



72 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

141 Ziirbaran, Female figure, three-quarter length, standing near a table on which 

is a jewelled crown, in her left hand she holds some keys, and a rod in her 
right ; in the right-hand bottom comer of the picture a small head of a 
man sketched in brown, probably a portrait of the artist — -50 X 37 (James), 
£20 lOS. 

142 Flemish School. Crucifixion with figures on the slope of a hill, panel — 67 X 45 

(Barker), £26. 

143 Velde, Van der, Seapiece : Vessels in a calm, with figures in foreground, panel — 

26 X 34 (Fabris), ;f20. 

144 Dutch School. Female figure standing on a tub speaking to a company of 

Boers — 14 X 11 (Harker), £5. 

145 Breenbergh, J., Cymon and Iphigenia — 32 X 41 (Dixon), £30. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

146 Martens, C, Two views of Sydney, Australia, with figures and shipping, a 

pair — 12 X i6i (Spencer), £40. 

147 Muller, W. (1842), Wood scene with rocky waterfall — 13 X 20 (Falser), £$ 5s. 

OIL PAINTINGS. 

148 Muller, W., Landscape showing Windmill Hill — 16 X 22 (Carpenter), £7 ids. 

149 Hogarth, Scene on a terrace, figures seated at a table, others dancing and 

playing — 16 X 20 (Grose), £1 los. 

151 Early English. Young man with dark hair and lace collar — 7J x 6 (Fell), 

£5 5S. 

152 Morland, Landscape with two peasants and dogs — 18 X 24. 

153 Woodlock, D., Bust portrait of Cardinal John H. Newman, his left hand to his 

ear, profile ; Cardinal Newman sent his autograph expressly for this picture, 
and it is afiixed to the frame under the glass tablet — 21 X 17 (Jackson), £12. 

154 CoUett, John, 1779, An actress at her toilet, or beauty just breecht, oval in 

square — 21 X 19 (Harker), £12. 

155 Early English School. Half-length portrait of a lady with powdered curling 

hair, blue dress and red cloak, three-quarter face to right — 36 X 28 ; and 
Carre, M., 1685, Dutch landscape with cattle, sheep and goats — 16 X 19 
(Harker), £g. 

156 Early Tuscan. Madonna and Child, panel — 15 X 12 (Sabin), £26. 

157 Heem, De, Fruit on a table — 24 X 29 ; and Figure subject: Men asleep — 18 X 24 

(North), £12. 

158 Lely, Half-length portrait of a child as Diana with a dog — 30 X 25 (Leader), 

£i3- 



December i6, 19 13. Christie's, 

The Private Collection of Engravings of the late J. 
William Grundy, Esq., Exchange Street, Manchester, 
comprising Mezzotint Portraits, after Sir J. Reynolds, 
G. Romney, Sir T. Lawrence, and J. Hoppner ; and 
other Engravings of the Early English School. 

1 Lady Waldegrave, after Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof (Cohiaghi 

and Obach), £2 12s. 6d. 

2 Mrs. Cunliffe Offley, after Lawrence, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof 

(Colnaghi & Obach), £6 i6s. 6d. 

3 Mrs. Home Druramond after Raeburn, by the same, artist's proof (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £18 i8s. 



Christie's.] December i6, 1913. 73 

4 Lady Anne Culling Smith, after Hoppner, by the same, artist's proof (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £15 15s. 

5 " Nature " (Lady Hamilton), after Romney, by M. Cormack, artist's proof 

(Loveless), £6 6s. 

6 The wreck of the Minotaur, after Turner, by T. O. Barlow, proof before letters 

(Graves), £2 2s. 

7 The golden bough, after Turner, by Willmore, artist's proof (Gooden & Fox), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

8 Heidelberg, after the same, by T. A. Prior, proof, signed by the engraver 

(Agnew), £6 i6s. 6d. 

9 Mercury and Argus, after the same, by Willmore, presentation proof (Agnew), 

£6 6s. 
ID The orphan ; and The visionary, after Liversedge, by Cousins, proofs ; and 

three others (Baird Carter), £2 2s. 
II & 12 The idle servant, after N. Maes, by Lupton, proof; Wreckers off Fort 

Rouge, after C. Stanfield, by Qiulley, proof before letters (Agnew), £5 5s. 
i^ The same, open-letter proof ; and Venice, after Prout, by Le Keux (Gooden 

and Fox), £t is. 

14 The Abercom children, after Landseer, by Cousins, presentation proof, signed, 

with square top (Vicars), £6 i6s. 6d. 

15 & 16 Venus and Adonis, after Titian, by R. Strange, proof ; The repose in 

Egypt, by R. Morghen, proof ; and another ; The cottage door, after 
Owen, by H. Meyer, proof before any letters (ElUs & Smith), £19 19s. 

17 The farrier's shop, after Wright, by W. Pether, proof before letters (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £12 12s. 

18 Students drawing from the Gladiator model, after J. Wright, by Pether, 

proof (Rimell), £5 5s. 

19 Cowslip, by and after J. R. Smith, engraver's touched proof (Colnaghi and 

Obach), £2S 4s. 

20 BUnd beggar of Bethnal Green, after Owen, by W. Ward, proof before any 

letters (Colnaghi & Obach), £22 is. 

21 Boys and dead hare, after Zoiiany, by R. Earlom, etched-letter proof (J. F. E. 

Grundy), £21. 
22, 23, & 24 The ballad singer, after Rising, by J. Jones, proof before any letters ; 
Baptiste Monnoyer, after Kneller, by G. WTiite, engraver's proof ; The 
Ladies Spencer, after Lady D. Beauclerc, by Bartolozzi ; and the Duchess 
of Devonshire, after and by the same, proofs (Ellis & Smith), £6 i6s. 6d. 

25 Miss Beaston, after C. Read, by R. Houston, first state (Ellis & Smith), 

jfl2 I2S. 

26 Miss Kennedy, after Calze, by V. Green, first state (Gooden & Fox), £^ 4s. 

27 Miss LasceUes and dog, after Cotes, by J. Watson, proof before any letters 

(Sotheran), £2 r2S. 6d. 

28 Miss Jones, after C. Read, by J. Watson, proof (Ellis & Smith), £4 4s. 

29 Countess of Coventry, after Cotes, by J. McArdell, proof before any letters 

(Ellis & Smith), £10 los. 

30 Miss Harriet Powell, after C. Read, by R. Houston, first state (Jacobson), 

£22 IS. 

31 Signora Zamperini, after N. Hone, by J. Finlayson, first state (Freeman), 

£11 IIS. 

32 Lady Erskine, after A. Ramsay, by J. Watson, proof before any letters (Mrs. 

Gray), £4 4s. 

33 Lady Rushout and children, after Gardner, by T. Watson, first state (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £96 12s. 



74 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

34 Eliza (Mrs. Hoppner), after Hoppner, by J. Young (Harvey), £15 15s. 

35 Lady Charlotte Greville, after Hoppner, by J . Young, first state (Ellis & Smith), 

£65 2S. 

36 Miss Harriet Cholmondeley, after Hoppner, by C. Turner, proof before letters 

(Agnew), £231. 

37 Mrs. Sheridan and son, after the same, stipple, by T. Nugent, proof before 

letters (Harvey), £14 14s. 

38 Mrs. Lister, after Newton, by Cousins, proof before letters (Agnew), £3 3s. 

After Sir T. Lawrence. 

39 Lady Wallscourt, by Phillips ; The dancing girl ; and two others, after 

Lawrence (Jacobson), £3 3s. 

40 Lady Blessington, after the same, by Cousins, proof (Agnew), £21. 

41 The same, proof before any letters (Colnaghi & Obach), £4 14s. 6d. 

42 Mrs. Wolff, after and by the same, proof before any letters (Brail), £2 2S. 

43 Lady Georgiana Fane, after Lawrence, by C. Turner, engraver's touched proof 

(Leggatt), £8 8s. 

44 John Philpot Curran, after the same, by J. R. Smith (Agnew), £22 is. 

45 Master Lambton, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A., first state, when 

Lawrence published the plate (Agnew), £141 15s. 

46 Lady Dover and son, after and by the same, proof before the title, with the 

arms (Colnaghi & Obach), £99 15s. 

47 Miss Julia Peel, after and by the same, proof before the title (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£84. 

After G. Romney. 

48 Sisters contemplating on morality, by R. Dunkarton, first state (Rimell), 

£6 6s. 

49 Master Paine, by J. Dean, first state (W. Sabin), £28 7s. 

50 Miss Cumberland, by J. R. Smith, with J. R. Smith's address (W. Sabin), 

£19 19s. 

51 Mrs. Robinson, by J. R. Smith, second state (W. Sabin), £37 i6s. 

52 Mrs. Stables and her daughters, by J. R. Smith, first state (Agnew), £567. 

53 Henrietta, Countess of Warwick, by J. R. Smith, first state (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£304 lOS. 

After Sir J. Reynolds. 

54 The Duchesss of Ancaster, by J. Watson (Bower), £5 5s. 

55 The Duchess of Ancaster, whole length, by J. Dixon, first state (A. Davis), 

£8 8s. 

56 The Countess of Aylesford, by V. Green, second state (Jacobson), £19 19s. 

57 Signora Bacelli, by J. R. Smith (Breun), £2 12s. 6d. 

58 Hon. Mrs. Barrington, by R. Houston (Bower), £2 2S. 

59 Lady Beaumont, by J. R. Smith (Brail), £3 13s. 6d. 

60 Miss Elizabeth Beauclerc as " Una," stipple, by T. Watson, proof, in colours 

(Brail), £16 i6s. 

61 Mrs. Billington as "St. Cecilia," whole length, by J. Ward, second state 

(Breun), £10 los. 

62 Mrs. Bonfoy, by J. McArdcll, second state (Agnew), £3 3s. 

63 Miss Penelope Boothby, by T. Park (Jacobson), £4 4s. 

64 Miss Bowles, by S. Cousins, R.A., artist's proof (Leggatt), £10 los. 

65 Master Bunbury, by F. Haward (Agnew), £2 12s. 6d. 

66 Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke, by J. Watson, second state (Agnew), £17 17s. 

67 The Countess of Carlisle, by J. V/atson, second state (Rimell), £11 iis. 

68 Mrs. Carnac, whole length, by J. R. Smith (W. Sabin), £14 14s. 



Christie's.] December i6, 1913. 75 

69 Miss Cholmondeley, whole length, by J. Marchi, first state, before any letters 

(Davis), £22, 2s. 

70 Lady Catherine Pelham Clinton, whole length, by J. R. Smith, second state 

(Colnaghi & Obach), £115 los. 
7r George Colman, by J. Marchi, engraver's proof before the plate was cleaned 
(Harvey), £7 17s. 6d. 

72 Countess Comwallis, by J. Watson, first published state (Ellis £: Smith), £4 4s. 

73 Mrs. Crewe, as " Saint Genevieve," by T. Watson, second state (Breun), 

£9 19s, 6d. 

74 Master Crewe as " Henry VIII," whole length, by J. R. Smith, second state 

(Colnaghi & Obach), £31 los. 

75 Viscoimtess Crosbie, whole length, by W. Dickinson (Colnaghi & Obach), 

;f94 los. 

76 Lady Fenhoulet, by J. McArdell, proof before any letters (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£65 2S. 

77 Miss Kitty Fisher, by R. Purcell (Bower), £1 is. 

78 Samuel Foote, by T. Blackmore, proof before any letters (Harvey), £5 5s. 

79 Miss Fordyce, by J. Watson, first state, before any letters (Brail), £4 4s. 

80 Garrick between Comedy and Tragedy, by E. Fisher, first state, before any 

letters (Harvey), £12 12s. 

81 George, Prince of Wales, stipple, by F. Haward (F. DanieU), £1 is. 

82 Miss Greville and brother, by J. McArdell, engraver's proof, before any letters 

(Brail), £1 IS. 

83 Mrs. Hale as " Euphrosyne," by J. Watson, first state, before any letters 

(W. Sabin), £27 6s. 

84 Lady Hamilton as " Bacchante," by J. R. Smith, proof (the smaller plate 

reverse way) (Colnaghi), £4 4s. 

85 Lady Hamilton and child, by S. W. Reynolds, proof before letters (Leggatt), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

86 Mrs. Hartley and child, by G. Marchi, first published state (Rimell), £ii iis. 

87 Master Herbert as " Bacchus," by J. R. Smith, first state (Houthakker), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

88 Lady Harriet Herbert, by V. Green, first state with publication line (Cohiaghi 

and Obach), £546. 

89 Hon. Frances Ingram, by J. R. Smith (Drummond), £4 14s. 6d. 

90 Mrs. Irwin, by J. Watson, engraver's proof (Rimell), £1 15s. 

91 Miss Jacobs, by J. Spilsbury, second state (Breun), £7 7s. 

92 Mrs. James as a " Madonna," by T. Blackmore, first state, before any letters 

(Grundy), £1 is. 

93 Mrs. LasceUes, and child, by J. Watson, proof before any letters before the 

plate was cleaned (Ellis & Smith), £27 6s. 

94 The Duchess of Marlborough and daughter, by R. Houston, first state (Breun), 

£9 9S. 

95 The Marlborough family (large plate), by C.Tumer, first state (Leggatt) ,£65 2S. 

96 Lady Melbourne, by J. Finlayson, first published state (Jacobson), £10 los. 

97 Lady Melbourne and son, whole length, by T. Watson, first state (Breun), 

£7 7s. 

98 Lady Caroline Montague, whole length, by J. R. Smith, second state (W. 

Sabin), £18 iSs. 

99 Mrs. Mordaunt, by J. R. Smith, first state (F. DanieU), £10 los. 
100 Mrs. Morris, by J. R. Smith, first state (Ellis & Smith), £10 los. 

loi Hon. Miss Monckton, whole length, by J. Jacobe, second state (Davis), £27 6s. 
102 Miss Nelly O'Brien, by S. Okey, first state (Ellis & Smith), £2 2s. 



76 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

103 James Pain and son, by J. Watson, first state (Ellis & Smith), £s9 i8s. 

104 Miss Theophila Palmer, by J. R. Smith (Davis), £4. 4s. 

105 Miss Harriet Powell, by R. Houston, engraver's proof before any letters 

(Jacobson), £16 i6s. 

106 & 107 Sir Joshua Rejnaolds, by J. Watson ; Mrs. Sheridan as " St. Cecilia," 

by W. Dickinson, second state (Grundy), £7 7s. 

108 Lavinia, Countess Spencer, by C. Hodges, first published state (Davis), £5 5s. 

109 Viscountess Spencer and daughter, by J . Watson, first state before any letters 

(Colnaghi & Obach), £14 14s. 
no Hon. Mrs. Stanhope, by J. R. Smith (Grundy), £g gs. 

111 Lady Talbot, whole length, by V. Green, second state (W. Sabin), £3 13s. 6d. 

112 Marquess of Titchfield, by T. Jehner, first state, before any letters (Davis), 

£9 9S. 

113 Mrs. Tollemache as "Miranda," whole length, by J. Jones, second state 

(Lauser), £6 i6s. 6d. 
ri4 Miss Vansittart, by G. Marchi, engraver's proof, believed to be unique, un- 
recorded by Chaloner Smith or Dr. Hamilton (Grimdy), £73 los. 

115 Miss Wynyard, by J. Finlayson, proof before the title (Harvey), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Fancy Subiects. 

116 The age of innocence, by C. Turner, proof before any letters (Agnew), £9 gs. 

117 The bird, by J. Dean, first state (Harvey), ;fio los. 

118 Hope nursing love, by E. Fisher, second state (ElMs & Smith), £4. 4s. 
rig The infant Hercules, by C. Hodges, first state (Houthakker), £2 2S. 

120 & 121 The Nativity, by G. and J. Facius, first state ; Saint John and the lamb, 
by J. Grozer, first state before any letters (Leggatt), £2 2s. 

122 The snake in the grass, by W. Ward, first published state (Colnaglii & Obach), 

£99 15s. 

123 The student, by J. R. Smith, etched letter proof (Grundy), £2 2S. 

124 The fortune-teller, in line by J. K. Sherwin (Grundy), £6 i6s. 6d. 



December i6 and 17, 1913. Sotheby's. 

Engravings, Etchings, Woodcuts, and Drawings by Old 
Masters, selected from the Collection of the late Horace 
Stone Wilcocks, Esq., of Plymouth. 

39 Schongauer, Martin, Symbol of St. John the Evangelist (Priest), £3 5s. 

41 Treu, Martin, Lady and gentleman walking (Weyhe), 17s. 

45 Rogel, J., The Crucifixion, with the Virgin Mary and Saints (Murray), i8s. 

46 The Master of the Monogram S.H. Four nude women (Murray), gs. 

A. DURER. 

5g The Virgin and Child seated near a wall (Mallett), £4 15s. 

61 The lady and gentleman walking in the fields (Sandford), £4. 

62 The prodigal son (Gutekunst), £3 7s. 6d. 

63 St. George and the dead Dragon, two impressions (Sandford), £4 7s. 6d. 

64 The monstrous hog (Murray), £2 15s. 

65 The six men-at-arms (Murray), £6 5s. 

66 The little courier (Reader), £r 2s. 

67 The little war-horse (Best), £1 5s. 

68 The great war-horse (Reader), £1. 

6g St. Sebastian fastened to a tree ; and St. Sebastian fastened to a column 

(Vallcntine), 14s. 
70 Portrait of Philip Melancthon (Taylor), £1 5s. 



Sotheby's.] December i6 and 17, 1913. 77 

71 Portrait of Bilibald Pircheimer (Best), £z los. 

72 Portraits of Frederick Duke of Saxony ; Albert, Elector of Mayence (Murray), 

i6s. 

73 Jesus praying in the Garden of Olives ; and The Man of Sorrows, both etchings 

on iron (Murray), £i 6s. 

74 The Virgin and Child seated under a tree (Colnaghi & Obach), £3 17s. 6d. 
79 Landshut, Mair von, The Gothic House (James), £3. 

83 Meckeneo, Israel van, St. James the Major (Murray), £2 los. 
WOODCUTS. 

A. DURER. 

88 The Holy Family, with numerous figures, including two angels, one of whom 
plays upon a guitar (Gutekunst), £2 6s. 

90 St. Christopher carrying the Infant Saviour across a river (Gutekunst), £3 15s. 

91 St. George and the Dragon (Jason), £1. 

92 St. Jerome in his study (Jason), £1. 

93 The rhinoceros (Murray), £1 3s. 

94 Portrait of the Emperor MaximUian (Peach), £1. 

95 Portrait of Ulric Vambuler (Miirray), £2 7s. 6d. 

96 The eight Patron Saints of Austria (Twentyman), £2 5s. 

98 Plates (14) from the small Passion of Our Lord ( ), £5 ids. \ 

100 The life of the Virgin (19), the title page missing (Sandford), £5 los. 

loi Plates (7) from the large Passion of Our Lord (Reader), £3 15s. 

102 The adoration of the Kings ; and St. Jerome in the grotto, two impressions 
(Lemon), £1 i8s. 

106 Madonna with the crown on her head (Sandford), £1. 

107 The Holy FamUy with two Angels singing (Colnaghi & Obach), £1 19s. 

108 The Uttle St. Jerome, in a circle (Lodge), £1. 

116 Schaufelein, Hans, The descent from the Cross (Best), £1. 

DRAWINGS BY OLD MASTERS. 
145 Vandyck, Sir A., Portrait of Martin Ryckaert, in black chalk (Dr. P. Jones), 

£2 lOS. 
148 Gainsborough, T., Landscape with figures, in black wash (Lodge), £5. 



December i8 and 19, 1913. Sotheby's. 

Engravings, Etchings, and Drawings, including Property 
of Lady Orchardson, of 148, Alexandra Road, N.W., and 
of the late Walter L. Behrens, Esq., of "The Acorns," 
Fallowfield, Manchester. 



Various Properties and from Private Collections. 

Framed. 

55 London from Greenwich Park, by Jukes, after Sarjent, aquatint in colours 

(Ellis & Smith), £8. 

56 Louis XVI, line engraving, by MuUer, after Duplessis, first state (Harris), £8. 

57 Le baiser envoyd, by Scott Bridgewater, after Greuze, proof (Dixon), £8. 

58 Duke of Newcastle returning from shooting, by Bartolozzi, after Wheatley 

(Jenks), £3 14s. 

59 Lady Dover and her son, by S. Cousins, after Lawrence, proof (Merrett), £5 los. 

60 Martin Rychurt, mezzotint, by J. R. Smith, after Vandyck, proof (Brail), 

£1 los. 



78 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

6i Admiral Willit Pa>'ne, after Hoppner, proof (Kemp), £14 15s. 

62 Prince Charles, after Mercier, proof (Ewins), £3 los. 

63 Admiral Lord Elphinstone, proof (Ewins), £6 15s. 

70 Arundel Prints. Penigino's Crucifixion ; and two side wings (Snell), £3 12s. 6d. 
83 Browne, H. K. (" Phiz "), The death cart (time of the Great Plague), in pencil 
(Harris), £6. 

Charles Keene. 

88 A set down, pen smd ink ; and an Autograph letter of Charles Keene (Jackson), 

£2 lOS. 

89 Afternoon tea, in pen and ink (Jackson), £2 15s. 

90 Screens in dining-room, initial A, in pen and ink (Jackson), £3. 

91 Scene at a cricket match, in pen and ink (Meadows), £3 los. 

92 Rank insubordination, in pen and ink (Meadows), £3. 

John Leech. 
{The majority had sketciies on iJie back also.) 

94 " Performers " after a respectable funeral ; and Puritan Sunday or what it 

mvist come to, both in pencil (Sykes), £2 los. 

95 Little Red Riding Hood ; and Unconscious satire, etc., both in pencil (Sykes), £3. 

96 Mr. Briggs is off again shooting, etc. ; Premonitory symptoms of Mr. Briggs' 

hunting fever, both in pencil (Barker), £4 los. 

97 The return from Vieima ; and Equestrian portrait of a gentleman, both in 

pencil (Barker), £4. 

98 Grand charge of perambulators and defeat of the swells ; and Enthusiasm of 

paterfamilias, both in pencil (Brewer), £4 los. 

99 Proposal for a Happy New Year ; and Close of the season — Making up the 

gaps, both in pencil (Brewer), £4. 
100 Railway miseries, a series of twelve, all in pencil, two of them in a frame 

(Sykes), £15. 
loi A fashion in 1845, etc. ; and The political cheap jack, both in pencil (Groves), £4. 

102 Very large notions, etc. ; Something like a horse tamer ; and Where ignorance 

is bhss, all in pencil (Groves), £5. 

103 Various sketches (10) for illustrations, all in pencil (Groves), £4. 

104 A similar lot (Groves), £5. 

105 Du Maurier, G., Study for " Platonic love," with woodcut of same, in one 

frame (Groves), £2. 

LiNLEY SamBOURNE. 

108 Huntsmen and hounds, in pen and ink, signed, with woodcut of same (Groves), 

£1 15s. 

109 London surveyed by the County Council, in pen and ink, signed (Groves), £1. 
no A bully brandishing a cudgel at a uniformed official, in pen and ink, signed 

(Dodd), £1. 

111 The Turk threatening the bear, in pen and ink, signed (Carter), £1. 

112 The budget of millions, in pen and ink, signed (Carter), £1. 

113 Portrait of a gentleman, in pen and ink, signed ; and a pencil sketch of same 

at the back, in one frame (Justin), £1. 

114 Three sketches for illustrations, in pen and ink, one framed, all signed (Dodd), 

£1 5S. 



116 Tonniel, Sir John, Punch's International Circus, in pencil, signed and dated 

T. J., 1899, framed (Carter), £1 los. 

117 Tenniel, Sir John, Female with property receiving the franchise, in pen and 

ink, signed J. T., framed (Best), £i. 



Sotheby's.] December i8 and 19, 1913. 

121 Browne, H. K. (" Phiz "), Frontispieces — Aunt Judy, 1878 ; My own Christmas 

book ; and A Merry Christmas, unframed (Groves), £8 los. 

122 Thomhill, Sir James, R.A., Painting — Seven Roman figure subjects, from the 

Raphael cartoons, done for Queen Caroline, who presented them to Dr. 
Moore, of Brighton, from whom they passed to the late owner — 24 X 29 
(Barker), £8. 

123 Thomhill, Sir James, R.A., The three sisters, after Sir T. Lawrence; and 

Eudocia, published by R. Harraden, both in printed colours (Harker), £4. 

124 Thomhill, Sir James, R.A., The Vatican windows, by an Italian engraver, 

set of ten, large Une engravings, coloured with body-colour and highly 
finished, in a portfolio (Parish), £4. 

F. Bartolozzi. 

125 Cupid and Hymea ; and Cupid and Psyche, a pair, ovals, in colours (Dixon), 

£23- 

126 The aerial travellers (V. Lunardi, Mrs. Sage, and G. Biggen), after Rigaud, 

trial proof, not quite finished, in brown (Sykes), £5. 

127 Apollo and the Muses on Mount Parnassus, after L. Guttenbrunn, in colours 

(Maggs), £18. 

128 The four seasons (group of Cupids), by and after F. Bartolozzi, set of four, in 

colours (Harker), £33. 

129 Winter, after A. Kauffman, oval, in colours (B. Mayne), £10. 

130 Nymphs after bathing, after A. Kauffman, in colours (Sotheran), £13. 

131 Damon and Musidora, after J. Opie, in colours (F. Harvey), £15. 

132 Youth, after J. F. Rigaud, in colours (F. Daniell), £10 5s. 

133 Cornelia, Mother of the Gracchi, after A. Kauffman, in colours (Lester), £17. 

134 Love and fortime, after J. B. Cipriani ; and Cupid and Psyche, by J. M. Delattre, 

after F. Bartolozzi, a pair, in colours (Maggs), £17 los. 

135 A St. James's beauty ; and A St. Giles's beauty, after J. H. Benwell, a pair, 

in red (Jackson), ^15. 

136 Miss Wallis, by and after F. Bartolozzi, in colours (W. Sabin), £33. 

137 Bunbury, H., Love and hope, by C. Knight, oval, in colours (Adams), £9. 
13S Bunbury, H., English infantry (9 prints), by F. D. Soiron (Dell), £8 8s. 

139 Burke, T., Lady Rushout, after Plimer, oval, in colours (Harris), £7. 

140 Burke, T., Lady Rushout and daughter, after A. Kauffman, oval, in brown 

(Meadows), £35. 

141 Collyer, J., Thomas Conolly, after R. Bull, oval, in colours ; Lady holding a 

fan, leaning over a door, by L. A. Coessens, proof before letters ; Children 
subjects, by CoUbert, a pair, proof before letters (Jackson), £7. 

142 Cooper, R., Mrs. Russell Manners, after J. Strockling, in colours (Leggatt), £11. 

143 Cosway, R., Mrs. Duff, by J. Agar, in colours (Jarman), £47. 

144 Cosway, R., Melania (Mrs. Robinson), by J. Coad^, oval, in colours (Ellis and 

Smith), £22 los. 

145 Cosway, R., Maria Cosway, by F. Bartolozzi, etched-Ietter proof, in colours 

(Johnson), £8 5s. 

146 Curtis, Marie Antoinette, after Dufroe, in colours (Sotheran), £io. 

147 Delattre, J. M., Steme and the grisette ; and The Vicar of Wakefield, after 

F. Wheatley, a pair, proofs before letters, circles, in colours (Blacker), £54. 

148 Delattre, J. M., Miss Harrop, after A. Kaufiman, proof before letters, oval 

(Leggatt), £4 los. 

149 Downman, J., Miss Boyd, by P. W. Tomkins, proof before letters, oval, in 

brown (Leggatt), £9 los. 

150 Downman, J., Lady Elizabeth Foster, by C. Watson, oval, in brown (Egger), 

£5 10s. 



8o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

151 Finlayson, J., Lady Broughton, after F. Cotes, proof before letters; Miss 

Farren in the character of " Hermione," by E. Fisher, after J. Zoffany 
(Jarvis), £7. 

152 Hamilton, W., Winter, by T. Gaugain, oval, in colours, framed (Bridges), 

il lOS. 

153 Hoppner, J., Lady Gertrude Villiers, by C. Wilkin, proof before letters, in 

brown, with large margin (F. Daniell), £16 los. 

154 Hoppner, J., Lady Charlotte Buncombe, by C. Wilkin, etched-letter proof, 

in brown, tinted (Jameson), £ir. 

155 Hoppner, J., Cecilia (Phcsbe Hoppner), by J. Baldry, in red (Farrow), ;f8. 

156 Knight, C, British plenty ; and Scarcity in India, after H. Singleton, a pair, in 

colours (Agnew), £68. 

157 Knight, C, Scarcity in India, after H. Singleton, in colours, with untrimmed 

margin (F. Daniell), £20. 

158 Lupton, T., Miss O'Neill, after Phillips, in colours, framed (F. Daniell), £4. 

159 Meyer, H., The cottage door, after W. Owen, etched-letter proof (Maggs), 

£11 lOS. 

160 Miller, W., A Bachelor of Arts, by A. Cardon ; and A Master of Arts, by L. 

Schiavonetti, a pair ; Fortune, by Minasi, after J. B. Cipriani, cut, all in 
colours (Jameson), £5. 

G. MOELAND. 

161 The coquette at her toilet, by W. Ward, in colours (Spencer), £31. 

163 Delia in the country, by J. R. Smith, oval, in colours (W. Sabin), £100. 

163 The same, etched-letter proof, in brown (F. Daniell), £33. 

164 Constancy ; and Variety, by W. Ward, a pair, in colours (W. Sabin), £138. 

165 Industry, by C. Knight, proof before letters, oval ; The lucky sportsman, by 

F. D. Soiron ; and The singing bird, by W. Ward (F. Daniell), £9 los. 

166 Reynolds, Sir Joshua, The sleeping girl, by J. Jones, in colours, cut (Harker), 

£8 15s. 

167 Reynolds, Sir Joshua, The fortune teller, and The mask, by C. Turner, a pair ; 

and another impression of The mask (A. Davis), £8 los. 

168 Romney, G., Charlotte, Viscountess Moimtstuart, by F. Bartolozzi, proof 

before letters, in colours (Kemp), £26. 

169 Romney, G., II Penseroso and L' Allegro (Mrs. Yates and Mrs. Jordan), by G. 

Keating, in colours (Brail), £13. 

170 Romney, G., Master J. T. Paine, by J. Dean, proof before letters (W. Sabin), 

£20. 

171 Ryland, W. W., The triumph of Venus, after A. Kauffman, circle ; Marianne, 

oval ; and " The greatest of these is charity," after Sir A. Vandyck, oval, 
all in red (Jackson), £7. 

172 Schiavonetti, L., A nest of Cupids, after J. Aspinall, proof before letters 

(Leggatt), £11. 

173 Scorodomoff, G., Nymphs and sleeping Cupid ; and Nymphs and Cupid awake, 

after A. Kaufiman, a pair, proofs before letters, circles, in red (Brail), 
£15 15s. 

174 Smith, J. R., Narcissa ; and Flirtilla, by and after J. R. Smith, a pair, in 

black, with full margins (F. Daniell), £30 los. 

175 Smith, J. R., A Loisir, by and after J. R. Smith, oval, in brown (Siltzer), 

£15 15s. 

176 Smith, J . R., Thoughts on a single life, by and after J . R. Smith, oval, in brown 

(Adam), £13 los. 

177 Tomkins, P. W., The dance ; and the Glory of Britain, a pair, in colours oa 

silk, framed (F. Daniell), £19 los. 



Sotheby's.] December i8 and 19, 1913. 81 

178 Ward, W., Thoughts on matrimony, after J . R. Smith ; and Louisa, by and after 

W. Ward, ovals, in colours (King), £50. 

179 Ward, W., The musing charmer, by and after W. Ward, etched-letter proof, 

circle, in brown (F. Daniell), £15. 
r8o Ward, W., Arthur Murphy, after N. Dance, in colours, framed (Carter), £5. 

181 Aiken, H., Illustrations (38) to popular songs, in colours, with title page (Lester) , 

182 His Majesty reviewing his troops on Blackheath, by R. Pollard, after W. 

Mason, aquatint (A. Davis), £5. 

183 Lord Nelson, by J. Young, after J. Rising, open-letter proof, (Parker), £8 los . 



Various Properties. 

Framed. 

185 The fruits of early industry and economy, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, 

published 1789 (Brail), £1 15s. 

186 Constancy, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, face tinted (Dixon), £4. 

187 Summer ; and Winter, a pair, by T. Nugent, after G. Morland (Jarrow), £7 5s. 

188 Girl with kitten ; and Girl with parrot, a pair, in colours ; Lady seated in a 

landscape, by T. Nugent, after G. Morland (Brail), £4 4s. 

189 General Washington, by J. Heath, after G. Stuart (Jackson), £1. 

Unknown. 
191 Shooting, by W. Woollett, after George Stubbs, the set of four (Fores), £7. 

In the Portfolio. 

204 Aquatint in colovur, by Janinet, after Lavreince, " Ah ! Laisse moi done voir," 

framed (SabLn), £50. 

205 Whistler, Nocturne ; and four others, lithographs (Gutekunst), £6 5s. 
211 Canaletto, An etching — Village on the Brenda (Meatyard), £1 i8s. 
217 Schoolboys, by J. R. Smith, after Reynolds (W. Sabin), £10. 

2i8 The connoisseur, by P. Dawe, after H. Morland, proof (Sotheran), £2 los. 

219 The letter woman, by P. Dawe, after H. Morland (Sotheran), £3 los. 

220 Lady Betty Foster, by Bartolozzi, after Reynolds (Jackson), £5 los. 

221 Juvenile employment, in colours, by W. Ward, after J. Rising (Jameson), £25. 

223 Paul, J. Dean, Leicestershire — a set of four, reprints (A. Davis), £4. 

224 Pollard, J., Scenes (4) on the road to Epsom, reprints (A. Davis), £4. 

225 Liverpool Grand Steeplechase, 1839 (4), late impressions (Yeulett), £2 12s. 
300 Hunting the roebuck, a set of four prints, after Wolstenholme, in colours 

(Sabin), £25. 

306 The surrender of the two sons of Tippoo Sultaim, by Cardon, after Singleton, 

in colours (Maggs), £3. 

307 Historical subject, by Bartolozzi, after Kaufiman, in colours (Brail), £4. 

312 Col. Mordaunt's cock fight, coloured ; and key, framed (Norris), £3 los. 

313 Lord Nelson boarding the two Spanish ships ; also Battle of the Nile ; and 

Battle of Trafalgar ; by Daniel Orme, in colours, margins added (Arrow), 

Framed. 

316 Lady Elizabeth Keppell, by E. Fisher, after Sir J. Reynolds (Jackson), £4. 

317 A set of four coloured prints, by Josi, after 'WTieatley (Barrow), £13 los. 

31S Cleopatra and Augustus, by Burke, after A. Kaufiman, in colours (Barrow), 

£4 i8s. 
319 Simplicity, after Reynolds, by S. Cousins, proof impression, signed (Jameson), 

£6 los. 



82 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

320 " Love me, love my dog," after RevBolds, by S. Cousins, signed proof (Jameson), 
£9- 

322 The squire's door, after Morland, by Duterreau, sepia, cut (Brail), fjz 15s. 

323 A pair of ovals : Rustic subjects, in colours, by Eginton, after Wheatley, (Sabin), 

£29. 
327 Buck, Adam, Mamma at romps ; and The darling dancing, in colours (W. 
Sabin), ;f62. 

The Property of Lady Orchardson. 

Framed. 

344 Raebum, Sir H., Lord Newton, by C. Turner, open-letter proof (Marston), 

£138. 

345 Children relieving a beggar boy, by C. Wilkin, after Sir W. Beechey (Morrison), 

346 The cottage breakfast ; and The cottage supper, by J . Ogbom, after W. R. 

Bigg, a pair (Morrow), £1 15s. 

347 Charles II, by J. Smith, after W. Wissing (Baker), £3 los. 

349 William Wordsworth, by T. Lupton, after B. R. Haydon, proof before all 
letters (Maggs), £1. 



December 19, 1913. Christie's. 

Pictures by Old Masters, the property of Captain 
Weyland, Woodeaton House, Oxon ; and Ancient Pictures 
and Drawings, from other sources. 



The property of Captain Weyland, Woodeaton House, 
Oxon. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Cruickshank, W., A dead blackcock — 13J X 20 (Money), £1 iis. 6d. 

2 Pearson, C, 1873, A. Highland valley ; and A dead pigeon, by W. Ward, 1865 

(Mitchell), £1 IS. 

PICTURES. 

3 Beale, Mary, Mrs. Nourse in yellow and white dress with grey scarf ; in a 

sculptured oval — 29 X 24^ (Agnew), £39 i8s. 

4 Canaletto, A., Grand Canal, Venice, with the Rialto, gondolas and figures — 

33i X 52i (Nicholson), £546. 

5 Canaletto School. Courtyard of the Doge's Palace, Venice, with figures — 

33i X 52 (Cohen), £11 iis. 

6 Canaletto School. Doge's Palace, Venice, with boats and figures — 32 J X43 

(Leger), £5 15s. 6d. 

7 Carpentier, A., 1743, John Nourse, Esq., of Woodeaton, in brown coat and 

blue vest ; and Mrs. Nourse in white dress with blue bows, a pair — 29 X 24 
(Peabody), £23 2S. 

8 Carpentier, A., — Nourse, Esq., in plum-coloiu:ed coat and flowered vest. 

oval — 29 X 24 (Liter), £11 iis. 

9 Dance, N., R.A., John Weyland, Esq., of Woodeaton, in scarlet coat with 

buff vest and breeches leaning on a pedestal holding his hat and stick — 
49i X 39i (Agnew), £462. 
10 Dutch School. Woody river scene with tow-boat and figures — 22 X 26! 
(Huggins), £12 I2S. 



Christie's.] December 19, 1913. S3 

1 1 Early English School. Richard Moreton, Esq., of Tackley, seated in his park 

with his nephew, John Weyland, and his niece, Susan, who are fishing 
in a stream — z8 X 35J (Agnew), £178 10s. 

12 Hayter, Sir G., Major Richard Weyland, M.P. for Oxfordshire ; and Lady 

and child, a miniature (Justice), £2 12s. 6d. 

13 Herring, J. F., Stable with huntsmen, horses and hounds — 15^ x 23} 

(Sampson), £6 i6s. 6d. 

14 Hogarth School. Lady in yellow dress with dog and basket of flowers — 

49 X 39 (Glen), £32 IIS. 

15 Hogarth School. Child in red costume plaj'ing with a dog — 41 x 38 (Peabody), 

£9 9S. 

16 Honthorst, Gamesters — 32^ X 29J (Kendal), £39 i8s. 

17 Kneller, Sir G., John Nourse, Esq., of Woodeaton, in brown dress trimmed 

with gold braid ; and Richard Nourse, Esq., in brown dress leaning his 
right hand on a table, a pair — 49 x 39 (Cohen), ;fi6 i6s. 

18 King, H., 1828, A hunter in a landscape ; and A horse near a shed (IVIisell), 

£1 IS. 

19 Lane, Samuel, John Weyland, Esq., in blue coat and grey breeches seated 

in an armchair holding his hat — 49 X 39J (Agnew), £483. 

20 Loo, J. B. van, Richard Moreton, Esq., of Tackley Park, in brown coat and 

flowered vest — 30 x 23 J (Knoedler), ;fi6 i6s. 

21 Reynolds School. Gentleman in red cloak — 30 X 25 (Leggatt), £8 i8s. 6d. 

22 Sartorius, J. N., John Nourse, Esq.> of Woodeaton, on horseback, with 

huntsmen and hounds — 39^ X 49^ (Lambert), £105. 

23 Velde, van de. Men-of-war in a breeze — 24* X 29J (Leger), £5 5s. 

24 Vinckeboons, Woody river scene with figures and horsemen, panel — 29J X 42 

(Leger), £11 iis. 

25 Vos, C. de. Dog and monkey in a landscape — 24J X 29J (Nicholson), £10 los. 

26 Webb, W., 1830, Hunter in a landscape near O.^ford ; and Hunter in a pasture, 

by E. W. W., 1832 (Amor), £3 13s. 6d. 



Different properties. 

DR.\WINGS. 

27 Edridge, H., A.R.A., 1802, Lady standing on a terrace — i2f X 9 (Leggatt), 

£18 7s. 6d. 

28 Hamilton, Childish amusements, a pair, oval — si X 6 (ElUs & Smith), £54 12s. 

29 Russell, J., R.A., Rev. Robert Wells, D.D., Rector of Willingham, in gown 

and bands holding a book; signed, and dated 1S02 ; pastel — 29^ X 24J 
(Thrift), £11 IIS. 

30 Downman, J., A.R.A., 17S0, Gentleman in dark coat ; and Lady in blue dress, 

a pair, oval — 7i x 6} (Agnew), £63. 

PICTURES. 

31 Coypel, Hunting ; and Hawking, a pair of shaped overdoors — 38J X 54 

(Thomas), £220 los. 

32 Paye, Master and Miss Elliot with a donkey — 49^ X 39* (Copeland), £126. 

33 Kalf, Monkey with fruit and still life on a table — 40J x 37i (Nicholson), 

£35 14s. 

34 Reynolds, Boy in brown coat — 24 x 20J (Copeland), £241 los. 

35 Ruysdael, Woody landscape with peasant on a path, panel — 16 x i2i (Cohen), 

£15 15s. 

36 Borman, J., Dish of fruit, lemon and glass of wine on a slab — 26 X 21J 

(Colnaghi & Obach), £22 is. 



84 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

37 Raebum, Sir H., R.A., Gentlemaa in grey coat with white stock, his arms 

folded— 28i X 23i (Percy), £39 i8s. 

38 Reynolds, Sir Robert Howe Bromley, third Baronet, in dark coat and vest 

trimmed with gold braid — 35 X 27I (Nicholson), £27 6s. 

39 Mieris, W. van, A toper, panel — 9 X 7i (Amor), £26 5s. 

40 Beerstraaten, Winter landscape with cottage and figures gathering firewood — 

36i X 48i (Leger), £6 6s. 

41 Netscher, C, Lady in white satin dress seated under a canopy attended by 

three maids, a group of cupids with fruit on the left— 27 X 47 (Frazer) 
£16 i6s. 

42 Lancret, Ladies and gentlemen in a landscape — 24! X 31J (Kendal), £89 5s. 

43 Pourbus, Gentleman in brown dress standing by a table ; and Lady in grey 

dress standing by a chair, a pair, unframed — 92J X 64 (Leger), £25 4s. 

44 Sustermans, Cavaliers in crimson embroidered dresses with lace collars and 

cuffs, standing by tables, a pair — 83 x 55 (Colnaghi & Obach), £262 los. 

45 Sustermans, Gentleman in brown dress holding a baton — 83!- X 56 (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £147. 

46 Kessel, J. van. Landscape with a farmhouse, figures and animals — 38J X 58I 

(Van Duren), £27 6s. 

47 Neefs, P., Interior of a cathedral with figiires, on copper — 31 x 38J (Hamilton), 

£29 8s. 

48 French School. Young lady in rich white dress seated sketching and holding 

the portrait of a gentleman — 29J X 24!- (Nicholson), £99 15s. 

49 Romney, G., John Dunning, first Baron Ashburton, in dark coat with red 

collar and white vest, powdered wig, oval — 27 X 24 (Fleming), £12 12s. 

50 Steen, Interior with peasant family and culinary utensils, panel — 17 x 14 

(Schroeder), £19 19s. 

51 Steen, Jan, A toper in brown dress with dark cap seated holding a glass in 

his right hand, panel — 9J x 7i (Amor), £6 i6s. 6d. 

52 School of Westphalia, A Triptych with the Nativity in the centre, and the 

Annunciation and the Circumcision on either wing ; panel, centre panel — 
28 X i8| (Graham), £52 los. 

53 Snyders, F., A boar himt — 6ii X 93J (Streletskie), £56 14s. 

54 Watson, G., P.R.S.A., Gentleman in dark dress with white cravat — 29} X 24J 

(Dyer), £7 7s. 

55 KauSman, A., R.A., Ladies in white dresses their hair done high and orna- 

mented with pearls, a pair — 29^ X 25J (Knoedler), £18 i8s. 

56 Parmigiano, Madonna and Child with Saint John and an angel, panel — 

36 X 27 (Wintemitz), £11 iis. 

57 Kneller, Sir G., Duke of Devonshire in armour with white cravat ; signed, 

and dated 1700 ; oval — 27^ X 24 (Colnaghi), £25 4s. 

58 Janssens, C, John WiUyams, Archbishop of York, in dark dress, seated, his 

satchet-case on a table on the right — 48 X 38 (Cohen), £31 los. 

59 School of Lely. Sir Robert Vyner, Lord Mayor of London, in robes — 49X39i 

(Cohen), £27 6s. 

60 Diest, J. van, Peter Snell, Esq., of Whitley Court, Gloucestershire, in brown 

coat with white cravat ; signed, and dated 1717 — 49 X 39J (Carter), 
£18 i8s. 

61 Giovanni da Milano, Altar-piece with the Madonna and Child in the centre, 

and scenes from the hfe of the Virgin on either side, panel — 42 X 60 
(Hastings), £57 15s. 

62 Early Spanish School. Scenes from the life of Saini John the Baptist, a pair, 

panel — 474 x 37i (Nicholson), £141 15s. 



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63 Wit, J. de, Boys blowing bubbles; signed, and dated 1732 — 38J X 32 

(Neumans), £220 los. 

64 Hoppner, J., R.A., Peter Dolland, Esq., optician in the Strand, 1750, in 

dark coat and vest with white stock and powdered hair — 29J X 24^ 
(Wadhurst), £16 i6s. 

65 Heemskirk, E. van, A scene in court with numerous figures — 24i X 29^ 

(Streletskie), £4 4s. 

66 Peeters, Bonaventura, Bay scene with shipping and figures — 39! X 59 (Leger), 

£11 IIS. 

67 Craesbeeck, J. van. Interior with boors carousing, panel — 15 J X 23 (Leger), 

£5 15s. 6d. 
^8 Goyen, J. van. River scene with church and town, figures and cattle in the 
foreground, panel — 18J X 25J (Glen), £110 5s. 

69 Lingelbach, River scene with hunting party — 20J x 25 (Wintemitz), £4 14s. 6d. 

70 Re^Tiolds, Sir J., P.R.A., King George III in grey coat and red cloak trimmed 

with ermine wearing the Riband and Star of the Garter — 29J X 24^ 
(Dyer), £73 ids. 

71 Early English School. Lady in blue dress trimmed with ermine seated with 

infant child on her lap — 35 X 27J (Gooden & Fox), £21. 

72 Witte, E. de, Interior of a church with rnonk and other figures — 19 X 22i. 

(Kendal), £25 4s. 

73 Morland, G., Coast scenes and landscapes with figures, set of foiir, panel — 

4X6 (Permain), £36 15s. 

74 Morland, G., Rocky coast with figures and boats, panel — 6J X gj (Hamilton), 

£5 5S. 

75 Rottenhammer, Holy Family with angels in a landscape, panel — 62 X 24* 

(Richardson), £25 4s. 

76 Romney, G., Old lady in mob cap, oval — 22 x 18 (Peabody), £6 6s. 

77 School of van Scorel. A Pieta : The dead body of Christ with the three 

Maries and Saint John, panel — 22 x i6i (Kendal), £25 4s. 

78 Cuyp, J. G., Gentleman with his wife and son before a farm, a rustic bridge 

leading to a church on the right, panel — 34 x 47 (Leger), £31 los. 

79 Vries, de, A composition of buildings with a fountain in the centre — 35J x 57 

(Brassey), £7 7s. 

80 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., Samuel Cardozo, Esq., chairman of Lloyds, in dark 

dress holding a paper — 29J x 24J (Bailey), £4 4s. 

81 Ramsay, Allan, Miss Flora Macdonald in white satin dress with blue bow — 

29i X 23 (Bailey), £7 7s. 
■82 Francks, F., Interior of a picture gallery with figures ; signed, and dated 
1612 ; panel — 34 x 42^ (Bailey), £23 2S. 

83 School of MuriUo, Boy in drown dress — 24J x 19 (Bailey), £10 los. 

84 Backhu'j'sen, Rocky coast with shipwreck — 2S| X 36^ (Cohen), £27 6s. 

85 Hudson, Lady in brown dress seated with pet dog ; and Gentleman in green 

coat and white surcoat — 45 x 33 (Homer), £16 i6s. 

86 Seghers, A festoon of flowers — 28^ X 39*- (Wyland), £21. 

87 Campidoglio, Fruit in a landscape — 2ii X 32^ (Schroeder), £3 3s. 

88 Stuven, E., Flowers in a metal vase — 22^ x 18 (Thompson), £10 los. 

89 Dutch School. Landscape with the dismissal of Hagar, panel — 27 X 51 

(Thompson), £5 5s. 

90 French School. Lady and gentleman in pastoral costumes — 37 x 29 (Cart- 

wright), £18 i8s. .J,, 

91 Breughel and Rottenhammer, Saint John and cherubs with flowers and 

comucopiae of fruit ; xmframed, panel — 15 x 27 (Renton), £10 los. 



86 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

92 BriU, P., Rocky landscape with muleteers — 26J X 41J (Reid), £4 14s. 6d. 

93 Robert, Canal scene with classical buildings and figures — 24 X 39i (Garland), 

£23 6s. 

94 Rembrandt, A Jewish Rabbi — 29J x 24J (Schroeder), £12 12s. 

95 Italian School. Saint Cecilia — 40 x 54 (CoUings), £11 iis. 

96 Roux, Maitre, The woman taken in adultery, panel — 29 X 24 (Kenilworth), 

£25 4S. 

97 Dutch School. Gentleman in dark dress with white lace collar, panel — ■ 

20J X 17 (Dyer), £39 i8s. 

98 Huysum, J. van. Peacock and poultry in the gardens of a palace — 59^ X 71 

(Cohen), £52 los. 
loi Griffier, View on the Rhine with buildings, boats and figures, panel — iijxis^ 
(Streletskie), £2 5s. 

102 Willaerts, A., View on the coast with men-of-war and figures, panel — 24J X 37i 

(Lewis), £14 14s. 

103 Klomp, A., Landscape with peasants and animals near a stone pedestal, 

panel — 16 X 20 (Gardner), £3 3s. 

104 O'Connor, J. A., Woody landscape with figures on a road ; and Ladies aa.d 

gentlemen in a landscape (Turner), £18 i8s. 

105 Hecke, J. van den, Village scene with travelling singers and peasants — 

25i X 32 (Collings), £9 9s. 

106 Early EngUsh School. Lady in yellow dress with white lace frill and lace 

cap trimmed with pink riband, oval — 26 x 20J (WalUs), £48 6s. 

107 Hogarth, Night scene — 24J X 29* (Schroeder), £31 los. 

108 KneUer School. Zachary Bayly, Esq., of Bowlish, in blue coat and embroi- 

dered surcoat ; and his wife, Mercy, in red dress and blue cloak, holding 
a basket of fruit, a pair — ^48^- x 39i (Martin), £36 15s. 

109 KneUer School. — Bayly, Esq., in blue dress with grey wig — 48J x 38J 

(Martin), £5 5s. 
no Cotes, F., R.A., Hon. Elizabeth Booth, daughter of Nathaniel Lord Delamenre 

in white dress with blue bows and pearl ornaments, oval — 29^- X 24J 

(Agnew), £378. 
in Heem, de, A lobster, viands and other objects of still Ufe — 24 J X 32 (Amster), 

£14 14s. 

112 Schweiokhardt, H. W., 1796, Frozen river scenes with buildings and figures, 

panel — iij X 17 (Kent), £10 los. 

113 Early English School. Two children in a garden the elder in white muslin 

dress with black sash, the younger in pink dress caressing a dog — 48 X 36^ 
(Dalton), £35 14s. 

114 Moucheron, F., Woody river scene with animals and buildings — 29 J X 37 

(Smith), £5 5s. 

115 Hamilton, W., R.A., The seasons ; a set of four, panel— 15^ x iij (Curtis), 

£183 15s. 

116 Gardner, D., Portrait of the artist's wife with her two sons — 27^ X 35J- 

(Agnew), £892 IDS. 

117 Arrijana, A. de. Coronation of the Virgin, panel — 9 J X 6| (WaUis), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 
ir8 Breughel, Landscape with farm wagon and figures ; and two Hilly land- 
scapes, panel (Orr-Ewing), £4 14s. 6d. 

119 Coello, Prince Charles, son of Philip II of Spain, in rich armour standing on 

a terrace — 27 X 17 (Wallis), £31 ids. 

120 Croos, J . van, Undulating landscape with peasants on a road ; signed, and 

dated 1649 ; panel — loj X I3J- (Agnew), £65 2s. 



Christie's.] December 19, 1913. 87 



121 Dutch School. Winter landscapes with cottages and figures, panel ; and 

The Holy Family, on copper (Powell), £2 12s. 6d. 

122 Guardi, F., The Dogana, Venice : View at the entrance of the Grand Canal, 

with gondolas, boats and figures — i2i X i/J (Colnaghi & Obach), £651. 

123 Guardi, P., Ruins of a building with arch and figures, panel — 7i X 10 (Agnew), 

£210. 

124 Guardi, F., Classical ruins with figures and boat, panel — -yj X 5J (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £189. 

125 Guardi, F., Islands off Venice with gondolas, a pair, panel — 4^ X 7 (Tooth) 

£105. 

126 Hackaert, Jan, Woody river scene with stag-hunt — 26 x 30 (Haines), £14 14s. 

127 Morland, G., View on the coast with fishermen launching their boat — gf X 13 

(BoxaU), £5 5s. 

128 Morland, G., Farmyard with horse and pigs — i2i x 15 (Lewis), £4 4s. 

129 Morland, G., Woody landscape with peasant and horse ; and In full cry 

(Turner), £ii iis. 

130 Netscher, G., Lady wearing a blue cloak trimmed with ermine, pearl orna- 

ments, sculptured oval, panel — izi X 10 (Amor), £21. 

131 Raphael, Holy Family, with Saint John in a landscape, panel — 54J X 39J 

(Dyer), £6 i6s. 6d. 

132 Towne, C, Landscape with peasant on a road — 22 x 19 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£4 4S- 

133 Richardson, J., A dwarf standing on a chair holding a cane — 32 X 24 

(Nicholson), £14 14s. 

134 Saftleven, H., Hilly river scene with anglers and figures in a boat ; signed 

with monogram, and dated 1643 ; panel — ig^ X 24^ (Streletskie), 
£11 OS. 6d. 

135 Spanish School. Peasant with flask of wine ; and The promenade (Blaker), 

£26 5s. 

136 Dyck, van. Head of Charles I with lace collar ; and Head of a young man 

in embroidered jacket with red cloak (Cox), £6 6s. 

137 Velasquez, Equestrian portredt of Philip IV in armour with white rufi and 

frills holding a baton, panel — 25 X 19 (Parkenthorpe), £7 17s. 6d. 

PORTRAITS. 
In Pastel. 

138 Hoare, W., R.A., Three ladies of the Shelley family, a set of three — 23 X iT 

(Drabble), £21. 

In Oils. 

139 David Polhill, Esq., when a young man, in plum-coloured coat with white- 

cravat ; and Charles Polhill, Esq., in dark coat (Drabble), £1 iis. 6d. 

140 Dutch School. Thomas Polhill, Esq., in black dress with white cuffs ; and 

his wife EUzabeth, daughter of General Henry Ireton, in a garden by a 
sculptured vase, a pair — 49 x 39 (Drabble), £16 i6s. 

141 Honthorst, The Queen of Bohemia in dark dress trinmaed with gold braid, 

large white lace collar and pearl ornaments — 29i X 24^ (Drabble), £29 8s. 

142 Hudson, T., Ehzabeth Borrett, third wife of David PolhiU, Esq., in white 

dress with blue Uning holding some blossom — 48J X 39 (Drabble), £65 2S, 

143 Hudson, T., David Polhill, Esq., the Kentish petitioner, in brown dress. 

holding his glove — 48 X 38 (Drabble), £9 9s. 

144 Hudson, T., Charles Polhill, Esq., in plum-coloured coat and vest, oval — 

29 X 24 (Drabble), £6 6s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



145 Kneller, Sir G., Elizabeth Trevor, first wife of David Polbill, Esq., in blue 

dress with white lining, seated in a landscape with her right arm resting 
on a pedestal — 48J X 39J (Drabble), £27 6s. 

146 Lely, Bridget Cromwell, wife of General Henry Ireton, in plum-coloured 

dress and blue scarf, pearl ornaments — 48J x sgi (Drabble), £189. 

147 Richardson, J., Henry Polhill, Esq., in brown coat and white scarf, his hat 

under his left arm, powdered wig — 29 X 24 (Drabble), £is 15s. 

148 Stone, H., John Thurloe, Esq., Secretary of State to Oliver Cromwell, in 

dark dress with small white lace collar — 27J x 23^ (Drabble), £18 i8s. 

149 Walker, R., Oliver Cromwell in armoior with small lawn collar, resting kis 

left hand on his heknet and holding a baton in his right — 50 X 38 (Drabble), 

£39 1 8s. 
130 Walker, General Henry Ireton in armour resting his left arm on a pedestal 

and holding a baton in his right, an encampment in the backgroimd — 

48 X 39 (Drabble), £204 15s. 
iji Wissing, William III, in Garter robes ; and Queen Mary in coronation robes, 

a pair — 50 X 40 (Drabble), £12 12s. 



December 19, 1913. Puttick's. 

Engravings, comprising fancy subjects of the Early- 
English and French Schools, portraits in mezzotint, Line, 
and stipple, sporting subjects, modern etchings, etc. 

52 Departing day, by Camille Fonce, after Karl Heffner, signed artist's proof, on 

vellum (Couch), £i is. 

53 A Normandy pine forest, by and after Camille Fonce, signed proof, on vellum 

(Couch), 19s. 
66 The rivals, by Gaugain, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed artist's proof, on vellum 

(Landeker), £i 6s. 
69 Emma Hart, by Frank Short, after J . Hoppner, mezzotint, signed proof (Maggs), 

£1 15s. 

88 Duchess of Devonshire ; and Lady Sheffield, by Sydney E. Wilson, after 

Reynolds, mezzotints, in colours, signed proofs, a pair (Vicars), £20. 
Framed. 

89 Bejot, E., Le Palais d'Orsay, Paris, signed proof (Landeker), £1 6s. 

90 Bejot, E., Les Jardins Tuileries, Paris, signed proof (Neumeyer), £1 7s. 

91 Pennell, Joseph, Rouen Cathedral, the west front, printed by the artist, signed 

proof, plate destroyed (Neumeyer), i8s. 

92 Salisbury Cathedral, by D. Lucas, after Constable, mezzotint (Comyns), £1 15s. 

93 A foraging party ; and On the alert, by A. Gilbert, after Rosa Bonheur, signed 

remarque artist's proof, on vellum, a pair (Lefevre), £1 2S. 

94 Polichinelle k la Rose, by Monzies, after Meissonier, signed by the painter, 

remarque artist's proof, on satin (Athill), £1 5s. 

95 Connoisseurs, by A. Blanchard, after Meissonier, signed by the painter, remarque 

artist's proof (Maggs), £1 los. 

96 Miss Peel, proof, and Mrs. Wolff, by Samuel Cousins, mezzotints (Brail), £3 ids. 
103 King Edward VII, by J. B. Pratt, after Luke Fildes, mezzotint, signed proof, 

and another (Couch), £2. 
142 The Durham ox, by Whesscll, in colours, (Sotheran), £1 6s. 
176 The standard bearer, by W. Pether, after Rembrandt, mezzotint (Brail), £1 6s. 
180 Chastity : and Contemplation, by P. W. Tomkins, after Lady Templetown, a 

pair (Pollard), £i 6s. 



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181 Mrs. Clarke, drawn and etched by Adam Buck, in colours (Pollard), £3 15s. 

204 The letter woman, by Phil Dawe, after Henry Morland, mezzotint (Ross), 

£4 15s- 

205 Female lucubration, by P. Dawe, after Foldson, mezzotint, etched-letter 

proof, with full margins (Ross), £7 17s. 6d. 

206 King Richard II, by Thew, after Northcote, in colours (Blythe), £1 15s. 

207 George Duke of Buckingham, with his brother Francis, by J. McArdell, after 

Van Dyck, mezzotint (Dott), £4 14s. 6d. 

210 La Felicite Villageoise, after Freudeberg, and companion (Hofer), £3 los. 

211 Auld Robin Gray, by VV. Dickenson, after Bunbury, and Jemmy's farewell, 

by F. Bartolozzi, after Benwell (Sotheran), £4. 

212 Sheltered peasants, and companion, by A. Cardon, after Singleton, a pair 

(Hofer), £2 los. 

213 La diseuse de bonne adventure, by A. Cardon, after Masquierier, in colours 

(Brail), £5 5S. 

214 Sunshine of love, by Samuel Cousins, after Raouz, mezzotint, first state 

(Leggatt). £70. 

215 Sutherland children, by S. Cousins, after Lawrence, mezzotint, third state 

(Dortin), £1 4s. 

216 Towing home the Temeraire, by Prior, after Turner, proof before all letters 

(Abbott), 17s. 

217 Apollo and Sibyl, by and after the. same, first state, signed proof (Abbott), 13s. 
229 Views of Queen Square, and Grosvenor Square, by R. Dodd and R. Pollard, 

after E. Dayes, aquatints, in colours, a pair (F. Sabin), £4 12s. 6d. 

234 The coquette at her toilet, and Domestic happiness, by W. Ward, after G. 

Morland, mezzotints, a pair (Harris), £46 4s. 

235 Irish, Scotch, and Welsh Peasants, by A. Cardon, after Westall, in colours 

(Clarke), £3- 

236 England ; Ireland ; Scotland ; and Wales, by W. Barnard, after R. K. Porter, 

mezzotints, a set of four (Harris), £11 iis. 
242 Coaching scenes, set of four, aquatints, in colours- — 5J X 3J (Lauser), £5. 

244 Honble. Company's Ship Warren Hastings and La Pie'mont'aise, by R. Dodd, 

aquatint, in colours (Rimell), £1. 

245 Miss Harriet Powell, by R. Houston, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint, 

first state (Price), £6 15s. 

249 Honble. Richard Edgcumbe, by W. Dickinson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

mezzotint, second state (Moss), £4 15s. 

250 The Honble. John Hancock, of Boston, in New England, President of the 

American Congress, done from an original picture, painted by Littleford, 
London, published by C. Shepherd, 1775, mezzotint, and autograph of 
same (Parker), £9 9s. 

252 Interior of a native village in New Zealand, by Walker, proof, lithograph ( ), 

£1. 

253 Age of innocence, by J. Grozer, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, in brown (Rolls), 

£8 8s. 

254 Simplicity, by F. Bartolozzi, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, in brown (Ellis and 

Smith), £9 9s. 

255 Honble. Mr. Leicester Stanhope, by F. Bartolozzi, after Sir Joshua Reynolds 

(Sotheran), £10 los. 

256 Miss Potts as " Thais," by Bartolozzi, after Reynolds (Pollard), £16 163. 

257 Napoleon il Grande, by Maina, oval, in colours (Young), £1. 

258 Buonaparte reviewing the Consular Guards, by C. Turner, after Masquerier, 

mezzotint (F. Sabin), £9 15s. 



90 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

259 Leicestershire covers, by Sutlierland, after Aiken, aquatints, in colours, a set 

of four (Holliday), £9 19s. 6d. 

260 A horse race ; and Travelling post, by Maille and Sutherland, after Vidal, 

aquatints, in colours, a pair (Andrade), £2 2s. 
262 George Town and Federal City ; and Great Falls of Potomac, by T. Cartwright, 

after G. Beck, aquatints, in colours, a pair (Cardon), £9 15s. 
268 Carohne of Litchfield, by Orme, after Singleton, in colours, on strainer 

(Andrade), £3. 
270 First steeplechase, by J. Harris, after Aiken, in colours (2) ; and Turnpike gate, 

by J. Harris, after Henderson ( ), £3 ids. 

272 The full of the honeymoon,; and The wane of the honeymoon, by R. Laurie, 

after F. Wheatley, open-letter proof, mezzotints, a pair (Pollard), £22 is. 
Framed. 

273 The farmer's visit to his married daughter in London ; and the Visit returned, 

by W. Bond and Nutter, circles, in brown, a pair (Davis), £10 los. 

274 Children feeding goats ; and Children feeding chickens, by P. W. Tomkins, 

after G. Morland, a pair (Pollard), £11 os. 6d. 

275 Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox, by S. W. Reynolds, after J. R. Smith, first state, 

mezzotint (Churchill), £3. 

276 View of Calcutta, by Havell, after Salt, aquatint, in colours (Parker), i8s. 

277 Juvenile opposition, by J. Alais, after F. Wheatley, mezzotint (Brail), £1 15s. 

278 Black-eyed Susan, by W. Dickinson, after Bunbmry ( — — ), £1 7s. 

280 Shannon ; and the Chesapeake, by and after R. Dodd, aquatints, a pair (Pollard) , 
£8 los. 

282 Grouse and partridge shooting, by Pollard (3) : and Shooting, by Wolstenholme, 

in colours (G. H. Brown), £2 15s. 

283 Prince Albert and Queen Victoria, with facsimile autographs, and Princess 

Royal, all after F. Winterhalter, chromolithographs, probably presentation 
plates (Pollard), £2 17s. 6d. 

284 Hobinol and Ganderetta, by P. W. Tomkins, and Lavinia, by Bartolozzi, after 

Gainsborough) Brail), £3. 

285 Selene, or the shepherd's moral, by Bartolozzi, after A. Kaugman (Saward), 

1 6s. 

286 Fishermen ; and Smugglers, by J. R. Smith, after Morland, aquatints, in colours, 

a pair (Boys), £11 iis. 

287 Battle of Trafalgar, by and after Dodd, in colours, a pair (Sotheran), £3 5s. 

288 Viscount Duncan, by J. R. Smith, after Danloux, mezzotint (Parker), £6 i6s. 6d. 

289 Sir William Sidney Smith, by Bell, after Challoner, mezzotint (Holloway), 14s. 

291 Lord Nelson, after Beechey, mezzotint (Parker), £3 ids. 

292 Duke of Marlborough, by Weigel, mezzotint (Parker), ids. 

293 Lieut. Gen. Don, after Dillon, in colours ; Nelson and Wellington, by S. W. 

Reynolds, and another (Parker), £1 8s. 

294 Master Lambton, by Phillips, proof ; and Duchess of Sutherland, by the same, 

after Lawrence, mezzotints (Ramage), £i 7s. 

299 North view of Highbury Place ; and North view of Canonbury Place, by R. 

Pollard and Jukes, after R. Dodd, aquatints, a pair (Sotheran), £4. 

300 The horse feeder ; and The expected meal, by J. R. Smith, after G. Morland, 

mezzotints, a pair (Boys), £2 12s. 6d. 

301 Stable amusement, by and after the same, mezzotint (Boys), £1 los. 

302 Benevolent cottagers, by J. R. Smith, after Wheatley, mezzotint (Boys), 

£t- 5s. 

303 The cottage sty, by E. Bell, after Morland, mezzotint (G. H. Brown), i8s. 
3i4|*^Napoleon Buonaparte, by Bartolozzi (Scott), £4 15s. 



Puttick's.] December 19, 1913. 91 

318 Portrait of George Washington, mezzotint (Hofer), £1. 

321 Sir J. Aubrey, by J. Jones, after Reyniolds, mezzotint (Wyatt), £1. 

323 London from Blackfriars Bridge, by Stadler, in colours (Saward), £1 5S- 

330 African Hospitality, by J. R. Smith, after Morland, mezzotint (Saward), I2S. 

331 The same, in colours (Saward), £1 12s. 6d. 

344 Psyche going to dress ; and Psyche going to bathe, by Bartolozzi. after Cipriani, 

ovals, in brown, a pair (Philhps), £3 15s. 

345 Love enamoured, by Tomkias, after Hoppner, in brown (Phillips), £2 15s. 

346 A Naiad, by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, and Birth of Venus, by Facius, after 

Barry, ovals, in red (PhUlips), £1 173. 6d. 

347 London Cries, " Milk below maid " ; and "Primroses," after Wheatley, in 

colours (Phillips), £5. 



January 12 and 13, iqi4- Sotheby's. 

Engravings, Etchings, and Arundel Society Publications. 

Unframed. 
I The Royal children, by Marcuard, after Kauffman, in red (Yeulett), 17s. 

3 Children relieving a beggar boy, by Wilkin, after Beechey (Colhns), £3 15s. 

4 The Duchess of Richmond, by Burke, after Downman (McDonald), £2 los. 

DRAWINGS. 

5 & 6 Rowlandson, A cry for a cat ; and Old Paul Pry (Deglatigny), £3 17s. 6d. 

7 Rowlandson, Crossing the road (Rimell), £2. 

Carington Bowles. 

8 A deep one and a knowing one ; Hackney coachman disputing his fare ; and 

another, one a proof (Yeulett), £1 3s. 

9 Lady Betty Bustle and her maid ; and The double attack (Brail), £1 14s. 

10 The wife's fortime ; The husband's fortune ; and The gipsy fortune teller 

(Brail), £2 I2S. 

11 Out of place ; and In place (Reader), i6s. 

12 The feathered fair feeding feathered fowl ; The scramble, or Old Gripus plun- 

dered by his young wife ; and another (Brail), £1 7s. 

13 Miss Thoughtful (Hyam), £1 2S. 

14 The power of music and beauty ; Emblem, 1760 and 1780 ; and three others 

(B. Samuel), £1 12s. 

15 Two bloods of humour returning from the Bagnio ; Mirth and friendshp ; 

and Night amusement (Yeulett), igs. 

16 The English coachman ; The blooming peach and shrivelled apple ; and another 

(Brail), £2 6s. 

17 The maid of the haystack ; and two others, all proofs (Brail), £2. 

18 The old beau ; and Exhibition of wild beasts (2) (Brail), £1 14s. 

19 A master parson returning from duty ; The light guinea ; and The positive 

argument (Weyhe), £1 14s. 

20 The painters of Macaronis ; and Lady Fashion's Secretary's oface (Reader), 

£1 14s. 

21 The fair lady working a tambour ; and The female florists (Lindow), £2 4s. 

22 A morning ramble ; A decoy for the old as well as the young ; and The frail 

sisters (Hyam), £3 3s. 

23 An evening invitation ; Two bloods ot humour returning home ; and another 

(Brail), £1 6s. 

24 The appointment overheard and prevented ; The enterprising Macaroni ; 

and another (Hyam), £2 14s. 



92 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

23 French privateers cruising in the EngUsh Channel ; The Frenchman in distress ; 
A whet on the road ; and another (Yeulett), £1 los. 

26 An officer in the Light Infantry driven by his lady to Coxheath ; and The 

Manchester hero (Lindow), £1 15s. 

27 Camp politeness, proof (Saunders), £3 5s. 

28 Captain Jessamy learning the proper discipline of the couch ; Master Lavender 

quaUfying himself for the army ; and another (J. Wilson), £3. 

29 A rich privateer brought into port by two first raters ; and Two privateers 

attacking a man-of-war (Jacobson), £2 los. 

30 Re3mard's last shift ; and The widow's distress relieved (Lindow), £2 2s. 



31 Lady Fashion's Secretary's office ; and Le beau monde (pubUshed by Hum- 

phrey), (Brail), £1 15s. 

32 Feeling ; Seeing ; and Smelling, by Houston, after Hayman (Saunders), £3 5s. 

33 The seasons, a set of four (Rimell), £4 6s. 

34 The prodigal son ; Tight lacing ; and The citizen retired, coloured (Weyhe), 

£3 8s. 

35 Reading by a paper bell shade, by Dawe, after H. Morland ; and The studious 

fair, published by Fisher (Lindow), £1 17s. 

36 Lady's maid soaping linen, bj^ Dawe, after H. Morland ; and Miss Trimmer, 

by Read, after J. Watson (Hyam), £1 iSs. 

37 " Well-a-day ! Is this my son Tom ? " ; Rural life ; and Pure nature (Hyam), £3. 

38 An appointment overheard and prevented ; The gin shop displayed ; and two 

others (Brail), £1 los. 

39 The seasons, a set oi four (Rimell), £2 6s. 

40 The amorous buck, by Gaugain (Brail) £1 6s. 

41 The maid of the mill, by R. Pollard (Brail), £1 6s. 

42 Taking toll, proof ; The Pantheon ; and The prudent choice, or St. Fopling 

discarded, by Humphrey, after Martin (Rimell), £2 14s. 

43 " John, do the ladies admire me ? " by Humphrey ; Love ; and The old man's 

wish (Brail), £1 los. 

44 Scene in a convent ; and two others, two proofs (Hyam), £2 8s. 

45 Barber riding to Margate, proof (Saunders), £1 i6s. 

46 Afternoon, by Houston, after Mercier, and Girl knitting, by S. Okey, after 

MorreUio (Yeulett), £1 5s. 

47 The seasons, a set of tour, by Purcell, after Mercier (Saunders), £3 los. 

48 The rival milliners ; The jealous maid, by Laurie, after Collett ; Fond loves, by 

Carington Bowles, and three others (Hyam), £3 3s. 

49 " You are clean fair lady, but our ways and means are dirty " ; French 

privateers ; The double attack ; and others (Brail), £2 6s. 

50 Earth, by J. Spooner, after R. Pyle , Ironing, by Dawe, after H. Morland ; 

and another (Reader), £1 los. 

5 1 The countryman in London ; Diogenes looking for an honest man ; The positive 

argument ; and others (Brail), £2. 

52 The charms of a red coat ; Polite Macaroni ; The double attack, by Carrington 

Bowles; and another (Brail), £2 8s. 



69 Perugino, The Crucifixion, and the two side wings (HoUiday), £3 12s. 6d. 

72 Raphael, Poets of Mount Parnassus (McDonald), £1 2S. 

74 Giorgione, The Virgin'and Child bctwc;en St. Liberale and St. Francis (Saunders), 

£1 IS. 



Sotheby's.] January 12 and 13, 1914. 93 

84 Holbein, Hans The Madonna among the Meyer family (Barrett), £x. 

85 Diirer, Albert, The Holy Trinity (Barrett), 15s. 

87 Eyck, Van, The adoration of the Lamb, lacks the Adam and Eve plates, other- 
wise a complete set (Barrett), £5 los. 
92 The Falls of Niagara, a set of six aquatints, in colours, by Hunt (Spencer), £5. 
94 Madame Grassin, by S. W. Reynolds, in colours (Spencer), £1 4s. 

98 A lady's maid soaping linen, by Dawe, after H. Morland (Lindow), £1 is. 

99 Loves of the Gods, by J. Smith, nine plates and frontispiece (Reader), £1. 

109 Pioios family at the death-bed of a parent, by Bartolozzi, after Peters, in colours 
(Brail), £1 6s. 

113 Hobbinol and Ganderetta, by Tomkins ; and Lavinia, by Bartolozzi, after 

Gainsborough, in brown (Spencer), £2 12s. 

114 Girl with pitcher and dog at stile, by R. Westall, in colours (Brail), £1 i6s. 

115 Youth digging and girl holding a sack, after A. Buck; and two others, in 

colours (Ellis & Smith), £5. 
121 The mother's hope and father's darling, after A. Buck, in colours, a pair 
(HoUiday), £4 12s. 6d. 

Thy property of Rev. W. T. Saward, The Rectory, Holme 
Pierrepont, Nottingham. 

126 Florizel and Perdita, by Singleton, after Mitchell, in colours (Drayton), £1 los. 

128 Cottager's return, in colours (Domiuett), £1 i8s. 

130 Young Waltonians, by Lucas, after Constable (Brazier), £1 12s. 

Framed. 
132 Fox hunting, by Sutherland, after Wolstenhokne ; Breaking cover, and The 
death, in colours (BraU), £5. 

137 Charles I, by J. Simon, mezzotint (Breun), £1 3s. 

138 Going to Market, by Haughton, coloured (Forbes), £1 is. 



Other properties. 

Framed. 

140 SaUsbury, by Lucas, after Constable (RimeU), £5. 

141 The farrier's shop, by Say, after Ward, open-letter proof (F. Daniell), £8 5s. 

142 Charity, by Facius, after Reynolds, in colours ; and another (Merton), £4. 

143 Admiral Blake, by T. Preston, mezzotint (Maggs), £10. 

144 Cupid disarmed ; and companion, in bistre, by Knight, after Benwell (Merton), 

£4 15s. 

145 Sentimental journey, by Delattre, a pair, in colours (Maggs), £8. 

146 William Long, huntsman to the Duke of Beaufort, on his favourite horse with 

hounds, by Hunt, after Loder, aquatint, in colours (Maggs), £12 15s. 

147 The high-mettled racer, by Aiken and Sutherland, a set of six, in colours 

(Merton), £19. 

148 The Oxford drag, a set of four, aquatints, in colours (Forbes), £9. 

149 Six etchings, by Albrecht Diirer (Merton), £9. 

150 The Covurt of Equity or convivial city meeting, pubUshed by J . Smith (Parsons), 

£655. 

152 A whet on the road : French-EngUsh postillions ; French privateers ; and 

Double attack, by Carington Bowles (BraU), £1 4s. 

153 Peace ; Plenty ; and Lofty riding, by Carington Bowles, one coloured (Brail), £2. 

154 Twelve at noon ; Five in the afternoon ; Twelve at night ; and Five in the 

morning, four prints in two frames (Brail), £1 8s. 



94 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

155 The old ballad singer ; The blooming peach and shrivelled apple ; and two 

others, all by Carington Bowles (Brail), £1 i6s. 

156 Ladies' shooting pony ; The citizen's retreat, by Carington Bowles ; and two 

others (Brail), £1 13s. 

157 Passenger from the wagon arriving at the inn ; and another, after Rowlandson 

(Brail), £1. 

158 Whistler, Etching: Thames warehouses (Oxley), £5. 

210 Lady Louisa Manners, by V. Green, after Reynolds ; and Mr. Darner, by J. R. 

Smith (Brail), £1 los. 

211 The morning star, by H. Dawe, in colours (Farthing), £1 i6s. 

233 " Married " ; and " Unmarried," by Rowlandson, coloured prints (Jacobson), 

£4- 

234 Uniforms of 42nd Regiment of Highlanders (Rimell), £3 3s. 

235 Third Regiment of Loyal London Volunteers, print in colours ; and John P. 

Kensington, Col. Commander, in colours (Rimell), £1 12s. 

Framed. 

246 Lithographic view of Melbourne (Spencer), £2 5s. 

247 Morning employment, after Bunbury, circle, in red (Brail), £1 2s. 

249 Washington crossing the St. Lawrence ; and at Princetown, lithographs coloured 
by Lellan, unframed (Saunders), £2 2S. 

The property of E. Sciienk, Esq., 4, Adelphi Terrace, 
Strand. 

260 Girl with rabbit, and Child with wheat, a pair, large oval prints, in colour 

(Brail), £1 8s. 
262 Maria, after A. Kauffman, oval, in colours (Brail), £4 5s. 



270 The fortune teller, by Sherwin, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (Farthing), £2. 

271 The fisherman's return, in colours (Jacobson), £8 5s. 

272 Stable amusements ; and The pubhc-house door, by W. Ward, after Morland 

(Mason), £13 los. 

273 Gipsies caught robbing a farmyard, after Morland (East), £1 los. 

274 Charge of the 14th Light Dragoons at the Battle of Ramnuggur, by Harris, 

after Martens (East), £1 2S. 

275 Worcestershire Hiont, by Fielding, after Woodward, set of four, reprints 

(Mason), £13. 

276 Summer, by Baxter, in colours (East), £3 12s. 6d. 

278 Lady Ranclifie, by Wilkin, after Hoppner, fine proof (Knapston), £7. 

279 Gamekeepers ; and Labourers, by Birch, after Stubbs, open-letter proofs 

(A. Davis), £7. 

280 Mr. Leech, Master of the Oldham Harriers, aquatint, in colours (Rimell), £4 4s. 
282 The showman ; and The pedlar, by Gaugain, after Wheatley, coloured prints 

(Ellis & Smith), £30 los. 

284 Shakespeare, portrait engraved by S. Cousins ; another of the same ; another, 

small plate from C. Janssen's picture ; and another (Maggs), £5 5s. 

285 David Garrick, by V. Green, after Gainsborough (Rimell), £5. 

286 David Garrick, by T. Watson, after Sir J. Reynolds (Brent), £4 5s. 

287 Mrs. Siddons cis " The Tragic Muse," by Haward, after Reynolds (Brent), £1 is. 
291 Views of London : Hyde Park Comer ; St. George's Road ; and Hampstead 

Road, aquatints (Rimell), £8 5s. 



Puttick's.] January i6, 1914 95 



January 16, 1914. Puttick's. 

Engravings, including portion of the collection formed by 
the late Rt. Rev. Dr. Gott, Lord Bishop of Truro ; and 
other Properties. 

BAXTER COLOUR PRINTS. 

1 Gems of the Crystal Palace, No. i, stamped mount (Lewitt), iis. 

2 Lord Nelson (Ball), £1 14s. 

3 Wellington ; and Bonaparte (Ball), £1 12s. 6d. 

4 Claremont, pocket-book lettering (Holloway), los. 

5 The fairies set, needlebo.^ prints (TjTrell), 17s. 

6 & 7 Brighton chain pier ; Napoleon III, and Empress Eugenie, a pair (BaU), 

IIS. 

8 So nice ; So nasty ; and See saw ( ), £1 los. 

9 The bride, on music (Blythe), iis. 

10 Morning call; " Copper, your Honour" ; and "Me warm now" (Hood), £1. 

ig Prince Consort ; and Queen Victoria (Hood), £1 los. 

21 Ditto, C.L. 209 (Curry), £i 4s. 

22 The fisherman's home (Ball), £1 6s. 

30 Flora (Levitt), £1. 

31 Belle of the village, stamped moimt (Carr), £1. 

33 Lover's letter-box (Lewis), £3 3s. 

34 Indians reposing (Lewis), £1 5s. 

35 Day before marriage (Lewis), £2 15s. 

37 Interior and exterior of the Great Exhibition (Hood), 19s. 

38 St. Bernard dogs (Lewitt), £3 3s. 

39 The parting look (Lewis), £5 15s. 

42 News from home ; and News from Australia, stamped mounts, a pair (Lewis), 

£1 14s. 

43 The bride, stamp in red (Lewis), 12s. 

Framed 

45 Reception ; and Massacre of Rev. J. WUliams (Carter), £1 2s. 

46 Fruit girl of the Alps (Lewitt), £1 15s. 

48 The opening of Parliament and Coronation of Queen Victoria, in original 

frames, a pair (Docker), £16 i6s. 

49 The bridesmaid, stamped mount (Spencer), £1 17s. 6d. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

52 Brangwyn, F., Santa Maria, signed proof (Roberts), £6 6s. 

53 Haig, A. H., Interior of St. Marks, signed proof (Oxley), £1 5s. 

69 King Richard 11, Act V, Scene 2, by Thew, after Northcote, in colours (Blythe), 
£1 I2S. 6d. 

73 The young fortune teller, by J. Jones, after Reynolds (Davis), £1 los. 

74 Autumn, circle, in colours (Parker), £4 5s. 

79 L'Innocent Badinage, by P. \V. Tomkins, in colours (Weydelin), £3 15s. 

83 Maria, oval, in colours (Allen), £5 5s. 

84 The cake in danger, by Nutter, after Russell, in brown (Jacobson), £1 5s. 

91 Lady Dover and son, by S. Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence (Parker), £2 17s. 6d. 

92 Lady Ann Montague, by R. Thompson, after P. Lely (Parker), £1 17s. 6d 

93 Miss Brown, by Val. Green, after Falconet, proof (Green), £1 7s. 6d. 

94 Louisa Mildmay, by W. Ward, oval (Brail), £5. 

95 Lady Manners, by Conde, after R. Cosway (Curry), £1. 



96 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

loi Musical charmers, by Adam, after Hoppner, oval, in brown (Allen), £4. 

102 Portrait of a lady, after Hoppner, oval, in brown, proof (Allen), £2 15s. 

103 Friendship, by Adam, after Morland, oval, in brown (Allen), £2. 
10+ Celestina, by Delattre, after T. Stothard, oval (Clarke), £1 los. 

105 Fille de Montmelian, by C. Knight, and Pa3'sanne de La Maurianne, by Dickin- 
son, after Bunbury, a pair, in brown (Allen), £2 7s. 6d. 

io5 Fores's coaching recollections, by J. Harris, after Henderson ; and Mail coach, 
by Dubourg, after J. L. A., aquatints, in colours (Wallis), £1 12s. 6d. 

loS Racehorses. "Bobtail"; "Eleanor" and " Metora," by and after J. 
Whessell, in colours, on strainers (Davis), £4 5s. 

no Epsom Races, and Ascot Heath Races, by Pollard, and Goodwood Races, by 
H. Pyall, aU after Pollard, aquatints, in colours (Allen), £6 3s. 

111 The last grand steeplechase on Hippodrome Racecourse, Kensington, by 

Reeve and Hmit, after Aiken, a set of lour, in colours (Allen), £4 15s. 

112 Going out — The game in view ; Secured ; and Returning home, by J. Harris, 

after Shayer, aquatints, in colours, a set of four (Brail), £5. 
II2A The thatcher ; and The turnpike gate, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, mezzo- 
tints, a pair, on strainers (Mayne), £13 2s. 6d. 

113 African hospitality, and three others, by Marriage, after ChaUion, in colours, 

a set of four (Wenter), £5 los. 

114 Lord Grantham's children, after Reynolds, and Portrait of a lady, proof 

(Venning), £1 los. 

115 The wandering sailor, by G. C. Street, mezzotint, in colours (Blythe), £7 17s. 6d. 

116 A gipsy boy, by B. Pym, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint, in colours 

(Allen), £1 17s. 6d. 

117 Portrait of the late celebrated Scotch musician Neil Gow, by W. Say, after H. 

Raebum, mezzotint, in colours (Allen), £5 5s. 

124 Louis XVin, by W. Pether, after Le Brun, mezzotint, etched letter proof 
(Meatyard), £1 is. 

126 Richard, Lord Viscount Howe, by J. Watson, after Gsiinsborough, mezzo- 
tint (Parker), £10 los. 

128 The Rt. Hon. Cadwallader Lord Blayney, Grand Master of Free and Accepted 

Masons, mezzotint (Daniell), £2 2S. 

129 Rachel, Countess of Southampton, by J. McArdell, after Van Dyck, mezzotint, 

first state (Parsons), £5 5s. 

130 Morning amusement ; and In memorj' of Genl. Stanwix's daughters, by W. 

Ryland, after Kaufiman, ovals, in red, and one other (Brail), £1 los. 

131 Louis XVIII, by Levachez, after Vigneux, circle, in colours ( ), i8s. 

133 Flight of Paris and Helen, by W. Ryland, after A. Kauffman, circle, in red, 

proof (Mann), £3 3s. 

134 Children reading the inscription on their mother's gravestone : and a Girl 

sketching a portrait on the ground, by W. Ward, after R. M. Paye, mezzo- 
tints, a pair (Allen), £6 6s. 

135 Children spouting tragedy, by C. H. Hodges, after R. M. Paye, mezzotint, 

open letter proof (Pollard), £8 los. 

Portion of the collection of the late Right Rev. Dr. Gott, 
Lord Bishop of Truro. 

147 Fountain Abbey ; and Rievaulx Abbey, by R. Reeve, after J. Buckler, 

aquatints, in colours (Holloway), £2 5s. 
X49 Morning ; Noon ; Evening ; and Night, painted and engraved by W. Hogarth, 

a set of four (Gott), £2 los. 



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162 Albert Durer, by Melcbior Lorich, Chiarosouro (Colnaghi), £4 14s. 6d. 

165 Goltzius, by Edelinck, first state, and aa Early portrait of Holbein (Parsons), 

£1 15s. 

166 H. Aldegrever, by himself (Barnard), £1 los. 

168 Adrian Van Noort, by A. Van Dyck, proof before all letters, with Van Dyck's 

autograph, with full margins (Colnaghi & Obach), £75 12s. 

169 Amelia Elizabeth, Landgravine of Hesse, by L. von Siegen, mezzotint, first 

state (Colnaghi & Obach), £231. 

170 Guillaume de Brisacier, by A. Masson, after Mignard, first state, D. 15 (Rylatt), 

£178 lOS. 

171 The same, third state (Allhusen), £13 ss. 6d. 



Various Properties. 

Framed. 

172 African hospitality ; and Slave trade, by J. R. Smith, after G. Morland, mezzo- 

tint in colours, a pair (Mann), £15 4s. 6d. 

173 Stable amusement, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, mezzotint, in colours 

(Mann), £7 los. 

174 Death of General Wolfe, by R. Houston, after E. Penny, mezzotint proof 

(Rimell), £6. 

175 Le Depit, in colours ( ), £1 7s. 

176 Auld Robin Gray, by W. Dickinson, after H. Bunbury, circle, in colours 

(Andrade), £3 5s. 

178 Isabella, Lady Sefton, by W. Dickinson, after Cosway, proof (Meatyard), 

£1 17s. 6d. 

179 Mrs. Udney, after Cosway, proof (Meatyard), £r los. 

180 Poetry, by Bovi, after Cipriani, in colours (G. H. Brown), £2. 

181 The peepshow (Lady Duncannon and children), after Hoppner, in colours 

(G. H. Brown), £3 17s. 6d. 

182 The coimtry girl, by J. Young, after R. M. Paye, mezzotints, in colours, a 

pair (Sutton), £6 los. 

183 Mary Queen of Scots, after Stothard, and Queen Elizabeth, by Exiward, after 

Westall, mezzotints, in colours, a pair (G. H. Brown), £2 7s. 6d. 

184 Gamekeepers ; and Labourers, by Birche, after Stubbs, mezzotints, a pair 

(Sutton), £5 5S. 

186 Golden and Silver age, by Bond, in colours, a pair (Brail), £6 ros. 

187 Sophia, by J. Hogg, after Rev. W. Peters, circle, in colours (Wilson), £14 14s. 
i88 Ceres, by F. Bartolozzi, after Angelica Kauffman, oval, in colours (Mann), 

£23 2S. 

189 Beauty, love, and pleasure, by Dixon, after Cipriani ; and a Classical subject, 
by Ryland, after Kauffman. circle, in colours (Brail), £4. 

191 The lost child found, by Schiavonetti and Place, after Spilsbury, in colours 

(Mann), £17 6s. 6d. 

192 " Strawberries, scarlet strawberries," by Vendramini, after F. Wheatley 

("Cries of London") (Wilson), £8 8s. 

193 A new love song, by A. Garden, after F. Wheatley, in brown (Wilson), £7 7s. 

194 Louisa Hammond, oval, in red (Withers), £3 los. 

195 Angels and Cherubim, by F. Bartolozzi, after Rev. VV. Peters, in colours, a 

pair (Green), £7. 

196 Cupids, by F. Bartolozzi, after Lady Diana Beauclerc, in colours, a pair (Green), 

£1 17s. 6d. 

T 



98 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

197 Like mistress, like maid, after J. R. Smith (Green), £1 17s. 6d. 

198 Benjamin Franklin, by T. Ryder, after S. Elmer (Green), 7s. 

199 Australia. A flood in New South Wales, and companion, lithographs, a pair 

( ), £3 los. 

200 Curacao, taken from the hill between the town and Fort George, by Hall, 

after James Belt, aquatints, in colours, a pair (Wilson), £4 17s. 6d. 
200A Pointers, by W. Ward, after Sartorious, mezzotint, in colours (Brail), £3 3s. 

201 Queen Charlotte Sound, New Zealand ; and View of Huaheim Island, by 

Pringer, after J. Cleveley, aquatints, in colours, a pair (Daniell), £12 los. 

202 Sleigh scene, Toronto Bay, Canada, by E. Walker, after J. T. Downman, 

lithograph, in colours (Wilson), £4 15s. 

203 The mill at Baldock in Herts, by F. Jukes, after Master Chapman, aquatint, 

in colours (Daniell), £2 17s. 6d. 

204 Continental views, by Morasch and Eveque, aquatints, in colours, (Weyhe),£2 2S. 

205 J ohn Hamilton Mortimer, by V. Green, after himself, mezzotint (Scotney) , £1 2S. 

208 Infancy, by C. White, after Cosway, oval, in colours (Hatton), £4 15s. 

209 Rt. Hon. Lady Nuneham, by W. Ryland, mezzotint (Andrade), £3. 

210 Cupid and Cephisa, by T. Bmrke, after Angelica Kauffman (Wilson), £12 is. 6d. 

211 Lord Nelson, by V. Green, after Abbott, mezzotint, in colours (Rimell), £5 7s. 6d. 

213 An airing in Hyde Park, by Gaugain, after Dayes, and a view with figures 

fishing, in colours (Clarke), £2 7s. 6d. 

214 William Pitt, by Bromley, after Gainsborough, etched letter proof (Athill), 

£1 4S. 

215 Lord North, by T. Burke, after Dance, mezzotint (Breun), £1 2s. 6d. 

216 The fox chase, by Sutherland, after Turner, aquatints, in colours, a set of 

four, varnished (Harvey), £5. 

217 John Baker Holroyd, by J. R. Smith, after A. Kaufiman, mezzotint, etched 

letter proof (Parker), £2 5s. 

218 Review of the Austrian Army, by Helscher and Opitz, after Opitz, aquatints, 

in colours, a pair (Wilson), £16 i6s. 

219 Napoleon, by Levachez, after Vernet, aquatint, in colours (Andrade), £15 15s. 

220 Tiger hunting, by Merke, after Howitt, and another, in colours (Klein), £2 5s. 

221 Hare, fox, and stag hunting, by Sutherland, after S. Aiken, aquatints, in colours, 

a set of four (Fores), £17 17s. 

222 View of the carriage match between Duke of Queensberry and Earl Eglintoun, 

after J. Bodger, aquatint, in colours (RimeU), £6 i6s. 6d. 

224 His Majesty reviewing troops on Blackheath, by PoUard, after Mason (Ander- 

son), £2 6s. 

225 Dash, by C. Turner, after A. Gasse, in colours (Fores), £1 los. 

226 The storming of Mooltan, by J. Harris, after Martens, aquatint, in colours 

(Mann), £1 los. 



January 23, 1914. Christie's. 

Pictures and Drawings. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Collier, T., Cutting grass — 9 x 13 (Bowden), £16 i6s. 

2 Collier, T., 1878, Beach scene, with boats — gj x 13! (Brown & Phillips), 

£19 19s. 

3 Cotman, J. S., A hay-barge — 9 X 12J (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

4 Cox, D., Returning home— 9 X 12I (Mullen), £3 3s. 

5 Cox, D., Hereford — 8 x 123 (Agnew), £26 5s. 



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6 Cox, D., Windsor — yi x 11 J (Permain), /ii iis. 

y Hunt, W., Apples and damsons — 7I x io| (Vicars), £4 14s. 6d. 

8 Leitch, W. L., River scene, \vith ruined castle and animals — 12J x 22J 

(Bowden), £13 13s. 

9 Orrock, J., 1884, In Donnington Park — 2^} x 35* (Vicars), £5 15s. 6d. 

10 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Falmouth— 6 y. 9 (Bale), £21. 

11 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Harbour scene : Dover — 7f x loj (Brown & Phillips). 

£18 iSs. 

12 Varley, J., 1828, Lake scene, with castle and figures — 13 x 20J (Vicars), 

£773. 

13 De Wint, P., Norwich from the meadows — iii x 16 (Mullen), £10 los. 

14 De Wint, P., Road scene, with a peasant and felled timber — laj x 18 (Agnew), 

£31 lOS. 

PICTURES. 

15 Constable School. View over a valley — 19J x 26^ (Knoedler), £6 63. 

16 Davis, F. W., Kyrie Eleison — 3SJ x 27J (Lawson), £5 5s. 

17 Gainsborough School. The plough — 17 x 22J (Permain), £7 7s. 

18 Linton, Sir J. D., Claudio, panel — I7J- x iii (Vicars), £10 los. 

19 Morland School. The seasons, a set of four, panel, circular — 82 ins. diameter 

(Sampson), £19 19s. 

■ 20 Morland School. Interior of an ale-house; and the companion 14 x 11 

(Mitchell), £12 I2S. 

21 Orrock, J., 1895, Sand-pits near Milford, Surrey — 31 x 50 (Vicars), £12 12s. 

22 Orrock, J., 1884, Sampson's field, Ho\'ingham, Notts, panel — 15I x 23I 

(Vicars), £5 5s. 

23 Orrock, J., 1884, Old Ekn Tree Inn, on the Trent, panel — nix 17 (Vicars), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

DRAWINGS. 

24 AUingham, H., 1880, Rustic beauty, a pair — 5 x 4i (Agnew), £9 9s. 

25 AngeU, H. Coleman, Wall-flowers in a jug — 13J x loj (Permain), £3 3s. 

26 AngeU, H. Coleman, Roses — 8J x 13^^ (Permain), £2 2S. 

27 .AngeU, H. Coleman, Whitethorn in a Chinese vase, and a bine and white bowl — 

13^ X &l (FothergiU), £3 r3s. 6d. 

28 Foster, Birket, Nasturtiums — -4J- x 7 (Sampson), £7 7s. 

29 Hayes, Ed., R.H.A., Too rough for fishing^iiJ x 19I (Bowden), £11 os. 6d. 

30 Johnson, E. K., Gathering flowers — 13J x 9 (MxiUen), £2 23. 

31 Lambert, Clem, Sunmaer ; and Winter : Scenes in Susses, a pair — 21 X 30 

(DeU), £8 i8s. 6d. 

32 Prout, S., Ruins of a cloister, with figures — 13 X gj (Sampson), £5 5s. 

33 Scheuman, A., Ducks and geese ; and A dead robin, by Thos. Macquoid, 1866 

(DeU), £1 2S. 

34 Standen, R. S., Mentone and Monte Carlo, from Bordighera ; and The Surrey 

hiUs, a pair — 14 x 2oJ (DeU), £1 los. 
PICTURES. 

35 Armfield, G., Terriers rabbiting ; and .\ terrier (H. Harris), £r lis. 6d. 

36 Hayes, Ed., R.H.A., 1858, Ireland's eye — 15* x 26J (Vicars), £4 14s. 6d. 

37 Hayes, Ed., R.H.-A., SquaUy weather ; and Fishing vessels casting off tug- 

boat (Permain), £6 6s. 

38 Hopkins, W. H., 18S0, The death ; and ItaUan lake, by G. E. Hering, oval 

(I.ewers), £1 zs. 

DRAWINGS. 

39 Hunt. W., Grandfather's spectacles ; and The grimace, black and red chalk 

(Vicars), 16s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



40 Hardy, T. B., Custom-house quay, Venice — 13 x 20 (Stanley), £16 r6s. 

41 Hardy, T. B., Venetian shipping on the lagoon — 13 x 2oi (Stanley), £i5 i6s. 

42 Hardy, T. B., 1882, Dordrecht, Holland— 16I x 27* (Cockbum), £13 13s. 

43 Evans, Bernard, Cannock Chase — igi x 28 (Wells), £6 6s. 

44 Orrock, J., Barnbogle Castle : Edinburgh in the distance — 23* x 37 (Vicars), 

£445. 

45 Orrock, J., Stirling Castle from the north — i8i x 29J (Vicars), £7 7s. 

46 Oirock, J., Merrick's farm, Halliford Green, Shepperton — 13^ x 40 (Misell), 

£1 IS. 

47 Orrock, J., Isle of Mull and Sound of Mull from lona — i2i x 19 (Saunders), 

£2 2S. 

48 Orrock, J., Sileby MUl, on the Soar — 12J x 18J- (Fothergill), £2 2s. 

49 Fielding, C, 1824, Mountain scene, with figures on a road in the foreground — 

loj X 14J (Mullen), £11 os. 6d. 

50 Fulleylove, J., View of Palestine from the Mount of Olives — 18I x 25J- (Lacey) 

£11 IIS. 

51 Allbon, C. F., Fishing-boats ofi the Bass Rock — 9J x 26 (Dell), £3 13s. 6d. 

52 Roussoff, A. N., 1884, Buying bait, Venice — 8J x 2ii (Sharman), £7 7s. 

53 Goodwin, Albert, Interior, Ely Cathedral — gi x 13.V (Toulmin), £7 17s. 6d. 

54 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., The full moon — 17^ x 26i (Sampson), £34 13s. 

55 Leitch, W. L., 1862, Tower of Capo de Sant Allipio, Sicily — 23^ X 37 (Bowdea), 

£33 I2S. 

56 Read, S., Interior of the Marienkirche, Lubeck — 30J x 41 (Sampson), £7 7s. 

57 Tayler, F., 1852, The gamekeeper's daughter — 30 x 21J (Sampson), £21. 

58 Haghe, L., 1864, Interior of a church, with figures — 15 x lof (Bowdea) 

£333. 

59 Niemann, E. J., 1850, View in a town, with a church — 2ii x 15! (Bowden), 

£8 8s. 

60 Duncan, E., Portsea — 8 x i6f (Permain), £4 14s. 6d. 

61 Hulme, F. W., The mill-stream — 13J x 20 (Bowden), £3 3s. 

62 Fripp, G. A., Carting hay ; and shipping off the coast, by T. S. Robins (Dell), 

£6 ifis. 6d. 

63 Fripp, G. A., Ruined abbey^ — 17J x 13^ (Le^gatt), £9 gs. 

64 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Summer-time — 9 x 16 (Beamnont), £5 5s. 

65 MacWhirter, J., R.A., Rocky coast : Sunset — 13! x 19J (Hawes), £17 17s. 

66 Cox, D., Remains of the banqueting hall at Kenilworth — 8J x 12 (Sampson), 

£1 IS. 

PICTURES. 

67 Elsley, Arthur J., 1895, Playmates — 34 x 22 (Sampson;, £15 15s. 

68 Le Jeune, H., A.R.A., 1882, Young anglers, panel — 29I x 19.V (Sampsoa 

£30 9S- 

69 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1896, Group of sheep in a pasture — 15V x 2ii (Lister), 

£19 8s. 6d. 

70 Armfield, G., A terrier and a spaniel — 24^ X 29.! (VVylde), £3 13s. 6d. 

71 Costa, G., Ready for the mask bal! — 47 J x 27 (Reid), £2 12s. 6d. 

72 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., A naval engagement — 23! x 34 J (Saul), £2 2S. 

73 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Sea-fight — 23 X 35* (Lewis), £3 3s. 

74 Boddington, H. J., 1853, Country lane — 35* X 27^- (Lister), £8 8s. 

75 Lee, F. R., R.A., 1864, The weir— 18 x 23* (C. Joseph), £2 2s. 

76 Koekkoek, H., The jetty — 14 x 22 (Walker), £6 6s. 

77 Wood, L. J., 1863, Cathedral a Huy on the Meuse — 23^ x 17^ (Permain), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

78 Peele, J. T., 1855, The trumpet— 26J x 2it (Sampson), £4 14s. 6d. 



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79 Harland, J. W., Blonde; and Brunette, a pair, ovals — 31^x23 J (Fothergill), 

£8 8s. 

80 Leslie, C. R., R.A., Scene from the " Vicar of Wakefield " — 28 x 21J (Scott), 

£995. 

81 Hemsley, W., Setting a rabbit snare — 16J x 14 (Boyle), £11 iis. 

82 Tourrier, A. H., The guide, R.A., 1871— 23J X 55 (Dell), £4 4s. 

83 Poole, P. F., R.A., 1876, The quarrel between Oberon and Titania, R.A., 1876 — 

38J X 59i(Bailey),£i5i5S. 

84 Tennant, J., On the Way, between Godalming and Shalford — 32^ x 60 (C. 

Joseph), £15 4S. 6d. 

85 Nisbet, P. S., A.R.S.A., 1902, Highland road scene. Glen Falloch— 23I X 35^ 

(Sampson), £4 4s. 

86 Luker, W., On the alert : Early morning — 39^ x 49} (Rolls), £4 4s. 

87 Luker, W., 1884-1903, In Buckhurst Park; and A halt at the Magpie and 

Stump, a pair — 19J x 32 (Rolls), £2 12s. 6d. 

88 Boddington, H. J., 1842, A shady lane, Derbyshire — 35 X 27 (Leggatt), 

£26 5s. 

89 MacUse, D., R.A., The knight's return, arched top— 48 x 31* (White), £8 8s. 

90 Hill, J. J., Taking his opportunity — 29J x 20J (Collings), £5 5s. 

91 Cole, Vicat, R. A., 1872, Harvest-time — gj x 13-J (Leefe), £42. 

92 Adorns, J. Clayton, The chicken farm — 35 x 27! (Collings), £2 2S. 

93 Wimperis, E. M., 1896, The old road to Capel Curig : Moel Siabod in the 
1 distance — 14J x 22J (Permain), £81 i8s. 

94 Webb, J., 1850, Old hulks and Dutch fishing-boats at the mouth of a river — 

29J x 52J (Ball), £12 12s. 

95 Knight, J. Buxton, Lady and gentleman riding in a park — 16 x 26 (Richardson), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

96 Neuville, A. de, Tel-el-Kebir — 33 x 47 (Bemheim), £52 los. 

97 Neuville, A. de. Incident in the Franco-German War — 47 X 31J (Bemheim), 

£52 lOS. 

98 Homel, E. A., Sloes and hawthorn — 23J X igj (M. Joseph), £16 i6s. 

99 Hornel, E. A., Girls fishing, Japan, panel — 14^^ x 12 (M. Joseph), £16 16s. 

100 Hornel, E. A., 1S97, Water-lilies — 15J x iii (Ball), £9 9s. 

101 Cameron, D. Y., A.R.A., Landscape, with figures and goat; — iij x 17^ (Weil), 

£21. 

102 Blinks, T., 1888-9, Finding the scent ; Hoimds in full-cry ; and The dsath, 

a set of three — 29J x 47J (Wells), £262 los. 

103 Dodd, Robert, Old hulks at Southsea — 20J x 40 (Collings), £16 i6s. 

104 Weiss, Jose, Approaching storm — 23^^ x 35 (Bower), £31 los. 

105 Weiss, Jose, The bend of the river — 13J x 19J (Mitchell), £14 14s. 

106 Pelham, T. K., Spanish peasants at a well — 39J x 60 (Sampson), £13 13s. 

107 Dicksee, J. R., 1873, Sunny memories — 24 x 19J (Leggatt), £5 15s. 6d. 

108 Hardy, Heywood, igo6. Maternal affection, unframed ; a print and the steel 

plate by J. B. Pratt were sold with the picture — igj x 24J (Dale), £21. 

109 Chambers, G., 1839, Rotterdam — 29^ x 45I (Smith), £8 8s. 

110 Goodall, F., R.A., 1872, Jochebred — 79 x 63 (Lister), £19 19s. 

111 Hunt, A. W., 1871, A sea-fret hanging over Dunstanborough, R.A., 1872 — 

29 x 57 (Rowe), £11 lis. 

DRAWINGS. 

112 Gilbert, Sir J., R. A., i860, Christiano in the House of Gains — iij x 18 (Cassell), 

£19 19s. 

113 Herbert, J. R., R.A., 1865, After-glow on the Nile — 9 x iSJ (Spencer), £3 3s. 

114 Shcrrin, J., Purple plums and apple — iij x 15 (Vicars), £9 9s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



115 Smith, George, 1867, Happy infancy — 18J- x 14J (Mitcliell), £7 17s. 6d. 

" Refreshed with sleep, the happy child 
With playfulness the hour beguiled." 

116 Stanfield, C, R.A., Pride of the sea — 17 x iii (Pollard), £4 4s. 

117 Warren, E. G., 1868, A cornfield in Surrey — 14 x 10 (Sampson), £14 14s. 

PICTURES. 

118 Ansdell, R., R.A., Rejected addresses, R.A., 1877 — 57 x 93 (Sampson), £44 2S. 

119 Ansdell, R., R.A., 1865, The death of Caesar — 84 x 60 (Sampson), £4 4s. 

120 Beavis, R., 1874, La Siesta : Pyrenees orientals — 28 x 48J (C. Joseph), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

121 Bertrand, J., 1872, Ophelia — 52 x 27 (Mitchell), £6 16s. 6d. 

122 Carter, S. J., 1867, Stampede from a wolf — 38 x "jy (Fothergill), £7 7s. 

123 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1872, Two cows anc] five sheep, in a landscape, panel — 

24 x 19J (Cassell), £63. 

124 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1874 — 54 x 37^ (Pollard), £31 los. 

" Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home." 

125 Cussow, C, 1874, The spectators, panel — 13 X 9 (Schroeder), £14 14s. 

126 Dubufe, E., 1872, It is He— 51 x 38 (Mitchell), £8 i8s. 6d. 

127 Elmore, A., R.A., 1877, Mary Queen of Scots and Darnley at Jedburgh, R.A., 

1877 — 51J x 62J (Lister), £11 iis. 

128 Frere, Ed., 1854, The little brother, panel — 15! x i2i (Leggatt), £16 i6s. 

129 Gale, W., 1866, The offering for the first-born, panel, R.A., 1866 — 36 x 27i 

(Sampson), £43 is. 

130 Geller, W. O., Blind Jimmy — 35 x 27 (Nash), £1 iis. 6d. 

131 Holycake, W., Grandmamma's curiosities — 47 x 37 (Sampson), £11 us. 

132 Holycake, W., King Lear — 23-!- x 19J (Sandra), £8 8s. 

133 Ladell, E., Dead pheasant, fruit and still life — 20 x 16 (Sampson), £19 19s. 

134 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1870, Tintern abbey — 35 x 53^ (Lister), £29 8s. 

135 LLnnell, J., sen., 1848, The eve of the deluge, R.A., 1849 — 58 x 88 (Sampson), 

£28 7s. 

136 Linnell, J. T., 1871-72, Driving to fold — 39J X 62 (Sampson), £25 4s. 

137 Linnell, W., 1877, The haj-field, R.A., 1877 — 38J x 64 (Sampson), £17 17s. 

138 Maclise, D., R.A., The sleep of Duncan : Scene suggested by the soliloquy ot 

Lady Macbeth, R.A., i868 — 45 x 60 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

139 Marks, H. S., R.A., 1870, Saint Francis preaching to the birds, R.A., 1870 — 

57J X 47^ (Lister), £52 los. 

140 Molins, A. de, i860. Hounds in full cry — 54 x 75 (Saunders), £3 3s. 

141 Montaigne, W. J., 1850, Escape of the Empress Matilda from O.xford Castle — 

— 62 J- x 491- (Justice), £2 2s. 

142 Miiller, W., Eastern figures, a pair, in one frame, oval — 61 x 5 each (Sampson), 

£445. 

143 Nicol, Erskuie, A.R.A., i860. The woman that owns him — 17 x 23J (Mitchell), 

£58 i6s. 

144 Oliver, W., 1874, The old, old story — t,o\ x 29 (Nathan), £12 12s. 

146 Roberts, E., 1875, A reverie — 37i- X 29I (Sampson) £6 i6s. 6d. 

147 Sant, J., R.A., and Roberts, D., R.A., Emmaus— 66 x 78 (Sampson), £3 13s. 6di 

148 Seel, A., 1872, The Alhambra— 68 x 50 (Smith), £28 7s. 

149 Tissot, J. J., Waiting for the Fourth — 24J x 35J (J. Smith), £10 los. 

150 Ward, E. M., R.A., 1856, The last sleep of Argyll— 565 x 65.^ (Lister), £16 i6s. 

151 Ward, E. M., R.A., Last scene in the hfe of Montrose — 56 x 65 (Cassell), £50 8s». 

152 Ward, J., R.A., 1811, The obstinate ass, R.A., 1811-54 x 44 (Roe), £48 6s. 

153 Webb, J., Gibraltar — 60 x 102 (Lister), £11 iis. 

154 Webb, J., A scene in Venice — 23J x 4ii (Boyd), £13 13s. 



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Januarj' 26, 1914. Christie's. 

Engravings and Etchings, comprising Mezzotint Por- 
traits after Sir J. Reynolds, Etchings by Sir F. Seymour 
Haden, Whistler, Rembrandt, Diirer, and others, the 
property of the late Mrs. A. G. Storr, Willys-at-Heath, 
Crockham Hill, Edenbridge, Kent. Etchings by D. Y. 
Cameron, F. Brangwyn, A. H. Haig, and others, from 
various sources ; also Etchings after J. L. E. Meissonier, 
the property of the Rt. Hon. Lord Joicey. 



Property of the late Mrs. A. G. Storr. 

Framed. 

1 Lady Grammont, after Sir P. Lely, by J. McArdell (Rimell), £3 15s. 

2 Rousseau, after A. Ramsay, by D. Martin ; Oliver Cromwell, after Lely, by 

J. Faber ; Le Doreur, after Rembrandt, by Pether ; and two others 
(Rimell), £2. 

3 Mrs. Siddons, after Sir T. Lawrence, by W. Say, etched-letter proof (Pollard), 

£2 15s. 

Sir J. Reynolds. 

4 The Duchess of Ancaster, by J. Dixon (Pollard), £8. 

5 Ariadne, by Doughty ; and The young shepherdess, by J. Grozer ( Yeulett) , 

£5 5S. 

6 Mdlle. BacelU. by J. R. Smith (Yeulett), £3 5s. 

7 The Hon. Miss Bingham, by F. Bartolozzi, second state (Davis), £1 is. 

8 Mrs. Bonfoy, by J. McArdell (Davis), £2 los. 

9 Lady Broughton, by T. Watson (Robinson), £10. 

10 Lady Sarah Bunbury, by E. Fisher, first published state (Pollard), £10. 

11 John Stuart, Lord Cardiff, by E. Fisher, second state ; and Samuel Dyer, by 

G. Marchi (BraU), £1 15s. 

12 The Countess of Carhsle, by J. Watson, second state (Rimell), £6 15s. 

13 Mrs. Carnac, by J. R. Smith ; and two others (Brail), £3 los. 

14 WaUam Henry Cavendish, third Duke of Portland, by John Murphy, second 

state ; and Count Ugolino, by T. Watson (BraU), i8s. 

15 Lady Cockburn and children, by C. Wilkin (Pollard), £8. 

16 Cupid as a link-boy ; and Cupid as Mercury, by J. Dean, first states (Rimell), 

£10. 

17 Miss Fordyce, by P. Corbutt ; Miss Greenway, by R. Houston ; and Miss 

Charlotte Fish, by J. Watson (Yeulett), £3 7s. 6d. 

18 ^Mrs. Irwin, by J. Watson ; Frances, Countess of Essex, by J. McArdell ; and 

the Rt. Hon. Lady Charlotte Johnston, by Corbutt (BraU), £4. 

19 Soame Jenyns, Esq., by W. Dickinson ; and Lady Gideon, by T. Watson 

(Brail), £1 5s. 

20 Lady EUzabeth Lee, by E. Fisher (Robinson WUliams), £io. 

21 The Rt. Hon. Anthony Malone, by J. R. Smith, first published state (Rimell), 

£355. 

22 Duchess of Marlborough and daughter, by R. Houston ; and Mrs. Hartley and 

child, by G. Marchi (BraU), £4 los. 

23 Sir J. Reynolds, P.R.A., by J. Watson (Chapellow), los. 

24 Lady Scarsdale and son, by J. Watson, first state (BraU), £5 los. 

25 Madame Schlindkrin, by J. R. Smith (Rimell), £3. 



104 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

26 Lord Henry and Lady Charlotte Spencer, by J. Jones ; and Robinetta, by the 

same (B. Muller), £2 2S. 

27 The strawberry-girl ; and Miss Penelope Boothby, by S. Cousins, R.A., artist's 

proofs (Vicars), £12. 
.28 The Virgin and Child (Madonna Col Bambino), by J. R. Smith, two impressiMts 
(one etched-letter proof) (Harvey), £3. 

ETCHINGS. 
By Rembrandt. 
-29 The triumph of Mordecai (M. 228) (Colnaghi & Obach), £20. 

30 Abraham's sacrifice (M. 246) ; and A woman with her feet in the water (M. 297), 

two in one frame (Colnaghi & Obach), £21. 

31 The death of the Virgin (M. 207) (Gutekunst), £24. 

32 The hundred guilder print (M. 224) (Frost & Reed), £11. 

33 The three crosses (M. 235), fourth state (Gutekunst), £42. 

34 Saint Jerome (M. 234) (Gutekunst), £70. 

35 Saint Francis praying (M. 252), second state (Colnaghi & Obach), £34. 

36 Jan SUvius (il. no) (Maggs), £6 los. 

37 Three heads of women, one asleep (M. 130) ; Three heads of women (M. 115) ; 

and Head of a woman, in profile, three in one frame (Colnaghi & Obach), 
£33- 

38 Medea, or The marriage of Jason and Creusa (M. 286), fourth state (Maggs), 

£11 los. 

39 An artist drawing from a model (M. 284), second state (Colnaghi & Obacb) 

£7ios. 
■40 Landscape, with a cow drinking (M. 318), second state ; and The Virgin 
and Child in the clouds (M. 211), two in one frame (Gutekunst), £40. 



41 Diirer, A., The Sudariura (B. 25), (Colnaghi & Obach), £22. 

42 Diirer, A., The little courier (B. 80) (Cohiaghi & Obach), £10. 

43 Diirer, A., The great war horse (B. 97) (Huxtable), £20. 

MODERN ETCHINGS. 

44 The^bathers, after F. Walker, by R. W. Macbeth, artist's proof (Saunders), £2. 

45 The plough, after and by the same, artist's proof (Payne), £3 15s. 

46 The harbour of refuge, after and by the same, artist's proof (Payne), £4 los. 

47 The Mazarin library, after M. Fortimy, by E. Boilvin, remarque proof ; Les 

Amateur"'d'Estamps, after Meissonier, by C. N. Courtry, remarque proof ; 
and another (Ernest), £2. 

48 Delatre, A., Souvenirs " Six pointes-seches London, 1871," with title plate, 

seven in one frame (Palser), £2 los. 

49 Bracquemond, C, The triumph of death, trial proof; and Cardinal Maiming, 

by F. Legros (Colnaghi & Obach), £4. 

50 Fortuny, M., Tango ; Arabe Assis ; Mendiant ; and Garde de la Casbah ; 

two etchings, by Percy Thomas ; and another, seven in four frames (Colnaghi 
and Obach), £5 5s. 

51 Whistler, J. M., Thames police (W. 42) ; Limehouse (W. 37) ; and Portrait 

of Whistler, by Percy Thomas, three in one frame (Gutekunst), £26 5s. 

52 Whistler, J. M., Bibi Lalouette (W. 30) ; La Marchandc de Moutarde (W. 16), 

first state ; and Vauxhall bridge (W. 66), three in one frame (Colnaghi aod 
Obach), £13. 

53 Whistler, J. M., La Veille aux Loques (W. 14), on yellow paper ; and Longshore- 

men (W. 43), two in one frame (Gutekunst), £19. 

54 Whistler, J. M., The kitchen (W. 19), unfraraed (Colnaghi), £88. 



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Sir. F. Seymour Haden. 
U nf rained. 

55 Sunset injireland (H. 51), second published state (Colnaghi), £62. 

56 Shere mill pond (H. 38), second published state (Maggs), £66. 

57 The towing-path (H. 76), (Colnaghi), £4 5s. 

58 Early morning, Richmond (H. 22), second published state (Gutekunst), £20. 

59 Thomas Haden, of Derby (H. 58) (E. AUom), £1 8s. 

Framed. 

60 Whistler's house, Old Chelsea (H. 54), second published state (Brown and 

Phillips), £15. 

61 Breaking up the Agamemnon (H. 145), first published state (Dunthorne), 

£32. 

62 Mytton HaU (H. 14) (Gutekunst), £19. 

63 Battersea Reach (H. 52), first published state; and Egham Lock (H. 16), 

first published state (Rimell), £6 5s. 

64 Battersea Reach, second pubhshed state ; and Egham Lock (H. 16), second 

published state (Gutekunst), £6 5s. 

65 Sunset on the Thames (H. 93), second published state; and Kidwelly Town 

(H. 24) (Frost & Reed), £13. 

Other Properties, 

ETCHINGS. 
Unframed. 
65 Fitton, Hedley, Advocate's Close, Edinburgh (Willis), £6 i6s. 6d. 

67 Fitton, Hedley, Casino de Nobili, Siena (Willis), £5 15s. 6d. 

68 Fitton, Hedley, Rue St. Romain, No. 2 ; and Dumfries (Levy), £9 9s. 

69 Fitton, Hedley, Casino de Nobili, Siena ; and Dumfries (Mitchell), £6 i6s. 6d. 

70 Dicksee Peace ; and Peril (Frost & Reed), £8 8s. 

71 Dicksee, H., The road to the village ; and My lady sleeps (Frost & Reed), 

£6 6s. 
,72 Dicksee, H., The Primrose-gatherers (Frost & Reed), £5 5s. 

73 Dicksee, H., Down to the sea (Frost & Reed), £7 7s. 

74 Winter quarters, after J. Farquharson, by W. Hole, remarque proof (Lacey), 

£6 1 6s. 6d. 

75 Haig, A. H., Pampluna ; Returning from the fair (Dunthorne), £1 is. 

76 Haig, A. H., Canterbury ; and Linlithgow (Eaton), £r los. 

77 Haig, A. H., Ghent ; and The Ca d'Oro, Venice (Ball), £3. 

78 Haig, A. H., South transept of St. Mark's, Venice ; and St. Etienne, Bourges 

(Klackner), £5 los. 

79 Howarth, .\. E., Interior of Durham Cathedral (Colnaghi), £7 los. 

80 Cameron, D. Y., Street in Cairo (R. 414) (Colnaghi), £39. 

81 Cameron, D. Y., Yvop (R. 425) (Colnaghi), £22. 

82 Cameron, D. Y., Yvon (R. 425) (Colnaghi), £23. 

83 Whistler, J. M., The Rialto, Venice (W. 181) (Gutekunst), £62. 

84 Meryon C, Le Petit Pont (W. 8), second state, from the Drake Collection 

(Dunthorne), £58. 

85 Meryon, C, La Rue des Mauvais Gar(:ons (W. 11) (Wyse), £42. 

86 Meryon, C, La Morgue (W. 20), second state (Holland), £28. 

D. y. Cameron. 
Etchings of the Belgian Set. 

87 The gateway of Bruges (R. 387), before dry-point additions above stone to left 

and increase of lines across foreground (Robins), £52. 



io6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

88 La Roche (R. 388), before general dry-point enrichment, and four short hori- 

zontal lines to left of lower window behind trees, etc. (Wise), £22. 

89 La Maison Noire, Bruges (R. 3S9) (Mason), £35 14s. 

90 The Meuse (R. 390) (Frost & Reed), £78 15s. 

91 Damme (R. 391) (Connell), £31 los. 

92 The belfry of Bruges (R. 392) (Paul), £44 2S. 

93 Old La Roche (R. 393) (Dean), £44 2S. 

94 Notre Dame, Dinant (R. 394), before completion of horizontal shadowing ia 

arch (Connell), £73 los. 

95 Dinant (R. 395) (Green), £50 8s. 

96 A valley of the Ardennes (R. 396) (Inglis), £37 i6s. 

F. Brangwyn, A.R.A. 

97 Breaking-up of the Duncan (Fine Art Society), £18 i8s. 

98 Old houses, Ghent (Fine Art Society), £15 15s. 

99 Bridge Valentia, Cahors (Fine Art Society), £18 i8s. 
100 BrowTiing's house, Venice (Rknell), £15 15s. 

loi A mosque, Constantinople (Fine Art Society), £18 i8s. 

102 St. Maria from the street, Venice (Fine Art Society), £i5 i6s. 

103 Cannon Street Station, framed (Fine Art Society), £18 i8s. 

104 The Rialto, Venice, framed (Fine Art Society), £10 los. 

105 The Bridge of Sighs, Venice, framed (Fine Art Society), £42. 

Framed. 

106 Cameron, D. Y., The Tweed at Coldstream (R. 374) ; and The source of the- 

Clyde (R. 30) (Wells), £17 17s. 

107 Cameron, D. Y., Robert Lee's workshop (R. 375) (Colnaghi), £42. 

108 Affleck, A. F., Chateau Amboise (Gooden & Fox), £4 14s. 6d. 

109 Haig, A. H., Interior of Burgos Cathedral (Gladwell), £65 2S. 
no Haigh, A. H., Portrayals of Rheims Cathedral (Tooth), £19 19s. 

in Haig, A. H., The Capella Palatina at Palermo (Dunthorne), £19 19s. 

112 Haig, A H., Street scene and cathedral, Chartres (Gooden & Fox), £10 los. 

113 Haig, A. H., The cathedral of Chartres (Dunthorne), £10 los. 

F. Brangwyn. 

114 Church of St. Saulve, Montreuil ; and Porte de Ghent (Lewis), £6 i6s. 6d. 

115 Old houses, St. Cirque ; and Tour de Faure (Lewis), £6 i6s. 6d. 

116 Brentford bridge (Fine Art Society), £3 13s. 6d. 

117 The butcher's shop (Fine Art Society), £8 8s. 

118 Abbey St. Leonards (Mason), £8 i8s. 6d. 

119 The Mosque, Constantinople (Fine Art Society), £12 12s. 

120 The boat-yard, Venice (Fine Art Society), £8 8s. 

121 Church of St. Nicholas. Di.xmunden (White), £8 i8s. 6d. 

122 The bridge, Valentre, Cahors (Fine Art Society), £12 I2S. 

123 Unloading bricks, Ghent (Fine Art Society), £6 6s. 

Property of Lord Joicey, Greg-y-nog, Montgomeryshire. 

After J. L. E. Meissonier. 

124 Generals in the snow, by E. Boilvin, remarque proof (Tooth), £22 is. 

125 Dimanche, by A. Boulard, remarque proof (Tooth), £4 4s. 

126 Piquet, by the same, remarque proof, signed by the £u:tist (Frost & Reed),. 

£26 5S. 

127 Lc Dragon, by the same, remarque proof (Payne), £4 14s. 6d. 

128 Another impression, remarque proof (Payne), £4 4s. 

129 Le Voyageur, by the same, remarque proof (Tooth), £18 i8s. 

130 Partie Perdue, by F. Bracquemond, remarque proof (Tooth), £18 i8s. 



Christie's.] January 26, 1914. 107 

131 Le guide, by A. Jacquet, remarque proof (Tooth), £25 4s. 

132 Les renseignements, by the same, remarque proof (Tooth), £15 15s. 

133 The sign-painter, by the same, remarque proof, signed by the artist and 

engraver (Frost & Reed), £22 is. 

134 The guard-room, by J. Jacquet, remarque proof (Micklem), £4 4s. 

135 Portrait of the sergeant, by the same, remarque proof, signed by the artist 

and engraver (Frost & Reed), £44 2s. 

136 The stirrup-cup, by the same, remarque proof (Tooth), £9 9s. 

137 " 1812," by the same, remarque proof (Angus), £3 13s. 6d. 

138 Chess-players, by the same, remarque proof (Lefevre), £6 6s. 

139 Napoleon, 1814, by A. Mignon, remarque proof (Tooth), £11 iis. 

140 La Halte, by the same, remarque proof (Stimpson), £5 17s. 6d. 

141 Le Decameron, by the same, remarque proof (Wells), £3 15s. 6d. 

142 Le Marechal Ferrant, by the same, remarque proof (Stimpson), £4 14s. 6d. 

143 Another impression, remarque proof (Lacey), £4 4s. 

144 Post-horses, by L. Moazies, remarque proof, signed by the artist and engraver 

(Frost & Reed), £25 4s. 

145 Une lecture chez Diderot, by the same, remarque proof, signed by the artist and 

engraver (Frost & Reedl, £19 19s. 

146 A cavaUer ; and Tourne-bride, by L. Ruet, remarque proofs (Klackner), 

£5 5s. 

147 Annibal ; and L'Homme a la Epee : Etchings by J. L. E. Meissonier, artist's 

proofs (Gordon), £16 5s. 6d. 



January 29 and 30, 1914. Sotheby's. 

JAPANESE COLOUR PRINTS. 

3 Hokusai : Kiso Amida no Taki, " The Amida FaU, province of Kiso " ; full 
size, upright ; one of the set of waterfalls ; signed (Tregaskis), £3 12s. 6d. 

5 Utamaro : Yosoi of Matsuba-ya ; half-length seated writing a letter ; grey wash 

background ; full size, upright ; signed (Clarke), £1 8s. 

6 Utamaro : Blue print : Half-length portrait of a woman loosely clad in a 

Yakata or cotton bath robe of pale blue with white clam-shell design.; 
without background ; full size, upright ; signed (Tregaskis), £6. 

7 Hokusai : Kirifuri no taki, " Falling Mist Waterfall " in the Kurokami Moun- 

tains ; lull size, upright ; one of the series of waterfalls ; signed (Tregaskis), 
£3 7s. 6d. 

8 Hokusai : Kyo talvi, " The Pure Waterfall " by the shrine of Kwannon of 

Sakanoshita ; full size, upright ; one of the series of waterfalls ; signed 
(Clarke), £2. 

9 Hokusai : Aoiga oka no taki, " Hollyhock Hill Waterfall," province of Yedo ; 

full size, upright ; one of the series of waterfalls ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 is. 

10 Hokusai : Yoro no tald, " Waterfall of Yoro," province of Mino ; another 

of the series of waterfalls ; signed (Shannon), £2 i8s. 

11 Hokusai : Amida no taki, " Amida Waterfall," province of Kiso, and One no 

taki on the Kisokaido ; both from the series of waterfalls ; signed Zen 
Hokusai I-itzu (Kato), £3 los. 

12 Hokusai : Robon no taki, " Roben Waterfall," Oyama, province of Soshu, and 

Yoshitsune uma arai no taki, " The Yoshitsnne horse-washing Waterfall," 
Yoshino, province of Izumi ; both from the series of waterfalls ; signed 
(Kato), £2 i6s. 



io8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

21 Harunobu: Viewing the moon; girl holding a fan, seated on a low bench 

covered with red cloth, and another reclining on the bench behind her 
beside a stream, looking up at a full moon ; large size, almost square ; one 
of a set Fuzoku Shiki Kasen, " Poems and customs of the four seasons," 
this being for Chushu, " the Eighth Month, mid-autumn " ; signed ; pub- 
lished 1770 (Yamanaka), £12 los. 

22 Harunobu : Illustration of a poem by Saigyo Hoshi ; large size, almost square, 

one of a set of The Hundred Poets ; signed (Wilson), £14. 

23 Harunobu: Kinuta no Tamagawa, province of Sagami : A woman seated at 

the front of a house folding linen, and another in the garden beating linen 
- on a stone ; large size, almost square, with a^poem in clouds ; from a Tama 
river set without title ; signed (Yamanaka), £10 5s. 

24 Harunobu : Chofu no Tamagawa, province of Musashi : A woman hanging 

strips of linen over a red garden fence, a girl talking to her ; large size, almost 
square ; one of another Tama river set ; signed (Tregaskis), £5. 

25 Harunobu : A Courtezan, seated in the front of the tea-house Yama Guchi-ya 

holding a pipe, her left arm rovmd her young kamuro's shoulder ; medium 
size, almost square ; without text ; signed (Forrest), £7 15s. 

26 Harushige : Niken Cha-ya no Hana, " The flower of the Niken tea-house." 

A young girl playing the samisen to a man reclining by her side ; large size, 
almost square ; one of a set Setsu Gekka, " Snow, Moon and Flower " ; 
signed (Wilson), £20 los. 

27 Harushige : Fune no Koi, " The Boat of Love." A young girl in the prow 

of a river junk, a youth beside her ; large size, almost square ; signed (Sato), 
£5 5S- 
a8 Harushige : Fuming out insects. An oiran kneeling on a bed burning incense 
stick, her kamuro asleep outside ; large size, almost square ; signed (Yama- 
naka), £8 5s. 

39 Utamaro : Mother and child ; half-length figure of a woman peeling a melon, 

and a child looking up at her ; without background ; full size, upright ; 
signed (Clarke), £1 6s. 

40 Utamaro : The quiet wife. Half-length portrait of a woman threading a needle ; 

full size, upright ; one of a set Meisho Fukei Bijin Ju-ni So, " Twelve 
physiognomies of beautiful women " ; signed (Clarke), £t 6s. 

41 Utamaro : Two women in conversation ; full size, upright ; one of the same 

set as the foregoing ; signed (Clarke), 18s. 

42 Utamaro : The good mother. Half-length portrait of a woman suckling a 

baby boy ; one of the same set as the foregoing, but on a mica ground ; 
and a small print of a Puppet Chiushingura set in a circle ; both signed 
(Clarke), £4 ys. 6d. 

43 Utamaro : Chiushingura, Act III. A man attacking a nagging wife with a 

miso pestle, and others holding him back ; full size, upright ; signed 
(Shannon), £1 5s. 

46 Utamaro : Ama Koi Komachi, " Asking for Rain." Half-length figure of a 

woman holding an open umbrella, a baby boy carried on her left arm ; 
full size, upright ; one of a set Furyu Nana Komachi ; signed (Shannon), 
£i6s. 

47 Shiko : First month; Archery : Half-length portrait of a man leaning on a 

bow looking at the bust of a woman holding an arrow ; medium size, upright ; 
one of a set Azuma Fuzoku Go Sekku Awase, " Customs of the Five Festivals 
in Eastern Provinces compared " ; signed (Kato), £1. 

48 Yeishi : A lady's poetry party ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed (Paton), 

£6 6s. 



Sotheby's.] January 29 and 30, 1914. 109 

49 Yeishi : Cherry Blossom Festival ; triptych ; six ladies ia a boat on a stream 

under chern- trees in blossom ; full size, upright ; signed (Selby), £4 ros. 

50 Kiyomitsu : Hasliirakake. Bingo Saburo Takanori writing on the trunk of a 

cherry tree a Chinese poem ; signed (Ficke), £1 15s. 

51 Masanobu: Segawa and Matsundo of Matsuba-ya ; full size, upright ; one of 

the double-page illustrations from Seiro Meikun Jihitsu Shu, " Celebrated 
women of the tea-houses and their handwriting"; signed (Sato), £1 4s. 
53 Shimman : Kyoka Eiyu Go-ju Nin Isshu, " Single comic poems by fifty eminent 
poets," one vol. complete, Yedo, 1824 ; preface by Shokusanjin ; fifty-three 
pages of illustrations in colours by Shunman (Winewater), £2 15s. 

56 Harunobu : View in the Yoshiwara, " The Bed-Wine Cup." — An oiran, in her 

night clothes ; a cut-down print ; signed (Wilson), £2 i8s. 

57 Bimcho : Theatrical Duo. Matsumoto Koshiro in male character, holding 

Ichikawa Komazo by the hair of his head in a struggle for a letter ; hoso-ye ; 
signed ; sealed Mori (Kato), iSs. 
76A Toyokuni : Evening cooling and A fishing triptych ; four ladies OQ a low 
platform ; full size, upright ; signed (Stewer), £$. 

77 Hiroshige : Meisho Yedo Hyakkei, " One hundred celebrated views of Yedo." 

An album containing ninety-eight views, one of which is the altered view 
of Kiribata by Hiroshige II ; full size, upright ; each signed (Metzgar), 
£2 lOS. 

78 Shoji : An album of original drawings : Seventy-nine studies of bird life ; the 

first of a " White Mountain Ptarmigan " ; signed Tawara Shoji, and dated 
1769 (Wilson), £4. 

81 Kuyei : Kakemono. Chinese landscape in a hilly country, with footmen 

and horsemen encamped ; on silk ; signed ; c. 1530 (Mitchison), £1. 

82 Kuyei : Chiian. Chinese ladies enjoying themselves in the spring-time in a 

palace and its grounds ; on silk ; signed ; the te.xt dated 1861, when it was 
re-mounted ; c. 1530 (- — ), £1. 

85 Masanobu : Nakamura Tomijuro in female character holding up a Marionette, 

Yoshitsune pla>ing the flute ; hoso-ye ; singed (Barrett), £1. 

86 Shigenaga : Shishi and Peonies. The mythical Chinese Uon snapping viciously 

at a butterfly hovering above the flower ; hoso-ye ; coloured by hand ; 
signed (Wilson), 17s. 

87 Kiyomitsu : Nakamura Shichisaburo in male character as a fan-seller : hoso-ye, 

in pink and slate-blue ; signed (Lennie), £1 los. 

88 Kiyotsune : Actor triptych ; in the centre Segawa Kikunojo in female robe 

holding a fan ; on the right, Nakamura Nakazo, and on the left Arashi 
Sangoro, both in male characters, holding swords ; hoso-ye ; signed (Barrett), 

£I2S. 

89 Harunobu : Children in four small lenticular-shaped panels on a yellow groimd : 

A girl placing the koto, two boys fishing, three boys watching snails, and 
four boys drawing a little cart with a vase of flowers on it ; each signed 
(Barrett), £1 i8s. 

90 Harunobu : Raiko, having cut off the head of the Shuten-doji, finds the head 

fly at him and fasten its jaws on his helmet ; full size, upright ; signed 
Kosen Ko, " carpentered " ; this signature is attributed to Harunobu, 
but it may have been only that of the block-cuttor (Moore), £3 los. 

9 1 Koriusai : Two lovers, the girl kneeling and the youth standing holding her 

hand ; medium size, almost square ; signed (Kato), £1 los. 

92 Koriusai : Illustration of a poem by Suwo no Naishi. An oiran followed 

by a boy ; medium size, almost square ; one of a set Furyu San-ju Rok'kasen ; 
signed (Barrett), £1 6s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



93 Koriusai : Yuino, " The exchange of presents " at the time of espousal. A 
youth and a girl in a room where the presents are laid out ; medium size, 
almost square ; one of a set Furyu Kon-in Ryaku-shiki, " An epitome of 
the proper ceremony of marriage " ; signed (Clarke), £i 12s. 

97 Kiyonaga: The Eighth Month. Two women passing along a street going to 

see the moon ; medium size, almost square ; one of a set of the four seasons ; 
signed (Cook), {,2. 

98 Kiyonaga : Wakakusa of Choji-ya on parade, her two kamuro on her near 

side, a shinzo on her far side, and another following ; full size, upright ; 
one of the series Hinagata Wakana no Hatsumoyo, " The first dyed designs 
for spring grasses " ; signed (Clarke), £3 17s. 6d. 

99 Kiyonaga : Theatrical scene. On the left Ichikawa Yawozo as a man, scowling 

at Iwai Hanshiro as a woman ; behind them, on a raised platform, the 
chorus ; full size, upright ; signed (Barrett), £1 4s. 
100 Kiyonaga : Theatrical scene. On the left Onoye Matsusuke, as an oiran, look- 
ing down at Nakamiura Katsugoroas a man with a fan, on the right Ichimura 
Uzayemon holding up a bamboo travelUng hat on a white wand ; behind 
them the chorus ; full size, upright ; signed (Kato), £1 2s. 

102 Kiyonaga : The public bath house. Two ink proofs of two of the sheets from 

this triptych ; full size, upright ; unsigned (Metzgar), £4 5s. 

103 Shuncho : Katachino of Ogi-ya seated in a house on New Year's Day, looking 

out at the kamuro and shinzo passing by the kadomatsu, her kamuro 
playing boupcing ball by her side ; full size, upright ; probably a sheet 
from a triptych ; signed, sealed Churin (Paton), £3 3s. 

104 Shuncho : The landing place. A woman holding a tray of food and a lantern, 

standing by the prow of a pleasure boat, another woman behind with 
hand on her shoulder, a girl with a fan by her side beside them ; one sheet 
of a triptych ; full size, upright; signed, sealed Churin (Barrett), £1 i6s. 
106 Utamaro : Kamioki. The ceremony on the occasion of first letting a child's 
hair grow, about three years of age ; full size, upright ; one of a set Shichi 
Go San Kotarkara Awase, " Seven, Five and Three, Precious Children 
Compared " ; signed (Clarke), £i 2%. 

109 Yeishi : Isoyama of Choji-ya on parade, one kamuro on her side and one 

behind ; full size, upright ; one of a series Wakana Hatsumoyo, " First 
dyed designs for spring grasses " ; signed (Cook), £2. 

1 10 Yeishi : Hinatsuru of Choji-ya on parade at the New Year, proceeded by a 

kamuro, another woman seated in front of a house ; full size, upright ; 
signed (Clarke), £1 los. 

111 Yeishi : The soft answer. A young Samurai entering an apartment, turning 

round to chide a young girl kneeling on the engawa, and a maid servant 
looking on ; full size, upright ; signed (Lennie), £1 8s. 
116 Toyokuni : Kaminazuki, "The Month (Tenth) without Gods." An oiran 
seated by a brazier looking at a cake in the form of a white rabbit on a 
tray ; half-block size ; one of a set Furyu Ju-ni Getsu, " Twelve Months " ; 
signed (Lennie), £1. 

122 Hiroshige : Takasaki, No. 14 of the Kisokaido views ; signed (Sato), i8s. 

123 Hiroshige : Mieji, No. 56 of the Kisokaido views ; signed (Tregaskis), i8s. 

124 Hiroshige : Akasaka, No. 57 of the Kisokaido views; signed (Tregaskis), 

£1 4S. 

125 Hiroshige : Kashiwabara, No. 61 of the Kisokaido views ; signed (Tregaskis), 

£1 4S. 

126 Hiroshige : Bamba, No. 63 of the Kisokaido views ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 los. 

127 Hiroshige : Musa, No. 67 of the Kisokaido views ; signed (Tregaskis), £1 8s. 



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134 Yeizan : Kakemono-ye : A woman walking in the rain under an umbrella 

signed (Lennie), £i. 

135 Shunsen : Kakemono-ye : A woman standing with the fingers of her left-hand 

pushed under her obi ; signed (Lennie), £i is. 

136 Kyosai : Kakemono-ye : Two ciotvs on the trunk of a blossoming plum tree, 

with a red sun disc behind them ; signed (Ficke), £i is. 
i;6 Yeishi : A Tayu on parade under a chciry tree with blossoms falling ; signed 

c. iSoo (Metzgar), ^4. 
162 Toyohiro : A woman standing beside a stream looking down on a boy with a 

broom ; unsigned ; c. 1820 (Metzgar), £3 los. 

165 Gyokusen : An oiran engaged in flower arrangement, and her kamuro bringing 

a pot of water ; signed ; c. 1800 (Metzgar), £$. 

166 Shigenobu (Yanagawa) : A geisha leaving the garden gate of a tea-house and 

about to step into a boat, a female attendant following ; unsigned ; c. 1820 
(Paton), £4 15s. 
174 Kunimaru : A woman passing by a temple Torii in mist ; unsigned ; c. 18 10 
(Paton), £2. 

176 Hokusai : The two outer pictures from a set of three dealing with the story of 

Momotaro, " Little PeachUng." The old woodman and his wife by a 
stream, and Momotaro with the devils scrambling for jewels ; both signed ; 
c. 1797 (Froude), £2 6s. 

177 Hokusai : A woman reading a letter, full-length figure, standing ; signed ; 

in box ; c. 1815 (Sato), £i 4s. 
181 Hokusai : Ame-no Uzume no Mikoto and Saruta-hiko holding halberd and 

spear ; unsigned ; *n the outside is written : " Meiji 17 (1884), 5th month, 

15th day, bought this Hokiisai picture at Kamakura " from the Kyosai 

collection (Hutchinson), £5 2S. 6d. 
184 Hokuba : Three women around a jar as The Three Sake Tasters ; signed 

c. 1840 (Froude), £2 5s. 
i8g Hokuba : A woman hoding a fan in her mouth and arranging a hairpin ; signed 

c. 1840 (Kato), £1 los. 
191 Shinsai : The sixteen great generals of the Tokugawa Shogunate ; signed 

c. 1840 (Sato), ^i i6s. 

195 Hiroshige : Fuji from near Yui on the Tokaido ; signed (Metzgar), £2 los. 

196 Hiroshige : View of Matsubara ; signed (Metzgar), £2 los. 

197 Hiroshige : A snow landscape ; signed (Metzgar), £2 12s. 6d. 

201 Kyosai : A crow on a branch of a plum tree, in black and white ; signed ; c. 1880 
(Froude), £1 is. 

204 Yeishin School : A Mandara of Amida Buddha with Seishi and Kwannon iii 

Sukhavati, the Paradise of the West ; unsigned ; i6th cent. At the back 
is a list of the posthumous names of various members of the family of the 
former owner, with the dates of each one's death, from Horeki 7 — 1757 to 
Mciji 3 — 1870, written by Shamon (Buddhist priest) Shina (Wilson), £24. 

205 Chinese School : A inan on a pony and two other ponies following under a 

great tree; signed Chohakurei Utsushi, "A copy"; 15th cent. (Smith), 

£3 15s- 
207 Kandensu : The Sennin Kanzan and Jittoku, black and white ; signed Sekkya- 

kushi ; 15th cent. (Tregaskis), £1 2s. 
211 Unknown: Portrait of Junnyo Shonin holding a rosary of the Hokke Shiu 

sect of Buddhists ; xinsigned (Clarke), £2 2S. 
214 Kogetsu : Three-quarter length figure of a woman standing, holding a basket 

and a roll of cash; signed Kogetsu (pupil of Sesshu) ; i6th cent. (Froude), 

£1 IS. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



2i5 Motonobu : Two. A dragon on a fan leaf ; and a pair of birds and bamboo 
unsigned, but sealed Motonobu; c. 1550 (Mawson), £1 2S. 

218 Bitoku : A white hawk on the branch of a tree ; unsigned, but sealed ; c. 1570= 
(Mitchison), £1 12s. 

221 Sanraku : A pair of mountainous landscapes, in black and white; unsigned, 

but sealed ; c. 1620 (Joly), £1 6s. 

222 Chokuan : A hawk attacking an egret ; unsigned, but sealed ; c. 1590 (Simms), 

£1 i6s. 
235 Buddhist School : Kwannon, and a si.x-armed Divinity ; both unsigned (Joly), 

£1 I2S. 

246 Zeshin : A lacquer drawing of a woman seated on bundle ; back view ; signed 
81 years old Zeshin (Froude), £1 i8s. 

253 Ikegami, Bansho, " Evening bell at Ikegami." View of the entrance to the 
stairs leading to the temple ; full-size, oblong ; from the first edition of 
Yedo Kinko Hakkei ; signed Hiroshige ( ), £1 13s. 



January 30, 1914. Christie's. 

Pictures and Drawings, the property of the late John R. 
Clayton, Esq., 11, Fairfax Road, N.W. Pictures, the 
property of Gordon B. Foster, Esq., White House, Carleton, 
Pontefract ; and Pictures and Drawings from other sources. 



Property of the late John R. Clayton, Esq. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Allingham, H., Farm near brook, Witley, Surrey — 5 X 7 (C. Clayton), £7 ys. 

2 BucknaU, E. P., Reigate Heath ; and Common near East Grinstead, a pair — 

iij X 21 (Miss Clayton), £4 4s. 

3 Cipriani, N., Italian dancer: and Cavalier, by F. Genalta (Miss Clayton), 

£7 7s. 

4 Cleaver, Reginald, Carnival de Nice ; and twenty other pen-and-ink illustra- 

tions for The Graphic (Miss Clayton), £2 12s. 6d. 

5 Cleaver, Reginald, Cantering down to meet the guards ; and nine other pen-and- 

ink illustrations for Tlie Graphic (Miss Clayton), £3 3s. 

6 Cortazzo, Reflections — gi x 13J (Brooke). £3 13s. 6d. 

7 Flaxman, J., R.A., Sketch designs for the Hesiod series ; Designs for the 

shield of Achilles ; and Sketch for the judgment of Paris, pencil, ten in four 
frames (Agnew), £6 6s. 

8 Flaxman, J., R.A., A group of children ; The evil race ; and various figure 

studies ; pencil, eight in three frames (Miss M. Clayton), £3 13s. 6d. 

9 Fraser, R. W., A backwater on the Thames ; and Wargrave church (Smith), 

10 Herkomer, Sir H. von^ R.A., 1877, Tyrolean peasant-woman — 13J x gi 

(Leger), £10 los. 
n Marks, H. S., R.A., Near the coast ; Landscape, with windmill ; and Common 
. scene (Hon. Mrs. Maguire), £4 4s. 

12 Peririo, Ganymede, sepia — 15 X iii (Brooke), £2 15s. 

13 Skill, F. J., Peasant-girl ; and A siesta, by W. Duncan, 1878 (Clayton), 

£2 125. 6d. 



Christie's.] January 30, IQ14. 113 

14 Smallfield, F., Interiors, a pair ; and Interior of a cathedral, by J. FuUeylove 

(Davies), £8 8s. 

15 Stevens, Alfred G., Wellington monument : Figure of valour* and A female 

study, red chalk (Wallis), £iro 5s. 

16 Stevens, Alfred G., Studies of figures (two), red chalk (Knoedler), £78 15s. 

17 Stevens, Alfred G., A woman seated, red chalk — gf x 12 (Wallis), £110 53. 

18 Stevens, Alfred G., Three female figures ; and Figures seated, red chalk 

(Agnew), £73 los. 

19 Stevens, Alfred G., Group of figiires ; and study of a male figure, red chalk, 

(Martin), £115 los. 

20 Stevens, Alfred G., Two figures, with scrolls, red chalk ; and Boy, with a torch, 

pencil (Agnew), £105. 

21 Stevens, Alfred G., The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel ; and designs for hunting- 

knives, in colour (Wallis), £84. 
32 Stothard, T., R.A., Designs for the " Wellington Shield," in grisaille, imframed 
(Leggatt), £1 IS. 

23 Tonelli, G., Mrs. Flaxman, in white dress and cap ; powdered hair, pastel, oval 

— 9 X 8 (Smith £31 los. 

24 Wimpcris, E. M., Bendof ariver ; and A homestead, a pair — 9 x 13I (Bowden), 

£15 155. 

25 Wyllie, C. W., A bridge • and Landscape studies, five in three frames (Jones), 

£6 6s. 

26 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Coming ashore ; and Old hulks, two in one frame (Davies), 

£5 5s. 

27 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Studies of sea and river, four, in two frames (Carroll), 

£r IIS. 6d. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

28 Burgess, J. B., R.A., Negro's head ; and Italian peasant-woman (Miss M. 

Clayton), £4 14s. 6d. 

29 Goupil, Jules, Le chapeau noir — 31 x 25J (Brooke), £12 12s. 

30 Herkomer, Sir H. von, R.A., 1877, Head of an old lady — 16 x 11 (Leger), 

£10 10s. 

31 Mancini, A., The tambourine girl — 29I x 25 (Permain), £31 los. 

OLD PICTURES. 

32 Goz2oli, Benozzo, The Almighty in the act of'blessing ; five cherubs on either 

side, panel — 23 x 57 (Knoedler), £33 12s. 

33 Italian School. Saint Martin dividing his cloak with the beggar, panel — 

41 x 29J (Blaker), £8 8s. 

34 Messina, Antonello da, Young man, in red dress and cap, panel — 13J x lof 

(Roberts), £110 5s. 

35 Raffaelle, after, La Vierge da Foligno — 41 x 27J (Roos), £2 I2S. 6d. 

36 Sarto, A. del. An angel, with the emblems of the flagellation, panel — 15J x 9J 

(Agnew), £11 IIS. 

37 Signorelli, Charity; and Piety, a pair, monochrome — 21 x iij (Knoedler) 

£7 7S. 

38 Titian (after), Bacchus and Ariadne — 66 x 74 (Stuart), £12 12s. 

39 Titian (after). Death of Peter Martyr ; and Assumption of the Virgin, a pair — 

29 X 15 (Clark), £4 4s. 

40 Velasquez, Head of Queen Mariana, wearing a pearl necklace — 14J x iij 

(Wallis), £21. 

41 Leonardo da Vinci, after. Portrait of a Duchess of Milan, panel — i8f x 13^ 

(Parsons), £12 12s. 
43 Leonardo da Vinci, after, Mona Lisa — 29 x 20 (Veitch), £5 5s. 



114 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

43 Nixon, J., 1786, A country theatre : Scene from Richard III, Act 3, in the 

theatre in Derry, North of Ireland — 11 J x 14^ (Peabody), £9 igs. 6d. 

44 School of Row'andson. A bumper at Casino — 8 J x i2i (Wood), £2 12s. 6d. 

45 Walsh, J. R., 1S04, The mill— 71 x 10^ (Cobbett), £3 3s. 

46 Lawrence, Mrs. Rebecca Fenner, in blue dress trimmed w-ith white lace, pastel, 

oval — 9 X 7 (Parsons), £4 14s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

47 Droogsloot, J. C, VOlage scene, with procession of peasants, panel — 23* x 32^ 

(Roos), £11 IIS. 

48 Early English School. Gentleman, in scarlet coat and buff vest — 29J >: 24 

(Stevens), £5 15s. 6d. 

49 Horemans, J. J., Interior of a mansion, with figures merrymaking — 26J x 33J 

(Steyne), £13 13s. 

50 Honthorst, Youth plajing a violin — 33^ x 28J (Streletskie), £21. 

51 Nollekins, J., Interior of a kitchen, with figures and vegetables — 20 x 26 

(Fothergill), £10 los. 

52 Dutch School. View on the Dort, with boats and figures, panel — iSJ x 24J 

(Roos), £25 4S. 

53 Lundens, G., Two boors card-playing, panel — 10} x 8^ (Van Duren), £10 los. 

54 Saftleven, H., Landscape, with hawldng party near a ruin, panel — 27 x 34^ 

(Parsons), £29 8s. 

55 Van D}Tk School. Lady, in grey dress with slashed sleeves, seated, holding an 

orange — 29 x 24 (Leger), £4 14s. 6d. 

56 Breughel, Woody landscape, with the Madonna and Child, attended by two 

angels, in the foreground, panel — 28I x 37 (Leger), £15 15s. 

57 Romney, W. Hamilton, R.A., in red coat, bufi vest and breeches, holding crayon 

and a portfolio — 39J x 2SJ (Leggatt), £11 us. 

58 Early English School. Gentleman in bro\\'n coat, with white vest and stock — 

35 x 27 (Vicars), £21. 

59 Thielen, J. P. van, Flowers in a glass vase, in a sculptvired niche, panel — 

25 X 18 (Martin), £28 7s. 

60 Veronese, P., A princess of the Cornaro family, in dark dress with white ruff — 

30J X 26i (Fothergill), £3 3s. 

61 Heda, Oranges, fish, and objects of still life, on a table covered with a white 

cloth — ig X 26i (Leger), £42. 

62 Wouters, Johannes, The money-changers — 38J x 51J (Thompson), £21. 

63 Bles, H. Met de. The procession to Calvary, with Saint Veronica kneeling in 

the foreground, panel— 25 x 20* (Roos), £22 is. 

64 Hondius, A., Bear hunting— 25i x 35J (Lyall), £6 6s. 

65 Kauffman, A., R.A., Asleep, panel — 10 x 8i (Eades), £73 los. 

66 Zucchero, Gentleman, in dark doublet, with striped buff sleeves and black cap — 

14* X loj (Wright), £10 los. 

67 Milanese School. Head of a lady, in brown dress and jewelled cap, panel — 

13 X loj (Smitli), £23 2s. 

68 Duytz, F. de, Cupids sporting, a pair — 22?. x 28 (Bruce), £26 5s. 

69 Rubens, La Decouverte do Carlsbad par Charlo le Grand, panel — 14 x 10 

(Fermoy), £22 is. 

70 Ast, B. van. Flowers in a vase and shells on a slab, panel — 2oi x 15J (Martin), 

£23 2S. 

71 Coypel, A., Le Due de Berry as " .Adonis " — 35J x 28^ (S. T. Smith), £33 12s. 



Christie's.] January 30, 1914. 115 

72 Rubens School. Head of a man, with white rufi ; and Shipping in a breeze, 

by Vroom, panel (Dobell), £12 12s. 

73 Devis, A., A lady, of the Howard family in yellow dress seated in a landscape. 

Castle Howard iu the background — 21 x i7i (Knoedler), £21. 

74 Boucher. River scene, with water-cart and figures — 21 J x zSi (Wylde) 

£18 i8s. 

75 Gelder, De, Old man, in bro%vn cloak and cap — 2gJ X 24* (Wise), £8 8s. 

76 Kneller, Miss Elizabeth Grubbe, wife of Edward Stone, Esq., in blue dress 

■with red cloak, oval — 29 x 24 (Rudde), £ir iis. 

77 Sustermans, J., A cavalier in armour, with lace collar — 24J x 19J (Legge) 

£13 13s- 

78 Koninck, A philosopher mending a pen — 26 x 19 (Colvin), £14 14s. 

79 Houbraken, A., Lady in white, red and blue dress^23i x 17^ (Colvin), 

£8 8s. 

80 Maes, Lady in white dress, seated, playing a guitar — 40^^ x 33 (Roos), £30-95. 
8i Canaletto, View on the Grand Canal, Venice, with gondolas and figures — 

24* X 39J (Cohen), £15 15s. 

82 Ferrari, Difendcnte, Saint Jerome, panel, arched top— 25* ;c 15 (Lacey), 

£995- 

83 D'Alba, M., Saint Thomas, panel— 23 x 18 (Bell), £6 6s. 

84 Dossi, G. B., The crucifixion, panel — ji x 12 (Eades), £5 5s. 

85 Cotes, Miss Caroline Howard, in white dress with green scarf, pearl ornaments — 

35J -< 27i (MarshaU), £73 los. 

86 Raveste\Ti, Jean de .Montmorency, in black figured dress holding his gloves — 

30 X 24 (Woodward), £39 18s. 

87 Domenichino, An ecclesiastic, in dark robes, holding an open book — 38 x 28i 

(Grose), £2 2S. 

88 Van Dyck, Ph., The Madonna and Child, with Saint Elizabeth and Saint John, 

panel — 15 J x 12J (Ross), £9 9s. 

89 Francks, F., The crucifi.xion, panel — 37 x 48 (Cohen), £S iSs. 6d. 

90 Ostade, Four peasants at a window, panel — 18J x 15! (Wagner). £4 4s. 

91 French School. Death of Procris, panel — iii x 14 (WiUis), £11 iis. 

92 Early English School. Girl iu white muslin dress leaning her left elbow on a 

pedestal — 29^^ x 24! (Smith), £3 13s. 6d. 

93 Dutch School. Jacob WUlemaz Delff, the younger, ui brown dress with lace 

ruff, holding a wand of office — 35 x 27 (Roos), £12 12s. 

94 Fragonard, The lover's portrait— 14^ x n (Hood), £10 ics. 

95 Kauffman, A shepherd ; and A shepherdess, a pair, on metal, oval — 8 x 10 

(Lcger), £7 7s. 

96 Hogarth School. Guy Fawkes' day — 27* x 35J (Lacey), £6 i6s. 6d. 

97 Kneller, Lady in blue dress, holding her young child — 24 x 28J (Roos), £5 5s. 

98 Noordt, J. van. Madonna and Child, with the infant Saint John, and two 

children in a landscape, signed and dated 1695 — 47* x 41 (Lcger), £52 los. 

99 Udine, D. G. da, A lemon tree, in a large metal bowl, with a mask in front, 

unframed — 36 x 25 (Wood), £15 15s. 
100 Early EngUsh School. Mr. Golding, in dark coat with white stock, powdered 

hair — 29i x 24* (Swft), £it^ 16s. 
loi Cramaus, P., The raising of Lazarus, panel — 15^ x 2oi (Roos), £4 4s. 

102 Wyck, Battle scenes, a pair — 32 x 56 (Roos), £34 13s. 

103 Josse (of Ghent), The Mount of Olives, with the sleeping disciples in the fore 

ground, panel — 23I x i6i (Wells), £89 5s. 

104 Verkoijc, Interior, with lady, maid and market-boy, panel — 22 x 18 (Wise) 

£42. 



ii6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



105 Bruges School. An archbishop in ecc'esiastical robes, panel — 19J x isi 

(Van Duren), £8 i8s. 6d. 

106 Cranach, L., The crucifi.xion, panel — 16 x lol (Smith), £21. 

107 Fabriano, Allegretto, Madonna and Child enthroned, with saints and angels, 

panel— 171 x 8i (Wallis), £46 +s. 
loS Patinir, Madonna and Child in the clouds, with four angels, panel — 12} X 7i 

(Lawson), £18 18s. 
109 School of Giotto. Crucifixion, with the Madonna and Saint John, panel — 

14J X 7l (Bell), £11 lis. 
no Janssens, Lord William Russell, in grey cloak with white cravat — 29 X 24 

(Leger), £13 13s. 

111 Scott, S., View on the Thames at Lambeth, with the palace, boats and figures — 

23* X 37i {Gooden & Fox), £54 12s. 

112 Rembrandt, Gentleman in dark robe and large white rufi, panel — 13 x lol 

(White), £15 15s. 

113 Bruges School. Madonna in red robes and white head-dress, seated, with the 

Infant Saviour standing on her lap and embracing her with His left hand, 
panel — 42 x 30 (Smith), £110 5s. 

114 Reynolds, Lady in white dress, with pearls and blue riband in her hair — 22 x 18 

(Wilson), £44 2S. 

115 Rembrandt, Head of an old man, with brown cape, panel — 9 J X 7j 

(Dowdeswell), £157 los. 

116 Heem, De, Fruit and other objects of still life on a table — 18 x 26* (Martin), 

£11 IIS. 

117 Watteau. Une fete galante — 30 x 414 (Chalivat), £26 5s. 

118 Molenaer, K., Frozen river scene, with figures near a fortified building, panel — 

28A X 4xi (Ward), £39 i8s. 

119 Ryckaert, D., Interior, with boors smoking and merry-making, panel — 21 X sij 

(Waring), £54 12s. 

120 Uytenbroeck, M. van. Hilly landscape, with the meeting of Christ and Mary 

the sister of Lazarus, panel — 19 x 27 (Smith), £22 is. 

121 Guardi, F., Piazza of St. Mark's, Venice, with figures— 26 x 35 (Coulson), 

£52 I OS. 

122 Ostade, I. van, Tavern interior, with boors carousing, panel — 9* x 13J 

(Rudinoff), £14 14s. 

123 ."\Iorland, G., 1797, Fishermen landing fish — 24! x 29^ (Permain), £52 los. 

124 .Morland, G., 1796, Shipwi-eck on the coast, with mariners and dog — 24i x 29i 

(Permain), £50 8s. 

125 Antonissen, H. van, Shipping in a squall, panel — iSJ x 25 (Roos), £9 9s. 

126 Watteau, Garden scene, with two figures dancing to a guitar-player — 28 x 37 

(Dowell), £18 iSs. 

127 Natoire, C, Jupiter and Calisto— 28^ X 22 fAgnew), £99 15s. 

128 Monamy, P., Shipping off a town— 51 x 08 (Gooden & Fox), £25 4s. 

129 Sustermans, Youth in classical dress, holding a baton— 49i x 38 (Crome), 

£g 19s. Od. 

130 Canaletto, View at Venice, with boats and gondolas— 38 x 49 (Leger), £i6 i6s. 

131 Vclde, Van de. Naval engagement ; and Ships in a breeze — 24i x 294 (Roos), 

£29 8s. 

132 Rossi, C, The Nativity, panel ; and The Nativity, on copper (Crome). £8 8s. 

133 Clouet, Mary, Queen of Scots, in red jewelled dress, panel ; and Catherine 

Russia, writing in a book (Crome), £13 13s. 
ij4 Chiloni, View in Venice, with gondolas and figures— 17I x 13* (GlenV 
£-5 4S. 



Christie's.] January 30, 1914. 117 

135 Pesne, A., Frederick the Great in blue coat, breast-plate, and crimson cloak 

lined with ermine, holding a baton in his right hand — 54J x 41J (Sabin), 
£315- 

136 Zaganelli, Francesco, Madonna and Child, with Saint Francis, panel — 20 x 16 

(Fuschini), /|io los. 

137 Sustermans, J., Princess Claudia de Medici, wife of Archduke Leopold of Austria. 

in dark dress with jewel ornaments, standing in an apartment — 80 x 45 
(Konody), £57 15s. 

138 Giordano, Triumph of .\mphitrite — 69 x 124 (C. Davis), £63. 

139 Early English School. Lady Jerningham, wife of Sir George Jerningham, 

Bart., in white dress, with her two children — 43A x 33 (Leggatt), £14 14s. 

140 Hudson, Lady in bro\vn dress, seated with a pet dog, and Gentleman in green 

coat and white surcoat — 45 x 33 (Fothergill), £16 i6s. 



Property of Gordon B. Foster, Esq., White House, 
Carleton, Pontefract. 

PORTRAITS. 

141 Henry Bromley, Lord Montfort, in brown coat and red vest, holding a riding- 

whip — 49 X 39 (Withers), £50 8s. 

142 Lord Charles Cavendish, third son of the second Duke of Devonshire, in red 

coat and white vest, holding his hat under his arm — 49 x 39J (Leslie), 
£168. 

143 William, Second Duke of Portland, in red dress, holding his hat and glove — 

49 X 39 (Aked), £47 5s. 

144 Hon. Thomas Townshend, second son of Charles, Viscount Townshend, in 

brown dress, seated, folding a letter — 49 x 39 (Jenkins), £46 4s. 

145 Horatio Lord Walpole, in crimson coat with blue scarf, white wig — 32 x 25 

(Leslie), £50 8s. 

146 John EUinson, Esq., in blue coat and white vest and stock — 26 X sij (Pawsey 

and Payne), £29 8s. 

147 Thomas Foster, in dark coat and white vest — zgi x 24J (Withers), £18 i8s. 

148 Miss Pfiipps, in red and blue dress, oval — 28 x 23 (Somerville), £54 12s. 
148A The companion portrait (Somerville), £52 los. 

149 Killingbeck, V., 1800, Greyhounds, a pair — 44 x 63 (Withers), £23 2S. 

150 Killingbeck, V., A fox, dogs, and dead partridge — 39 x 49 (Withers), £23 is. 
131 Pietersen, Strolling musician and peasant-woman, panel — 29 x 39J (Withers), 

£6 6s. 

152 Teal, J., Fruit — 24 x 29^ (Somerville), £11 iis. 

153 Vonck, J., Dead hare and birds — 26! x 34 (Withers), £9 9s. 



Ii8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



January 30, 1914. Puttick's. 

ENGRAVINGS, ETCHINGS, &c. 

2 Old sweethearts, by James Dobie, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed remarque 

artist's proof, on vellum (Goodstein), £2 4s. 

3 Memories, by Maurice Devill, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed remarque artist's 

proof, on vellum (Hood), £1 4s. 

12 Friday, by W. Boucher, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed remarque artist's 

proof, ou vellum (Lefevre), £2 2s. 

13 Vive I'Empereur, by A. Boulard, after Francois Flameng, signed remarque 

artist's proof, on vellum (Clements), £16 5s. 6d. 

14 Midsununer night's dream, by Samuel Cousins, proof before letters, signed 

by the engraver, mezzotint (Brail), £i. 
16 The Frankland Sisters, by Stothard, after Hoppner, signed proof, mezzotint, 

in colours (Gordon), 19s. 
19 Haig, A. H., Floating Market, Stocldiolm, signed proof (Brail), 17s. 
27 The emblem, by Norman Hirst, after Frank Dicksee, mezzotint, signed artist's 

proofs ( ), £1 i2s. 

Sev-mour Haden. 

33 A railway encroachment, Kew, signed proof (Weyhe), £\ iis. 

34 Newcastle in Emlyn, signed proof (Macdonald), £1 2S. 

35 The moat house, signed proof (Brail), £1 is. 

36 Fomr cows, signed proof (Brail), £1 is. 

37 Sonning Bank, signed proof (Weyhe), £1 is. 

38 Barbel fishing, signed proof (Brail), £1 3s. 

39 Cowdray, signed proof (Weyhe), 15s. 

40 A likely place for salmon, trial proof " c," signed (Macdonald), £?. 

41 The keep, signed proof (Rimell), £2 i6s. 

42 Miss Low, by E. Tily, after Downmau, signed proof, on vellum, in colours 

(Curry), £1. 

43 Portraits of ladies, by J. Payrau, after J. Downnian, signed proof, on vellum, 

in colours, a pair (Athill), £1 4s. 

44 Countess Gower and child, by S. Cousins, after Lawrence, mezzotint (Brail), i6b. _ 

47 Marshal de Sa.xe, by J. Jacquet, after Meissonier, signed proof, on vellum 

(Graves), £3 12s. 6d. 

48 Le Liseur, by L. Ruet, after Meissonier, signed remarque proof, on vellum 

(Gordon), los. 

49 Winter, by J. Raffaelli, signed proof, in colours (Weyhe), i6s. 

71 The critic, by and after the same, signed remarque proof, on vellmii (Hood), 
£1 2S. 

Framed. 

73 The Angelus, by Waltner, alter Millet, signed proof, on Japan paper (Saward), 

I2S. 

74 Afflpxk, Andrew, Old street, Florence, signed artist's proof (Weyhe), 7s. 

75 Affleck, Andrew, Salute from the Schiavone, signed artist's proof (Weyhe), 15s. 

76 " 1805," by Jules Jacquet, after Meissonier, signed remarque proof, on vellum 

(Athill), £2 los. 
137 Kicking, Rearing, Stumbling, Running away, etc., by Sutherland, a set of six 
aquatints, in colours (Brail), £4 7s. 6d. 

139 Racehorse " Orville," by J. Scott, proof (Parker), £1 14s. 

140 Liverpool Grand Steeplechase, 1839, Plates 2 and 3, in colours (Brail), £1 los. 
142 Hunting on Mitcham Common (Rimell), £1 los. 



Puttick's.] January 30, 1914. 119 



143 Fox hunting, after Wolstenholme, a set of four, in colours (Mann), £1 14s. 
150 Baxter, Charge o( British troops, on stamped mount ( ), £1. 

153 The golfers ; A grand match played over St. Andrews links, by C. E. Wagstaff 

after Lees (Brail), £1 15s. 

154 The high mettled racer, by Hassel, after Rowlandson, in brown, a set of four 

(Slater), £5 5s. 

155 Stage waggon, by J. Baily, after J. L. A., aquatint, in colours (Slater), £1. 

156 Windsor Castle, by Sutherland, after Glendall ; and View near Richmond, 

by J. Hill, after J. Clark, aquatints, in colours (Sotheran), £5. 

157 View of Waterloo Bridge, by Stadler ; Stratford-on-Avon, by Bennet ; and 

Sandhill Park, by Orme, aquatints, in colours (Sotheran), £7 los. 
1C2 View near Henstead, in Suffolk, by W. WooUett, in colours (Sotheran), £2 2s. 
iCo Memling, Hans, The set of the altar-piece, nine chromo-lithographs, on five 

sheets (Francis), £1 ±s. 

170 John Hugh Griffith, First Lieutenant of Marines, by V. Green, mezzotint 

(Rimell), £1 6s. 

171 Charles I, by Ciartres, after Van Dyck (Forest), £1 4s. 

173 De I'Avardin, by Nanteuil, proof (Forest), £5 15s. 

174 Godfrey de Bouillon, by the same, proof (N. Davis), £3. 

175 Michael le Tellier, by the same (N. Davis), £5 los. 

176 Duke of Marlborough, by P. Van Gunst (Rimell), £3. 

177 Portrait of Abraham Langford, auctioneer, mezzotint, proof (Forest), £6 15s. 

179 Marquess of Lansdowne, by Bartolozzi, after Gainsborough, oval, in brown 

(Forest), £1 4s. 
182 View of the carriage match; by J. Bodger (Barnes), £1 4s. 

185 Duchess of Devonshire, by J. Newton, in brown (Barnes), £j 13s. 

186 Wisdom ; and Religion, by F. Bartolozzi, after Kauffman, ovals, in red (Mann), 

£4 i2s. 6d. 

187 Departure of La Fleur, by J. Watson, after H. Bunbury, circle, in red, proof 

(Barnes), £2 7s. 6d. 

180 ^Meditation, by J. K. Sherwin, oval, in colours (Mann), £2. 

190 Andromache weeping over the ashes of Hector, by W. Dickinson, after A. 

Kauffman, oval, in colours (Mann), £2 15s. 

191 Charlotte at the tomb of Werter, circle, in colours (Barnes), £3. 
193 Mrs. Dufi, by J. Agar, after Cosway (Brail), £3 3s. 

94 Sir Thos. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, after himsell, mezzotint (Forest), £1 17s. 6d. 
195 Duke of Brunswick, by P. Drevet (Clarke), 15s. 
201 Duchess of Marlborough, by R. Houston, after Reynolds, mezzotint, varnished, 

on strainer (Saward), £1 12s. 
205 The feast of Rowlandson, aquatint, in colours (Forest), £2 7s. 6d. 

207 Edward IV parting with the Duke of York, by F. Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, in 

red (Curry), £1 14s. 

208 Brighton : Union Street, by Rowlandson, in colours (White), £3 3s. 

209 Fortune teller, by J. R. Smith, mezzotint 

210 The soldier rettimcd from the war, and companion, by Nutter, after Bigg and 

Singleton, in colours, a pair (Brail), £2 los. 

211 VrniLs and dove, by Louis Bonnet, after F. Boucher, in red (Barnes), £6 6s, 

212 Nymph decorating Shakespeare's tomb, and companion, by Bartolozzi, after 

Kauffman, ovals, in colours, a pair (Mann), £11 os. 6d. 

213 Cupid wounded ; and Venus instructing Cupid, circles, a pair (Sotheran), 

£1 I2S. 6d. 

214 Beatrice ; Rosalind ; and Comedy, by Cheesman. after Westall (Clarke), 

£2 lOS. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



215 Vicar of Wakefield, by Playter and Simon, after Stothard, a pair (Clarke), 

£1 15s. 

216 Puss in favour; and Pompey under discipline, by Prattent, after Morland, a 

pair (Barnes), 19s. 
222 Shannon and Chesapeake, by Jeakes ; and View of Morea, one of the Friendly 

""( Islands, by CleveJey, in colours (Francis), £3 los. 
226 Niagara Falls, by J. Hill, after VV. J. Bennett, aquatint, in colours (Forest), 

£2 15s. 
237 View of New York, lithograph, in colours (Forest), £1 los. 
228 The Narrows from Fort Hamilton, lithograph, in colours (Forest), £1 17s. 6d. 
329 Richmond from the hill above the waterworks, by W. J. Bennett, after G. 

Cooke, aquatint, in colours, slightly damaged (Forest), £7 los. 
230 The tea tax tempest, or the Anglo-American revolution, proof (Sotheran), £1. 

Framed. 

233 'Tis my doll ; and We'll make a feast, by C. Knight, after H. Singleton, a pair 
(Brail), £1 15s. 

235 The horse feeder ; and The expected meal, by and after the same, mezzotints, 

a pair (Samuels), £1 los. 

236 Stable amusement, by and after the same, mezzotint (Boys), i8s. 

237 Benevolent cottagers, by the same, after Wheatley (Brown), £1 12s. 
239B Cupids, by Bovi, in colours, a pair ( ), £5 7s. 6d. 

239c Girl with fruit barrow, and companion, in colours, a pair ( ), £y. 

240 Shooting, after F. C. Turner, aquatints, in colours, varnished, a set of six 

( ). £2 los. 

241 Sheldon's national sports, after H. Aiken, aquatints, in colours, a set of eight 

( ), ;fi los. 



Christie's.] February 2, 1914. 



February 2, 1914. Christie's. 

Engraved Portraits after Sir J. Reynolds, Sir T. Law- 
rence, and others, the propert\^ of Bernal Bagshawe, Esq., 
the Red House, Chapel Allerton, Leeds ; Mezzotint Por- 
traits after Sir J. Reynolds, G. Romney, J. Hoppner, 
and Sir T. Lawrence ; Engravings in colours, after Morland, 
Wheatley, Bigg, and others of the Early English School, 
from different sources. 



Property of Bernard Bagshawe, Esq., The Red House, 
Chapel Allerton, Leeds. 

Unframed. 

1 Abercom, James, Earl of, after Gainsborough, by J. Dean (Savile), £5 5s. 

2 Aubrey, Sir John, after Reynolds, by J. Jones ; Wharton, Rev. T., after 

the same, by C. Hodges ; and another (Jacobs), ^3 3s. 

3 Auckland, Lord, after Lawrence, by W. Dickinson, proof ; and four others, 

after the same (Jacobs), £3 3s. 

4 Bell, Charles William, after Lawrence, by W. Barney, open-letter proof (A. 

Wertheimer), £3 13s. 6d. 

5 Beattie, D. James, after Reynolds, by J. Watson (West), £2 12s. 6d. 

6 Beavimont, Sir George, after Reynolds, by C. Hodges, first state, before any 

letters (EUis & Smith), £6 i6s. 6d. 

7 Buckingham, George, Duke of, and his brother, after Van Dyck, by J. 

McArdell (Savile), £3 13s. 6d. 

8 Burges, Ynyr, after Romney, by J. Jones (West), £1 iis. 6d. 

9 Camden, Lord, after Reynolds, in line, by J. Revenet, proof; Dnimmond, 

Archbishop, after the same, by J. Watson (West), £2 2s. 

10 Camden, Lord, after Gainsborough, stipple, by Bartolozzi, proof ; Henderson, 

WiUiam, after the same, by J. Jones (Cross), £2 2s. 

11 Canning, Right Hon. George, after Lawrence, by W. Say ; and Malmesbury, 

Earl of, after the same, by W. Ward (Rixton), £5 5s. 

12 Carnarvon, Henry, Earl of, after Gainsborough and Stuart, by W. Ward,. 

etched-letter proof (Taylor), £4 4s. 

13 Carter, Mrs., after Kneller, by J. Smith; Sahsbury, Earl of, after and by 

the same (Huggins), £4 14s. 6d. 

14 Cavendish, Lord Richard, after Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, second state 

(Ashley), £3 3s. 

15 Centurion Cornelius, The, after Rembrandt, by J. Ward (Ashley), £3 3s. 

16 Chambers, Sir William, after Reynolds, by V. Green, first state (Ellis and 

Smith), £23 2s. 

17 Cotton, Sir William, after Ramsay, by H. Meyer, proof; Cavendish, William, 

after G. Saunders, by the same ; and another (Wilson), £6 6s. 

18 Crespigny, Claude Champion, by and after J. R. Smith (Smiley), £9 19s. 6d. 

19 Downe, Lord, after Lawrence, by T. Lupton : and Eldon Lord, after the 

same, by Doo, proofs before letters (Hastie), £3 3s. 

20 Ellis, John, after T. Frye, by W. Pether ; Moyes, Henry, and Mr. Nicoll, 

after J. R. Smith, by W. Ward, proof; and two others (Cross), £4 4s. 

21 Fielder, Thomas, after M. Chamberlin, by V. Green; and Jones, John, by 

H. Meyer, proof (Cross), £6 6s. 

9 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



22 Fitzwilliam, William, Earl, after Reynolds, by J. Grozer, first state (Wise), 

£4 4S. 

23 Fortescue, Lady, after Reynolds, by J. McArdell (Savile), £5 15s. 6d. 

24 Fox, Rt. Hon. Charles James, after Reynolds, by J. Jones (Manners), £5 5s. 

25 George III, after Beechey. stipple, by B. Smith, proof before any letters 

(West), £3 3S. 

26 George III, after Reynolds, by Dickinson and Watson, first state (West), 

£6 6s. 
■27 Granby, John, Marquess of, after Reynolds, by R. Houston (West), £5 15s. 6d. 

28 Greville, Charles Francis, after Romney, by H. Meyer, proof before any 

letters (Pawsey & Payne), £5 5s. 

29 Haldaue, Robert, after Reynolds, by G. Clint ; and Chamier, Anthony, after 

the same, by W. Ward (Manners), £3 3s. 

30 Hely-Hutchinson, Rt. Hon. J., after Reynolds, by J. Watson, first published 

state (Manners), £3 3s. 

31 Hopetown, John, Earl of, after Raeburn, in line, by W. Walker, proof before 

any inscription (Matheson), £4 4s. 

32 Hume, Sir Abraham, after Reynolds, by J. Jones ; and Cardiff, Lord, after 

the same, by E. Fisher (Matheson), £2 2s. 

33 Huntley, George, Marquess of, after Van Dyck, by V. Green, first state 

(Savile), £14 14s. 
3(. James, Commodore Sir William, alter Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, first state 

(Manners), £5 15s. 6d. 
3s Kingsley, General William, after Reynolds, by R. Houston, first state (Weston). 

£3 3S. 

36 Londonderry, Marquess of, after Lawrence, by C. Turner, open-letter proof 

(Cross), £2 I2S. 6d. 

37 Lucan, Lord, after Reynolds, by J. Jones, second state (Pawsey &. Payne), 

£6 6s. 

38 Lynedoch, Thomas, Lord, after Lawrence, by T. Hodgetts, proof (Manners), 

£7 7s. 

39 Mainwaring, William, after G. Dupont, by J. Jones, first state ; and Hanway, 

Jonas, after Edwards, by R. Dunkarton, first state (Webb), £3 3s. 

40 Mason, Rev. WilUam, after Reynolds, by W. Doughty, first state (Mason), 

£3 3S. 

41 Moira, Earl of, after Reynolds, stipple, by J. Collyer, proof ; and two others 

(Mason), £4 4s. 

42 Montague, Edward Wortley, after Peters, by J. R. Smith, first state (Bade), 

£3 3S. 

43 Mudge, John, after Reynolds, by W. Dickinson ; and Dr. Bourke, after the 

same, by J. R. Smith (Eade), £4 4s. 

44 Orleans, Louis Philippe, Duke of, after Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, first state 

(Allen), £4 4s. 

45 Parr, Rev. Samuel, after Romney, by J. Jones; and two others, after the 

same (Earle), £3 3s. 

46 Vixis VI, Pope, receiving the officers of the 12th Light Dragoons, after North- 

cote, by S. W. Reynolds (Colnaghi), £23 2S. 

47 Reynolds, Sir Joshua, as President, after himself, by V. Green, engraver's 

proof (Mason), £10 los. 
4.S Richmond, Duchess of, after Lawrence, by G. R. Ward, proof ; and Crewe 

Mrs., after the same, by W. Ward, proof (Mason), £2 2s. 
49 Rockingham, Marquess of, after Reynolds, by W. Dickiason (Sahnrnd), 

£4 4S. 



Christie's.] February 2, 1914. 123 

50 Saunders, Admiral Charles, after Reynolds, by J. McArdell (Innes), £4. 4s. 

51 Smith, Sir John, after Opie, by J. R. Smith, first state ; Graves, Morgan, 

by V. Green ; and two, after Hoppner (Mason), £4 4s. 

52 Stuart, General James, after Romney, by C. Hodges (Dubbels), £2 12s. 6d. 

53 Tavistock, Marquess of, after Reynolds, by J. Watson, first published state 

(Dubbels), £2 12s. 6d. 

54 Taylor, Sir John, after J. Smart, by J. Dixon (Manners), £5 5s. 

55 Temple, Richard, Earl, after Reynolds, by W. Dickinson, second state (North), 

£4 4S. 

56 Tooke, John Home, after J. R. Smith, by W. Ward (North), £2 2S. 

57 Townshend, Right Hon. Charles, after Reynolds, by J. Dixon, first published 

state (Davis), £5 5s. 

58 Tritton, Henry, after Lawrence, by W. Say, proof ; and five others, after 

the same (Tritton), £15 15s. 

59 Wales, George, Prince of, after Gainsborough, by J. R. Smith, first state 

(Colnaghi), £21. 

60 Wandesford, Baron, and Laud, Archbishop, after Van Dyck, by J. Watson 

(Webb), £4. 4S. 

61 Wharton, Sir Thomas ; and Danby, Earl of, after Van Dyck, by V. Green 

(Manners), £6 6s. 

62 Windham, Right Hon. William, after Hoppner, by W. Say, proof before any 

letters (Manners), £3 3s. 

63 Windham, Right Hon, WilUam, after Hoppner, whole length, by S. W. 

Reynolds, engraver's proof (Vicars), £g 19s. 6d. 



Other properties. 

Un/ramed. 

64 Aime of Cleves ; General Fleetwood ; and Sir Richard Steele, by J. Houbraken. 

proofs (Pawsey & Payne), £g 19s. 6d. 

65 Lady Hamilton as " Sensibility," after Romney, by R. Earlom, open-letter 

proof (Sotheran), £5 15s. 6d. 

66 Feeding the pigs ; and the PubUc-house door, after Morland, by J. R. Smith 

and W. Ward, open-letter proofs (Ellis & Smith), £22 is. 
Cries of Lokdon, after Wheatley : — 

67 " Primroses," by Schiavonetti, in colours (Pawsey & Payne), £92 8s. 

68 " Milk below. Maids," by the same, in colours (Agnew), £65 2s. 

69 " Do you want any Matches ? " by A. Cardon, in colours (Pawsey & Payne), 

£94 IDS. 

70 " New Mackerel," by Schiavonetti, in colours (Agnew), £78 15s. 

71 " Knives, scissors and razors," by Vendramini, in colours (Beal), £63. 

72 " Duke cherries," by A. Cardon, in colours (Agnew), £71 8s. 



73 Lady EUzabeth Foster, after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Bartolozzi, in colours 

(Agnew), £131 5S. 

74 Nature (Lady Hamilton), after Romney, by J. R. Smith, first state (Ellis and 

Smith), £262 los. 

75 The Clavering children, after Romney, by J. R. Smith, title and inscriptioa 

in etched letters (ElUs & Smith), £283 los. 
Framed. 

76 Cottagers, by P. W. Tomldns, oval, in colours (F. Daniell), £42. 

77 A young lady encouraging a low comedian, after Northcote, by W. Ward, in 

colours (Beal), £294. 



124 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

78 La promenade de la Gallerie du Palais Royal, by Debucourt, in colours (Read), 

£31 IDS. 

79 Miss Frances Woodley (Mrs. Banks), after G. Romney, by J. Walker (BUis 

and Smith), £39 i8s. 

80 Lady Taylor, after Sir J. Reynolds, by W. Dickinson (Rawlins), £10 los. 

81 Lady Louisa Manners, after Hoppner, by C. Turner, proof (F. Daniell), 

£54 I2S. 

82 Countess Gower and child, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. (Wood), 

£5 5s. 

83 Master Lambton, after and by the same, proof before letters (Wood), 

£26 5s. 

84 Lady Dover and son, after Sir T. Lawrence, P.R.A., by S. Cousins (Yeulett), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

85 Countess of Blessington, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, proof (Savile), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

86 Elizabeth, Countess Grosvenor, after and by the same (Vicars), £2 12s. 6d. 

87 Nature (the Calmady children), after and by the same (Pawsey & Payne), 

£8 1 8s. 6d. 

88 Admiral Lord Nelson, after L. F. Abbott, by W. Barnard (West), £4 4s. 

89 Mrs. Jordan as " Hypolita," after Hoppner, by J. Jones, etched-letter proof 

(Ellis & Smith), £21. 

90 & 91 John Cooke, after Hoppner, by C. Turner, first state ; John Weyland, 

after S. Lane, by the same ; and Installation of the Earl of Westmor- 
land as Chancellor of the University of Oxford, after and by T. Worledge 
(Yeulett), £1 IS. 

92 Britannia : An allegorical composition, after Hamilton, by Tomkins, in 

colours ; and The principal front of the Bank, by the same (Parker), 
£5 5s. 

93 The horse fair, after Rosa Bonheur, by T. Landseer, A.R.A., artist's proof 

(Vicars), £5 5s. 

94 Weighing the deer, after F. Tayler, by T. L. Atkinson, artist's proof ; and 

another (Pawsey & Payne), £1 is. 

96 The Rutland children, after Reynolds, by Norman Hirst, artist's proof (Gooden 

and Fox), £14 14s. 

97 The witty Dorinda, in bistre (Brail), £5 5s. 

98 Buffet the bear, and Ho >p trundling, after Hamilton ; and one, by Ryder, 

oval, in bistre (Cecil), £11 os. 6d. 

99 Vauxhall, after T. Rowlandson, by R. Pollard, aquatiuted by F. Jukes 

(Rimell), £14 3s. 6d. 

100 The death of Lord Robert Manners, after Stothard, by J. K. Sherwin ; and 

two Une engravings of Belvoir Castle (Cecil), £2 los. 

101 Le Repentir Tardif, after Lavreince, by Le Vilain ; and Les Offres Seduisantes, 

after the same, by DeUgnon (Parsons), £19 19s. 

102 L'Innocence en danger, after Lavreince, by Caquet (Parsons), £9 19s. 6d. 

103 L'Heureux moment, after the same, by N. Delaunay, with A.P.D.R. (Agnew), 

£10 los. 

104 The Leicestershire covers, after H. Aiken, by T. Sutherland, a set of four, 

in colours (Ackerman), £6 6s. 

105 Shooting, after D. Wolstenholme, by D. Wolstenholme, junr., a set of four, 

in colours (Maggs), £27 6s. 

106 Coursing, after D. Wolstenholme, a set of four, in colours (Brail), £9 9s. 

107 The meet at Melton ; and The Melton breakfast, after Grant, by W. 

Humphrys and C. G. Lewis, a pair, coloured (Keine), £3 3s. 



Christie's.] February 2, 1914. 125 

108 Fox-hunting, after Dean Wolstenholme, by Sutherland, a set of four, in 

colours (Brail), £16 i6s. 

109 Queen's Square ; Grosvenor Square ; Hanover Square ; and Bloomsbury 

Square, after E. Dayes, by R. Pollard, a set of four aquatints, in coloxirs 
(Byrne), £57 15s. 
no The Bank of England ; the Royal Exchange ; and the Horse Guards, after 
Shepherd, by Ha veil and Stadler, in colours (Ellis & Smith), £24 3s. 

111 Noon, after W. Hamilton, R.A., by Bartolozzi, in colours (Beal), £21. 

112 The darling awake ; and The darling asleep, after A. Buck, by Freeman, 

a pair, in colours (Lewis & Son), £32 iis. 
ti3 Viens avec Maman ; and Viens tout sevil, after A. Buck, a pair, in colours 
(Sotheran), £24. 

114 First steps in life ; and Step by step, after the same, by Cooper and Freeman, 

a pair, in colours (Lewis & Son), £30 gs. 

115 Filial attention ; and Maternal instruction, after the same, by Meyer, a pair 

in colours (Lewis & Son), £14 3s. 6d. 

116 Awake ; and Sleep, after and by A. Freschi ; and Prayers, by Nicholls, in 

colours (Lewis & Son), £17 6s. 6d. 

117 Mother's darling, after A. Buck, in colours (Brail), £9 gs. 

118 FiUal attention; and Maternal instruction, after A. Buck, by Meyer, a pair, 

in colours (Brail), £12 12s. 

119 The Seasons, after A. Buck, by Freeman and Stadler, a set of four, in colours 

(Maggs), £54 I2S. 

120 Sophia Western, after A. Buck, by Roberts and Stadler, in colours (Sabin), 

£81 i8s. 

121 Pointers; and Setters, after J. N. Sartorius and G. Morland, by \V. Ward, 

in colours (Ellis & Smith), £63. 

122 The shepherd's meal, after G. Morland, by J. R. Smith, in colours (Bade), 

£26 5S. 

123 The cottager's wealth, after the same, by G. Keating, in colours (Eade), 

124 The warrener, after the same, by W. Ward, in colours (Beal), £131 5s. 

125 Juvenile navigators, after Morland, by W. Ward, in colours (Ball), £16 i6s. 

126 The stormy night ; and Morning after the storm, after Bigg, by W. Ward, 

in colours (Leggatt), £50 8s. 

127 The country stable, after Morland, by W. Ward ; and Rustic conversation, 

after J. Ward, by S. W. Reynolds (Brail), £19 19s. 

128 Reapers and gleaners, after H. Bunbury, a pair, in colours (Barnard) , 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

129 Marian, after Bunbur>-, by P. W. Tomkins, in colours (Jacobson), £11 iis. 

130 Children feeding chickens, after J . Russell, R.A., by P. W. Tomkins, in colours 

(Davies), £27 6s. 

131 Mrs. Jordan as " The Countrj' Giil," after G. Romney, by J. Ogbome (Taylor), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

132 The frail sisters, after J. R. Smith, by J. Hogg, open-letter proof, in bistre 

(Leggatt), £24 3s. 

133 Alinda, after and by W. Ward, in bistre (Bird), £19 19s. 

134 Ducbesss of Richmond, after Kauffman, by W. W. Ryland, proof before th • 

title, in red (Oliver), £4 14s. 6d. 

135 A girl nutting, after W. R. Bigg, by Tomkins, proof before letters, wide margin 

(Sotheran), £8 i8s. 6d. 

136 Children of George III, after Copley, by Bartolozzi, proof before letters, in 

bistre (Rimell), £9 igs. 6d. 



126 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

After Sir J. Reynolds. 

137 Marquess of Titchfield, by T. Jehner, first published state (Davis), £15 igs. 

138 Duchess of Rutland, by S. Cousins, R.A., artist's proof (Crossley), £17 17s. 

139 Duke of Cumberland, by T. Watson, first state, coloured ; and The Duke oj 

York, by J. Jones (Brail), £1 is. 

140 Miss Polly Kennedy, by T. Watson (Goodwin), £6 ^s. 6d. 

141 Mrs. Siddpns as " The Tragic Muse," by F. Haward, second state (Goodwin), 

i7 7S. 

142 Duchess of Marlborough and daughter, by R. Houston, first state (G<x)dwin), 

£9 9S- 

143 Lady Fenhoulet, by J. .McArdell, proof before the title ; and Lady Elizabeth 

Montague, by the same, proof before letters (ElUs & Smith), ^25 4s. 

144 Madame Schindlerin, by J. R. Smith, first published state (Bird), ,fio los. 

145 The Ladies Yorke, by E. Fisher, proof before all letters, and before the plate 

was cleaned (Savi'e), £iij iqs. 



February 6, 19 14. Christie's. 

The collection of Modern Pictures and Drawings, and a 
few Old Pictures of the late J. E. Reiss, Esq., 36, Cadogan 
Square, London, S.W. ; also Modern Pictures and Draw- 
ings, from other sources. 



Property of the late J. E. Reiss, Esq., 7,6, Cadogan 
Square, S.W. 

MODERN DRAWINGS. 

1 Adam, J. Denovan, R.S.A., 1878, In clover, a cartoon in black and white 

chalk — 3ii X 60 (C. Joseph), £5 5s. 

2 Allan, R. W., The market at Antibes — 20^ X i4i (Permain), £5 15s. 6d. 

3 Allingham, H., Happy days — 5i x 7 (Mitchell), jfio los. 

4 Ball, Wilfrid, i8g2. The morning meal. Delft— iij X 7i (Lichel), £1 iis. 6d. 

5 Barber, C. Burton, The adventures ot " Puncher " — 14 x 10 (Agnew), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

6 Barnard, F., Illustrations to Dickens : — Sidney Carton, Little Dorrit, Bill 

Sikes, Alfred Jingle, Mr. Pickwick, and Mrs. Gamp ; black and white 
(Maggs), £37 i6s. 

7 Barton, Rose, 1904, The old pensioner — 10 X 8| (Carroll), £4 4s. 

8 Bradley, Basil, 1883, Sporting dogs, a pair — 13^ X 9i (Bowden), £23 2S. 

9 Bradley, Basil, Head of a calf ; and Bedouins, Cairo (Joseph), £i is. 

10 Brickdale, Eleanor F., The Pied Piper of Hamelin — iSJ X 11 (Cassell), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

11 Brookes, L. Leslie, The story of the pig and the wolf, a set of eight — 9I X 74 

(Maggs), £8 i8s. 6d. 

12 Caldecott, Randolph, A lover's quarrel, a set of four — 14 x 9I (Young), 

£29 8s. 

13 Caldecott, Randolph, Every dog has his day ; and two others ; three in one 

frame, pen and ink (Young), £14 14s. 

14 Chevilliard, V., Caught in the act— 7 X 5i (WaUis), £15 15s. 

15 Chevilliard, V., The morning toilet— 7i X 5i (Walhs), £13 2s. 6d. 

16 Cox, D., Richmond, Yorkshire— 9I x 14 (Agnew), £105. 

17 Cox, D., Bolesworth Castle— 7 X loi (Kingdon), £78 15s. 



Christie's.] February 6, 1914. 127 

18 Cox, D., Near Birmingham: Milking-time — 7J x iij (Leggatt), £63. 

19 Cox, D., 1883, The Goodwins — 6J x 10 (Agnew), £33 12s. 

20 Cox, D., Knaresborough Castle — 18J x 27J (Agnew), i^b 5s. 

21 Cox, D., Crossing the brook, after J. M. VV. Turner, R.A. — 24^ y igj (Mrs. 

Weiner), )f43 is. 

22 Cox, D., Ghent — 5i X 9 (Agnew), ;fi2 12s. 

23 Cox, D., Rabbits on a moor — 6 x gj (Agnew), £27 6s. 

24 Cox, D., Coast scene ; and two views of Greenwich, three in one frame 

(Falser), £8' 8s. 

25 Dicksee, Frank, R.A., 1876, Anthony and Cleopatra — 7f X 5J (Agnew), 

£54 I2S. 

26 Doyle, R., The fairy dance ; and The witches' tower (Spencer), £5 15s. 6d. 

27 Dulac, Edmund, 1905, Old things — 9 x 8J (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

28 Fielding, C, 1829, Lake scene, with ang'ers in the foreground : Sunset — 

8 X 12 (Agnew), £89 5s. 

29 Fielding, C, UUswater — 7 X loj (Agnew), £54 i2s. 

30 Fielding, C, In the hayiield ; and Hastings, by W. Bennett (Lambert),. 

£7 17s. 6d. 

31 Fripp, G. A., Sonning from the Old Ferry — 9J x 17J (Agnew), £17 17s. 

32 Green, N. E., 1882, Lochnagar— 15 x 25* (Lambert), £6 6s. 

33 Green, N. E., The Matterhom from Zermatt — 19 X 13} (Lambert), £16 i6s. 

34 Haag, Carl, 1857, Neapolitan woman with basket of fniit — 13J- X 10 (Permain), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 

35 Harding, J. D., 1837, Merle-on- 1 he-Moselle ; and Beilstein, a jJair — 9 x 12J 

(Lambert), £3 3s. 

36 Harpignies, H., 1909, The valley of Borigo, Mentone, black chalk — 11 x i6i 

(Sampson), £8 8s. 

37 Hayes, Ed., R.H.A., 1891, Stormy weather — \\ x 9i (Gooden & Fox), 

£4 4S. 

38 Herring, J. F., sen.. Hunting; and Short weight (Babington), £6 i6s. 6d. 

39 Herring, J. F., sen., A racehorse ; and Going to the meet (Rich), £5 15s. 6d. 

40 Hine, Harry, 1897, Durham — 10 X 14 (Lambert), £5 15s. 6d. 

41 Ingouf, F. R., 1774, Head of Louis XIV: A medallion, pencil, oval — iij x 9 

(Peabody), £4 4s. 

42 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., Horses in an old stable, pen and ink ; and A boat off 

a jetty, by D. Cox, sepia (Saunders), £3 3s. 

43 Lawson, Cecil G., 1880, A river pasturc^iij x i7i (Gooden & Fox), £152 5s. 

44 Marks, H. S., R.A., Parrots ; and A blue and yellow macaw (Agnew), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

45 May, Phil, 1902, Mixe.i bathing — 9 x 7i (Young), £4 14s. 6d. 

46 May, Phil, 1901, " Why was Bill Jones made Captain ? " pen and ink ; and 

The pet dog, by Sir E. Landseer, R.A., pencil (Maggs), £3 13s. 6d. 

47 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1879, Dr. Johnson and his companions, black and 

white — 6J X 9 (Agnew), £42. 

48 Prout, S., Porch of a church in a Norman town — 12 X 8J (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£31 los. 

49 Rackham, Arthur, 1908, Puck and the fairy — 6J x loj (Sutton), £11 iis. 

50 Roberts, D., R.A., 1839, Chapel of the Convent, St. Saba — 13J X gi (King), 

£11 IIS. 

51 Salomons, E., Rue d'Horloge, Dinan ; and A frosty day, by W. MuUer (Pawsey 

and Payne), £8 8s. 

52 Solomon, Simeon, 1895, Sleepers and one that waketh — iij x i7i (Agnew), 

£3 3S. 



128 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

53 Solomon, Simeon, 1895, Orpheus ; and The winged and poppied sleep 

(Solomon), £7 7s. 

54 Solomon, Simeon, 1888, Flonun Angelus ; and Head of Judas Iscariot 

(Solomon), £2 2S. 

55 Solomon, Simeon, Hellas — 16 x 12 (Sampson), los. 6d. 

56 Stanfield, C, R.A., 1843, Low tide— 7i x 10 (Falser), £17 6s. 6d. 

57 Tenniel, Sir John, 1876, The Earl and the woodman, pencil — 6^ X 8J (Agnew), 

;ClI IIS. 

R. Thorne-Waite. 

58 The last load — 26J X 40 (Bowden), £73 los. 

59 Half-way home — 22J X 38J (Mitchell), £84. 

60 The Kentish Downs: Romney Marsh in the distance — 21J X 31* (Sampson^, 

£75 I2S. 

61 Dinnertime in the hayfield— 19J X 29^ (Cassell), £57 15s. 

62 Watering horses — 15 X 21 (Mrs. Reiss), £63. 

63 Kingley Vale — 14 X 20J (Agnew), £44 2s. 



64 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Dolbarden Tower— 11 x 7j (Wallis), £21. 

65 Turner, Bridge over a river ; and An old Abbey, by W. Hunt (Gooden and 

Fox), £21. 

66 Varley, J., Highland lake scenes — 5J x 18, a pair ( ), £2 2s. 

67 Varley, J., 1823, Eton — 5^ x 9 (Sampson), £19 19s. 

68 Vibert, J. G., La Confiance — 10 x 144 (Sampson), £n iis. 

69 Vibert, J. G., A bullfighter; and the rompanion, a pair — 9? x 6J (Fores), 

£24 3S. 

70 Ward, Leslie (" Spy "), Captain Parke Yates, master of the Cheshire hounds ; 

a drawing for a " Group of M.F.H." for Vanity Fair — 14J x gf (Bale), 
£5 15s. 6d. 

71 Ward, Leslie (" Spy"), 1887, Portrait of a young man, pencil — 14 X 9 (Bale), 

£1 IS. 

72 De Wint, P., The harvest-field : A distant view of Lincoln — 15 X 29^ (Agnew), 

£273- 

73 De Wint, P., Stream with rustic bridge and peasant — gj X i3i (Agnew), 

£18 i8s. 

74 Bradley, Basil, 1885, Spring-time on the Thames — 34 X sgi (Saunders), 

£33 I2S. 

75 Caldecott, Randolph, A meeting of shareholders : Declaration of dividend — 

7 X i2i (Huggins), £22 IS. 

76 Constable, J., R.A., Summer sunset, panel — 5 x 8 (Leggatt), £25 4s. 

77 Cox, D., 1840, Road across a common with farm-cart and figures — 8J x i4i 

(Gooden & Fox), £136 los. 

78 Cox, D., Through the forest — 17J x 13^ (Wiener), £25 4s. 

79 Fielding, C, Vessels in a breeze off Bridlington Pier — 16 X 23J (Agnew), 

£315- 

80 Frdre, Ed., 1873, Winter fuel, panel— 10 X 7i (Wallis), £16 i6s. 

81 Haquette, G., Pulling in the net— 17} X 23J (Mitchell), £3 3s. 

82 Harding, E. J., 1863, Head of a lady— 13J X iii (Rich), £2 2S. 

83 Hardy, Heywood, 1893, Hunting on wheels— 23J X i7i (Vernon), £15 15s- 

84 Hardy, Heywood, 1893, J. E. Reiss, Esq., on horseback — 23J X i7i (Davies), 

£42- 

85 Hardy, Heywood, i8gi, Lady on horseback — 25 x 20 (Davies), £37 i6s. 

86 Hardy, Heywood, 1896, Disappointment — 41! X 30} (Brightwen), £33 i2s. 



Christie's.] February 6, 1914. 129 

87 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., A Bacchante : from the artist's sale, 1896 — 26J X 21 

(Sampson), £126. 

88 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., Lindos, Isle of Rhodes — oj X 17 (Paris), £10 los. 

89 Linnell, J. T., Springtime in the woods— 25J X 30^ (Sydney), £8 8s. 

90 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1876, Mrs. Reiss, in black dress seated holding a 

book — 47 X 36J (Charles), £27 6s. 

91 Plassan, A. E., 1862, The evening prayer, panel — 12J X 10 (VVallis), £16 i6s. 

92 Poole, J., View on a Welsh river — 29! X 24 (Wiener), ^^ 5s. 

93 Rumph, P., 1868, Gathering flowers — 9I X iif (Leger), £4 14s. 6d. 

94 Rumph, P., 1869, Charity ; and The mirror, panel (Davis), £16 i6s. 

95 Shaw, Byam, The philosophers : and a Predella, panel — 9 X 9I (Sampson), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

96 Solomon, Simeon, 1893, Ariadne — 11 X isi (Solomon), £4 4s. 

97 Stanfield, C, R.A., Mew Stone, Plymouth Sound— 25J X 42 (Sampson), £21 

98 Thome-Waite, R., Changing pastures — 14 X 21 (Woods), £33 12s. 

99 Bradley, W., The sisters — 29 X 24J (Connell), £136 los. 

100 Domenichino, Saint Cecilia seated before an organ ; Cupid in the clouds above 
(a framed print by G. Shepheard sold with the picture) — 38J X 30 (Kent), 
£36 15s. 

loi Sasso Ferrato, Madonna and Child — 22J x 27^ (Andrews), £42. 

102 Gairuborough, Woody road with cart and figures — igf X 22 (C. Joseph), 

£11 OS. 6d. 

103 Gainsborough, Gentleman in brown coat with white wig, panel — 12 x 9J 

(C. Davis), £33 I2S. 

104 Hanneman, A., Gentleman in dark dress with white collar and flowing hair — 

24 X 20i (Agnew), £68 5s. 

105 Hogarth, W., Garrick in the Green-room : Garrick and Hogarth in front of 

three ladies and eight gentlemen seated in a double row, on the ground 
books and masks ; a framed print, by W. Ward, sold with the picture, 
also the key — 17| :< 23J (Frederick), £42. 

106 Janssens, C, Young girl with pale green dress and pearl ornaments, oval— 

24 X i8i (Lucas), £99 15s. 

107 Lawrence, Sir Thomas, Earl Grey ; a framed print, by S. Cousins, R.A., sold 

with the picture — iij X 9 J (Collings), £7 7s. 

108 Morland, G., A mare and foal — gi X iii (Ward), £10 los. 

109 Northcote, J., R.A., The deal-and-dumb alphabet, panel — 12 x 9} (Renton 

£12 I2S. 

no Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Edmund Burke in brown coat and vest, oval — 
29 X 24 (Cohen), £46 4s. 

111 Stone, J., Cavalier with red cloak and deep white collar, flowing hair — 29 X24 

(Pawsey & Payne), £336. 

112 Sustermans, J., Ferdinand II, Grand Duke of Tuscany, in breast-plate with 

blue scarf and lace collar — 27i X 21J (Buttery), £39 i8s. 

113 Teniers, Boors smoking, panel — 11 x 9 (Renton), £8 8s. 

114 Van Dyck, Sir A., Henrietta Maria, Queen of Charles I, in white dress with 

necklace and pearls in her hair — 23 X 17J (Dean), £1,102 los. 

115 Wilson, R., R.A., Classical river scene with castle and bridge, figures and sheep 

in the foreground — 35^ X 49 (Carroll), £44 2S. 

DRAWINGS. 

116 Prout, S., Chartres Cathedral — soj X 21 (Vaughan), £24 35. 

117 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., 1911, Close to the wind; R.A., 1912-174 x 26^ 

(Frost), £57 15s. 



I30 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

ii8 Gregory, E. J., R.A., The night before Marston Moor — 9 x si (Sampson), 

£h 145. 

119 Stock, H. J., 1880, Ferdinand and Ariel — 23 X 12J (Paris), £5 5s. 

120 Eyre, John, Chelsea Pensioners — ro x isj (Wallis), £5 5s. 

121 Sims, C, A.R.A., Tumble, froth and fun — 22 J x 18} (Gooden & Fox), ,^31103. 

122 Sims, C, A.R.A., Jack Frost— 29^ x 19^ (Wallis), ;f28 7s. 

123 Sims, C, A.R.A., The frog — 16 x loj (Agnew), £29 8s. 

124 Rossetti, D. G., 1874, Fortune — 35 x 22 (Agnew), £60 i8s. 

125 De Wint, P., Landscape with peasant and cattle, a village in the distance — 

12 X i8i (King), £68 5s. 

126 Prout, S., An old Norman well with peasant women — 13J x gi (Bowden), 

;^l6 i6s. 

127 Wimperis, E. M., 1899, A peat-bog — 13J x 20J (Gooden S: Fox), £78 15s. 

PICTURES. 

128 Vickers, A., Eton — 7J x iij (Gooden & Fox), £7 7s. 

129 Charles, J., A street in Montreuil — 15* x iij (Hood), £22 is. 

130 Charles, J., Autumn — 5 J x 9 (Houghton), £5 5s. 

131 Lucas, J. Seymour, R.A., 1878, An ambuscade: Edgehill ; R.A., 1878 — 

39 x 59 (Sampson), £44 2s. 

132 Lucas, J. Seymour, R.A., 1878, On the track — 19 x 29 (Paris), £19 19s. 

133 Beul, H. de, i86g, A shepherd and his flock on the coast — 35J x 53 (Boss), 

£22 IS. 

134 Turner, F. C, 1842, Incidents in the hunting field, a pair — 14^ X I7i (Browne), 

£8 8s. 

135 Brangwyn, Frank, A.R.A., 1893, Ships coming into port with ensign at half- 

mast — 29J X 22i (Perry), £48 6s. 

136 Herring, J. F., sen., Portrait of " Cotherstone " in a stable, panel — 7} X 9i 

(Lane), £29 8s. 

137 Verboeckhoven, E., A peasant with horse and dog, panel — gj X 8 (C. Joseph), 

£24 3S. 

138 Constable, Common scene with figures on a road, panel — 9J X i3i (Lacey), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

139 Etty, W., R.A., The bather — ^72 X 39 (Maitland), £33 12s. 

140 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1876, Canterbury meadows : A group of eleven sheep — 

23i X 35i (Barker), £120 15s. 

141 Whistler, J. M., Bleu et Violet, La Belle de Jour, panel — 6i x 4 (Knoedler), 

£273- 

142 Luker, W., In the Highlands — 19J x 31^ (Paris), £4 14s. 6d. 

143 Luker, W., 1888-92, The kill ; and A bull at home, a pair — 15 x 23J (Lambert), 

£4 4S. 

144 Parsons, Alfred, R.A., Ash trees, Cropthorne — 16J x 2oi (White), £14 14s. 

145 Dalby, J., 1856, In full cry— 18 x 24 (Mallett), £39 i8s. 

146 Constable, J., R.A., Landscape study: Sunset, panel — 4^ X 7i (Best), £6 6s. 

147 Crome, J., Wood scene with peasant woman and child, panel — 7 X 5J (Best), 

£6 6s. 

148 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., 1823, A farmstead, panel — 7 x 10 (Agnew), £10 los. 

149 Crome, J., Cottages near Hareborough in Norfolk — 10 x 12J (Ellis), £5 5s. 

150 Vincent, G., Landscape with peasant and animals at a pool — igj x i7i 

(Lacey), £7 7s. 



Sotheby's.] February 9 and 10, 1914. 13* 



February q and 10, 19 14. Sotheby's. 

Engravings relating to North America, together with 
Napol6on Portraits, the collection of an American Gentleman 
(deceased) long associated with the Embassy at London. 

PRINTS OF NAPOLEON AND RELATING TO NAPOLEON. 

r Napoleon le Grand, F. Gerard pinx., anno 1805, Augte Boucher Desnoyers 

sculp., with full margins (Sotheran), £1 3s. 
2 Napoleon le Grand, by Eugene Bourgeois (pupil of David), after David, 

engraved under David's supervision by Noel Bertrand (Maskew), £1 4s. 
9 Buonaparte, painted by R. Lefevre, 1813, grave par T. Lupton, published 

London, 1819, folio, mezzotint, proof (Sotheran), £1 6s. 
16 Buonaparte, Premier Consul, open letter, in colours (Sotheran), £1 12s. 
19 & 20 Napoleon, by Bourgeois, after David, engraved by Noel Bertrand, 

open letter proof, on India paper ; Napoleon at Malmaison, after Isabey, 

engraved by C. L. Lingee and Godefroy, proof on india paper before title, 

and before decoration on breast was added, briUiant impression, large folio 

(Maggs), £5 los. 

21 Napoleon Bonaparte, Premier Consul de la RepubUque Fran?aise, large mezzo- 

tint by W. Dickinson, after A. I. Gros (James), £10. 

22 Napoleon Premier, etc., dessine par Vanderwal, grave par Cazenave, a large 

portrait, coloured (Brail), £2. 

23 Napoleon ler, peint par L. Wolf, Membre de I'Academie Royale a Berlin, 

grav6 par F. Jiigel, pubhe le ler de Juin, 1812, large folio, coloured (Maskew), 

£i- 

28 Le General Pichegru, circular print, coloured (Sotheran), £1 7s. 
31 General Marceau, Sergent Marceau pinx. et sculp., publie le 26 Germinal, 
an VI (1798), aquatint, in colours, with full margins (Sotheran), £3 3s. 

PRINTS RELATING TO AMERICA. 
33 View of San Francisco, California, as it appeared in 1849, after Henry Firks, 
tinted lithograph, long oblong folio, with key of interesting points (Spencer), 
£3 7s. 6d. 

38 View of Boston, 1857, by C. Mottram, after J. W. Hill, large steel engraving 

(Sotheran), £1 2s. 

39 Bird's-eye view of New Orleans, i85r, after J. Bachman, large foUo coloured 

lithograph (Rylatt), £1 14s. 

47 Plan of the city and suburbs of New Orleans, from a survey by J. Tanesse, 

in 1815, with vignettes, showing the most important buildings, large foUo, 
published 1817 (Maggs), £1 4s. 

48 San Francisco, in 1849, after Geo. H. Burgess, large oblong folio chromohtho- 

graph (Sotheran), £1 2s. 

51 Broadway, New York, 1836, drawn and etched by T. Hornor, aquatinted by 

J. Hill, large folio coloured view (Spencer), £4. 

52 Federal Hall, Wall Street, and Trinity Church, New York, "1789, tinted litho- 

graph (Spencer), £6 los. 
55 San Francisco in 1850-51-52, three tinted lithographs, foUo (Leggatt), £8. 
57 View of the Hudson, West Point, coloured lithograph, folio, published by 

Haskell and Allen, Boston, n. d. (Sotheran), £1 2S. 
66 Abraham Lincoln : In Memoriam, after E. D. Grafton, in colours on metal, 

ioUo (Maggs), £2 2S. 



132 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

72 John Paiil Jones, dessine par C. J . Notte, grave par Carl Guttenberg, published 

Paris (circa 1780), (Brail), £2 6s. 
74 Paul Jones shooting a sailor who had attempted to strike his colours, etc., 

from the picture, by John Collet, printed by Carington Bowles, December 

2nd, 1779, in contemporary colours (Rimell), £6 15s. 
77 View of New York, from Brooklyn Heights, 1849, by Currier, after Palmer, 

folio lithograph, in colours (Rylatt), £12. 

79 The south prospect of the city of New York, in North America, long copper- 

plate view, published London, 1761 (Spencer), £4. 

80 Bird's-eye view of New York, Verlag v. E. L. Khng, in Tuttlingen, lithograph 

(Spencer), £1 5s. 

82 View of the Park, Fountain, and City Hall, New York, 1846, coloured litho- 

graph (Rylatt), £2 i6s. 

83 La fregate ^ Vapeur le Fulton, manoeuvrant dans la Rade de New Yorck, 

aquatint, published Paris (Rylatt), £3 7s. 6d. 

84 La frigate Americaine la Constitution, prenant la Fregate Anglaise, la 

Guerriere, le 19 Aout, 1812, by Vainest, after Stradonwort, folio aquatint, 
published Paris (Parker), £9 los. 

86 The Government House, New York, folio coloured lithograph, after an original 

drawing done in 1797, by C. Milbourne, published 1847 (Maggs), £2 ifis. 

87 Surrender of the British Army, under Comwallis, to the combined American 

and French forces at Yorktown, Oct. 19, 1781, copperplate, coloured 
impression, published at Paris (Rimell), £3 5s. 

88 Macdonough's victory on Lake Champlain ; and Defeat of the British Army 

at Plattsburg, 1814, engraved by B. Tanner, after H. Reinagle, large foUo, 
coloured impression, published Philadelphia, 1816 (Spencer), £2 6s. 

89 The" America " winning the Royal Yacht Club Cup at Cowes, Aug. 22nd, 1851, 

by T. G. Dutton, after W Brierly, large folio Uthograph, in colours, published 
Ackermann, 1851 (Leggatt), £4 7s. 6d. 

90 U.S. Frigate, United States, capturing H.B.M.'s frigate Macedonian, Oct. 

25th, 1812, after T. Birch, large folio engraving, coloured impression, 
published Philadelphia, 1815 (Spencer), £2 los. 

92 Charleston, South Carolina, very large tinted lithograph, published Smith 

Brothers & Co., London, 185 1 (Rylatt), £2 6s. 

93 Baltimore, Maryland, from Federal HiU, drawn and engraved by E. Whitefield 

(circa 1850), very large tinted lithograph (Rylatt), £1 8s. 

94 Victoria Bridge, Montreal, Canada, showing the summer and winter views, 

after W. S. Hunter, tinted lithograph, large folio, published i860 (Spencer), 
1 6s. 

95 Cozzens Dock, West Point, Hudson River, after F. F. Palmer, lithograph, in 

colours, circa 1845 (Spencr.r), £1 16s. 

96 Albany, general view, after A. Kollner, tinted lithograph, published by Goupil 

and Co., 1850 (Rylatt), 19s. 

97 View of the Federal Hall of the City of New York in 1797, after the original 

drawing by George Holland, lithograph, in colours (Leggatt), £2 2S. 

98 Panoramic view of Washington City, from the new dome of the Capitol, looking 

west, after Edward Sachse, large folio chromolithograph, published 1856 

(Sotheran), £1 i6s. 
100 Philadelphia from Camden, with vignettes, showing important buildings, 

engraved by J. Serz, folio, published F. W. Thomas & Son (Rylatt), 

£1 2S. 
103 Bird's-eye view of New York and Brooklyn, drawn by J. Bachraan, with key, 

vitry large coloured lithograph, pubhshed 1851 (Rylatt), £4. 



Sotheby's.] February 9 and 10, 1914. 133 

107 Naval battle between the American ship United States and the British ship 

Macedonian, Oct. 30th, 1812, by Kretzschmann and WornPr, text in 
German, early lithograph, folio, pubUshed Leipzig (Parker), £2 los. 

108 Schooner yacht America, 170 tons, after T. S. Robins, tinted folio Uthograph 

published Fores, London, 1851 (Leggatt), Cz. 
112 Pacific Coast Stesunship Co.'s steamer State of California, by C. R. Parsons 

folio coloured Uthograph, published 1878 (Maggs), £1 6s. 
115 Baltimore in 1752, by J. Bachman, folio tinted lithograph, with key, published 

1856 (Maggs), £3 17s. 6d. 

121 Philadelphia from Girard College, 1850, by Hill and Smith, printed by Michelin, 

very large foho lithograph (Spencer), £1 4s. 

122 Philadelphia from Camden, 1850, by Hill and Smith, very large folio tinted 

lithograph (Rylatt), £2 4s. 

126 Panorama of Manhattan Island, city of New York and environs, drawn by 

John Bomet, very large folio lithograph in colours, with key, published 
1854 (Kashnor), £3 3s. 

127 City of New York from Union Hill, New Jersey, by J. Bomet, foUo tinted 

lithograph, pubUshed 1853 (Rylatt), £4 5s. 

128 New York, drawn by C. Bachman, large foUo coloured lithograph, published 

1850 (Rylatt), £3 los. 

130 New York and Brooklyn, by Muller, after Simpson, folio lithograph in colours 

(Rylatt), £1 los. 

131 Rare old Dutch map of Nieuw Nederlandt, Nieuw Engelandt, Pennsylvania, 

Virginia, etc., with curious view of Nieuw Yorck (Nieuw Amsterdam), 
by Justo Danckers, foUo, coloured impression (Stevens), £4 4s. 

132 Rare old Dutch map of Novi Belgii, by T. C. Letter, with large view of Neu 

Jorck, large foUo, coloured impression (Sabin), £4 2s. 6d. 

133 Panorama of New York and vicinity, by J. Bachman, large folio tinted Utho- 

graph, pubUshed Philadelphia, 1868 (Rylatt), £2 6s. 

135 Battle at Bunker's Hill, near Boston, painted by John TrumbuU, engraved by 

J. G. Muller, with outUne key, pubUshed London, March 1798 by A. C. de 
Poggi (Sotheran) £4 15s. 

136 Death of General Montgomery at Quebec, by Trumbull and Clemens, with 

key, companion print to the above (Parker), £2 i8s. 

137 Ottawa City, Canada West, by E. Whitefield, large coloured Uthograph (circa 

1849) (Maggs), £4 4S. 

138 Kingston, Canada West, by E. Whitefield, large Uthograph, in colours (circa 

1849) (Maggs), £4 4S. 
140 View of Sutter's Mill and Culloma Valley, California, by John T. Little (circa 

1849), tinted Uthograph, large foUo (Maggs), £2 8s. 
14J View of the City of San Francisco, 1859, drawn by E. Camerer, Uthograph by 

Kuchel and Dresel, large foUo Uthograph (Maggs), £3. 
142 Washington receiving a salute on the field of Trenton, engraved by WilUam 

Holl, after John Faed, R.S.A., large folio, published New York, 1865 

(Leggatt). £1 7s. 

151 New York from heights near Brooklyn, by W. G. WaU, engraved by J. Hill, 

large foUo aquatint, in colours, with fuU margins, pubUshed New York, 
1828 (Garrett), £25. 

152 Panoramic view of New York (taken from the North River), drawn, engraved, 

and pubUshed by Robert HaveU, Sing Sing, New York, 1844, long foUo 
aquatint, in colours (Garrett), £32. 



134 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

153 Panoramic view of New York (taken from the East River), companion to No. 

152, painted and engraved by Robert Havell, long folio aquatint, in colours 
(Brinckmann), £5. 

154 ]ean Sullivan, Major-General d'Armee des XIII Provinces unies en Am^riqoe, 

peint par A. Campbel k Williambourg en Virginie, se vend k Londres chez 

Thom. Hart, 410, mezzotint (Sotheran), £3 15s. 
159 Le General Lafayette, Mme. Meyer del., Boutran sculpt., in colours, published 

Paris (circa 1800), (Leggatt), £4. 
i5o George Washington, Esq., late President of the United Sates of America, 

C. G. Stuart pinxt., W. Nutter sculpt., London, published by R. Cribb, 

1799, stipple, with the face in colours (Spencer), £3 5s. 

165 West Point, New York, by W. G. Wall, engraved by J. Hill, large folio coloured 

aquatint, published by Megarey, New York, circa 1835 (Sotheran), £9 5s. 

166 Montreal, Canada. The complete set of Sproule's six views, comprising 

Place d'Armes, View of Montreal from Saint Helen's Island, View of the 
harbour, Notre Dame Street, St. James' Street, View of the Champ de Maurs • 
R. A. Sproule delt., W. L. Leney sculp., coloured impressions, with full 
margins, published by A. Bourne, Montreal, 1830 (Clowes), £41. 

171 Commodore Hull, U.S.A., Commander of the frigate Constitution (battle of 

the Constitution and Guerriere, 1812), mezzotint, in colours (Parker), i8s. 

172 A view of the City of Montreal and the River St. Lawrence, E. Walsh, 49th 

Regt. delin., engraved by John Black, aquatint, in colours (Brinckmann), 
£10 los. 
178 'Massacre of the American prisoners in Dartmoor Prison, April 6th, 1815, 
engraved by D. C. Hitchcock, coloured plan, published District of Penna, 
1845 (Maggs), £1 6s. 

190 Field-Marshal the Duke of Wellington, painted by J. M. Wright, engraved 

by G. Maile, aquatinted by D. Havell, fine folio aquatint, in colours, pub- 
lished Nov. 22nd, 1814 (Lindow), £1 2S. 

191 CoUege Green, Dublin, by T. S. Roberts, engraved by R. Havell & Son, large 

folio aquatint, in colours, published Dublin, 1816 (Sotheran), £1 los. 

193 Louis XVIII, Roi de France et de Navarre, dessine et grav6 par Th. Sauv6 

Eleve de Mr. David, large folio stipple, in colours (Sotheran), £1 12s. 

194 Prepanning {sic) a recruit ; and Recruit deserted, by G. Morland, termine par 

Aug. Ic Grand d'apres G. Keating, stipples, in colours, large folio (Spencer) . 
£ii- 

195 Evening, or the post boy's return, G. Morland pinx., D. Orme sculp., stipple, 

pubhshed January ist, 1796 (Lindow), £3 ss. 
197 A boy returning from fishing, Barcker pinx., F. Gaugain sculp., stippte, in 

colours, folio (Lindow), £4 5s. 
199 Paul I granting liberty to Genl. Kosciuszko, Henry Singleton pinxt., James 

Daniell sculp., large folio mezzotint, published March 25th, 1798 (Sotheran), 

£2 2S. 
201 La mere bien aimee, peint par J. B. Greuze, gravte par Massard, 1775, with 

signatures of painter and engraver on back, large folio (Sotheran), £2 2s. 
202 A John Abernethy, Esq., F.R.S., after Sir T. Lawrence, Wm. Bromley, proof 

on india paper, published June 4th, 1827 (Meatyard), £1 8s. 
203 Sir Astlcy Pastou Cooper, J3t., F.R.S., after Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A.. 

by Samuel Cousins, folio mezzotint, published January ist, 1830 (Meatyard), 

£1 12s. 



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204 Sophie [Lady Hamilton], by J. B. Pa yen, stipple, in colours, full margins 
(Sotheran), £3 los. 

206 The wood boy. Barker pinx., Bonnefoy sculp., stipple, in colours, folio, published 

May ist, 1802 (James), £1 17s. 

207 Georges Canning, in colours (Spencer), £1 13s. 

209 Girl gathering mushrooms, after R. Westall, R.A., b> G. Venzo, in colours, 

with full margins (Lindow), £1 los. 
-219 Marie Antoinette d'Autriche, Reine de France, Mda. la Mise de Brehan pinx.. 

Murphy sculp., folio mezzotint, published Boydell, April ist, 1795 (Sotheran) 

£i los. 
226 Le rendezvous, point par Baudouin, grave par I. Neidel, 1794, aquatint, in 

brown (Spencer) £2 i6s. 
231 Mansion House, Royal Exchange, Admiralty, and Foundling Hospital. 4 

aquatints, coloured, published May 21st, 1792, S. W. Fores, Piccadilly 

(Sotheran), £1. 

238 The Most Noble Arthur Marquess of Wellington, K.B., etc., painted by Robert 

Home, Calcutta, engraved by J. C. Easting, late pupil of C. Turner, folio 
mezzotint, published January ist, 1813 (Lindow), £1 2s. 

239 Vue de Braubach et du Chateau Liebeneck au Rhin, E. Frisch pinx., grave 

par J. Hormann, large foHo aquatint, coloured (Spencer), £1. 
242 Set of four hunting scenes (Hunting the lion, stag, bear, and wild boar), by 
V. Adam, large folio lithos, coloured (Maggs), £2 2s. 

245 Highgate, London, drawn by A. Pugin, engraved by J. Hill {ciicn 1812), 

aquatint, in colours, folio (Sotheran), £4 i8s. 

246 Quebec and Surveilante (engagement of), painted by R. Dodd, engraved by 

Rob. Pollard, folio, published 1781 (Parker), i8s. 

247 The town of Greenock, drawn by J . Clark, aquatint, in colours, folio, published 

by Smith & Elder, 1824 (Sotheran), £2. 

248 \'uc du Palais du Prince de GaUes Regent, dessine par Courvoisier, grave par 

Dubois, coloured, with full margins, folio (Spencer), i8s. 
251 La Chasse au Cerf, dessine par Huet, grave par Duthe, and La Chasse au Renard 

dessine par Huet, grave par Duthe, a pair, stipples, in colours (Spencer), 

f6 15s. 
.252 The chaie : and The death of the fox, J. Seymour pinx., T. Burford feet., 

mezzotints, coloured, folio (Sabin), £5 ids. 

259 Vuc de Liverpoole, Gameray pinx., Himely sculp., aquatint, printed in colours, 

folio, with full margins (Parker), £r i8s. 

260 Vue de la tour de Londrcs, GendeU del., Himely sculp., folio, aquatint, in 

colours, with full margins (Sotheran), £1 6s. 

261 The town of Dundee, by J. Clark, aquatint, in colours, with full margins, 

published by Smith, Elder & Co., 1824 (Sotheran), £2 4s. 

262 Vue de la Ville d'Inspruck, Ronck pinx., F. Freeh sculp., folio, aquatint, in 

colours (Maggs), £2 2s. 

263 Vue de la Ville de Botzen, Ronck pinx., F. Freeh sculp, folio, aquatint, in 

colours (Weyhe), £2. 
273 Vue de Coblence, etc., dessine par Schulz, aquatint, in colours, large folio 

(Sotheran), £2 los. 
'274 Vuc de Biugen, etc., dessine par Schulz, aquatint, in colours, large folio 

(Sotheran), £2 6s. 
276 The city of Londonderry, Ireland, large folio, lithograph, in colours, published 

Philadelphia (Sotheran), £1 6s. 
378 Funeral of the Duke of Wellington, after Haghe and Picken, lithograph, in 

colours, large foUo, published April 30th, 1853 (Col. Sears), £1. 



136 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

288 De Scheeps Bouwmeester (The shipbuilder), after Rembrandt, engraved 

by C. H. Hodges, 1802, in colours (Clayton), £70. 
290 A meeting of creditors, J. Boyne del., T. Miller sculp., large folio, stipple, 

in colours (Weyhe), £1. 



February lo, 1914. Christie's. 

Etchings and Engravings, by the Old Masters ; Etchings 
by J. M. Whistler, Sir F. Seymour Haden, and A. H. Haig ; 
and Modern Artists' Proof Etchings and Engravings. 

Unframt:d. 

1 Wierix, The Brothers, Saint Francis, Saint Michael, and twenty-three other 

etchings (Colnaghi and Obach), £4 4s. 

2 Visscher, C, An Interior, with peasants ; Three peasants drinking ; and 

another (Colnaghi and Obach), £1 los. 

3 Callot, J., Gipsies, beggars, and eighteen others; and nimitrous engravings, by 

Delia Bella and others, a parcel (Colnaghi and Obach), £6 6s. 

4 & 5 Les chanteurs, and eight other woodcuts, by Vallottin ; the Life school 

at the Royal Academy, four impressions ; and four others. A Concert of 
birds, after M. di Fiori, by R. Earlom ; Rembrandt's Mill, after Rembrandt 
by C. Turner ; and two others (Colnaghi &. Obach), £1 is. 

6 Pomona, after A. Kauffman, by Bartolozzi ; Head of Christ, by the same, 

in colours ; and seven engravings, by R. Strange and others (Parker), 
los. 6d. 

7 La Nuit, etching by F. Chaigneau ; nine etchings, by Daubigny ; two ditto, 

by Corot ; and twenty-two other etchings of the French school (Van 
WisseUngh), £7 7s. 

8 Benevolence, after Rowlandson, by S. Aiken ; thirty-one caricatures, by 

Rowlandson and others, in colours ; and twenty-six others (Spencer), 
£4 lOS. 

Framed. 

9 Sununer ; and Winter, ovals, in colours (Sabin Jewell), £23 2S. 

10 Fire ; and Water, after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, one proof, in colours (Davis), 

£17 17s. 

11 Muscipula ; and Felina, after Reynolds, by Jones and CoUyer, open letter 

proofs, in bistre (Sotheran), £5 15s. 6d. 

12 Lady Jane Dundas, after Hoppner, by Bartolozzi, engraver's proof (Parsons), 

£3 3S- 

13 The fish shop ; and The poultry shop, after Snyders, by R. Earldom, proofs 

before letters (Vaz Dias), £5 5s. 

14 A Dutch interior, after Metsu, by J. Watson, first state (Colnaghi), £8 i8s. 6d. 

15 A Burgomaster, after Rembrandt, by R. Houston, first state ; and Jan Six, 

after and by the same (Bailey), £39 i8s. 

16 La Vierge aux rochers, after L. da Vinci, by Desnoyers, proof bt-fore letters ; 

and The fight for the standard, after the same, by Edelinck (Colnaghi), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

17 Hans Beham, The Prodigal feasting ; The coat-of-arms ; and The lovers 

(Colnaghi), £6 6s. 
j8 The Master LB., Frieze of Bacchanal children ; an Arabesque, by L. van 
Leyden ; and two etchings, by Wierix (Colnaghi), £5 15s. 6d. 



Christie's.] February lo, 1914. 137 

19 Hollar, W., Queen Anne Boleyn ; Lord Denny, after Holbein ; Venus and 

cupid, by Marc Antonio ; and two others (Colnaghi), £4 14s 6d. 
Rembrandt. 

20 View of Amsterdam (Gutekunst), £44 2s. 

21 Dr. Faustus (Colnaghi & Obach), £24 3s. 

22 Jacob lamenting the supposed death of Joseph (Gutekunst), £■!! iis. 

23 Christ and the woman of Samaria ; a Jews' synagogue ; and Young woman 

reading (Colnaghi), £14 14s. 



24 Diirer, A., Saint Jerome in his cell (Gutekunst), £'3 13s. 6d. 

C. ViSCHER. 

25 The Ratcatcher ; and Strolling musicians, after Ostade, proofs (Maggs), £8 8s. 

26 The Pancake woman ; and An interior, with two peasants, proof (Maggs), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

27 Gellius de Bouma ; and The Poet Vondel (Gutekunst), £7 7s. 

28 His own portrait, first state ; Head of an old woman, ditto ; and Helena de 

Sieveri (Bond), £3 13s. 6d. 

29 The Concert, after Brouwer, first state ; and three others (Dunthome), £10 los. 



30 Nanteuil, R., J. B. Steinbergen ; Rubens, by P. Pontius; and Sir Thomas 

Fairfax, by Faith ome (Bond), £4 14s. 6d. 

31 Lucas, D., Wcj-mouth Bay, after Constable, engraver's proof (Leggatt), 

£6. 

32 Turner's Liber Studiorum, near Blair Athol, first published state (Rimell), 

£12 IS. 6d. 

33 Turner's Liber Studiorum, Little Devil's Bridge, second published state ; 

Proofs and Cephalus ; and Norham Castle (W. Ward) £S 8s. 

34 Palmer, Samuel, The early ploughman ; The full moon ; and Sunrise (Colnaghi), 

£11 IIS. 

35 Palmer, Sanmel, The herdsman, trial proof ; and The bellman, remarque proof 

(Ward), £17 17s. 

36 A\'histler, J.M., Black Lion WTiarf (Colnaghi & Obach), £q 9s. 

37 Whistler, J.M., Tysack, Whiteley & Co. (Colnaghi & Obach), £g gs. 

38 Whistler, J. M., La Marchande de moutarde, second state (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£5 5s- 

39 Meryon, C, Rue des Toiles, Bourges, first state (Gutekunst), £5 15s. 5d. 

40 Engravings (nine) of subjects from the Liber Studiorum of J. M. W. Turner, 

R.A., including the Title-page, by Sir F. Short, R.A. (Lang), £6 6s. 

41 Affleck, A.F., The monastery of St. Jerome, Belim, Lisbon (Parsons), £1 los. 

42 Brangwyn, F., Santa Maria through the rigging (Taylor), £19 19s. 

43 Brangwyn, F., Santa Maria from the street (Taylor), £16 i6s. 

43 Brangwyn, F., The Bridge of Sighs, Venice (Colnaghi & Obach), £39 i8s. 

46 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, A sunset in Ireland, trial proof (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£63- 

47 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Egham Lock, second state (Gifford), £10 los. 

48 Jacques and the wounded stag ; and Castle Acre Priory, after J. Constable, 

R.A., by D. Lucas, proof (Parsons), £1 is. 

49 -A windmill, near Colchester ; and Flatford, Suffolk, after and by the same, 

proofs (Vicars), £11 os. 6d. 

50 View on the Orwell ; and Hampstead Heath, after and by the same, proofs 

(Leggatt), £11 OS. 6d. 

51 A mill ; and Cottage in a cornfield, after and by the same, ditto (Maggs), 

£6 6s. 



138 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

52 La Surprise, after Dubuffe, by S. Cousins, R.A., proof before any letters, 

(Maggs), ^21. 

53 Miss Bingham, after Sir J. Reynolds, by Cousins, artist's proof (Colnaghi), 

£14 145. 

54 Miss Peel, after the same, by S. Cousins, R.A. (Parsons), £1 is. 

55 Master Lambton, after and by the same (Jewell), £7 7s. 

56 Mrs. Thornton, after Lawrence, by H. Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof (Vicars). 

£2 2S. 

57 The strawberry-girl, after Sir J. Reynolds, by Cousins, engraver's proof 

(Frost and Reed), £12 12s. 

58 The monarch of the glen, after Sir E. Landseer, by T. Landseer, artist's proof 

(Leggatt), £15 15s. 

59 Le Guide, after J. L. E. Meissonier, by A. Jacquet, remarque proof (Tooth), 

/14 14s. 

60 Les Renseignements, after and by the same, ditto (Tooth), £12 12s. 

61 Marshall Sa.xc, after the same, by J. Jacquet, ditto (Klackner), £5 5s. 

62 " 1806 " after Meissonier, by J. Jacquet, remarque proof, on velhun (Carpenter), 

£11 IIS. 

63 Saving the guns at Maiwand, after Lady Butler, by G. D. Giles, remarque 

proof (Carpenter), £2 12s. 6d. 

64 The night-watch, after Rembrandt, by C. Waltner, remarque proof (Berrj'), 

£17 17s. 

65 I'he horse fair, after Rosa Bonheur, artist's proof (Lefevre), £9 gs. 

66 Miranda, after Hoppner, by Sydney E. Wilson, artist's proof (Burt), £14 14s. 

67 The Ladies Waldegrave, after Reynolds, by the same, artist's proof (Burt), 

£15 4S. 6d. 

68 The Countess Gower and child, after Lawrence, by E. Jowett, in colours 

(Frost & Reed), £7 7s. 
60 The Earls of Bristol and Bedford, after Van Dyck, by Laguillermie, artist's 
proof (Agnew), £12 12s. 

70 The morning walk, after Gainsborough, by A'. Mathey, artist's proof (Coke), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

71 & 72 The Countess of Oxford, after Hoppner, by R. S. Clouston ; and The 

age of innocence, after Reynolds, by the same, artist's proof. Lady 
Stormont, after Romney, by T. G. Appleton, artist's proof (Agnew), 
£1 lis. 6d. 

73 The Coimtess of Me.xborough, after Hoppner, by T. G. Appleton, artist's proof 

(Agaew), los. 6d. 

74 Mrs. Coussmaker, after Hoppner, by N. Hirst, artist's proof (Andrewes), 

£6 1 6s. 6d. 

Untrnniccl. 

75 Mrs. Parkyns, after Hoppner, by Norman Hirst, artist's proof (Yeulett), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

76 Miss Frognal Dibdin, after and by the same, ditto (Gooden & Fox), £3 3s. 

77 Lady Maria Conyngham, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Norman Hirst, artist's 

proof (James), £3 13s. 6d. 

78 Miss Adelaide Tayne, after Hamilton, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof 

(James), £4 14s. 6d. 

79 Mrs. Irving Boswell, after Sir H. Raeburn, by Norman Hirst, artist's proof 

(Le!;gait), £5 5S. 

80 Miss Constable, after Romney, by Norman Hirst, artist's proof (Anstey), 

£4 14s. 6d. 



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81 Lady Boughton, after and by the same, artist's proof (Agnew), £3 13s. 6d. 

82 Children playing at soldiers ; and Blind man's buff, after G. Morland, by C. R. 

James, a pair, artist's proofs, in colours (Cross), £9 gs. 

83 The Ladies Waldegrave, after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. E. Wilson, artist's proof, 

in colours (Vicars), £12 12s. 

84 Mrs. Hallett, after Gainsborough, by the same, ditto (Vicars), £8 8s. 

85 Mrs. Sheridan, after and by the same, ditto (Vicars), £10 los. 

86 The Hon. Mrs. Graham, after and by the same, ditto (Vicars), £8 8s. 

Framed. 

87 Lady Anno Culling Smith and children, after Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater, 

artist's proof (Colnaghi), £15 15s. 

88 The daughters of Sir Thomas Frankland, after and by the same, artist's proof 

(Agnew), £21. 

89 Lady Wrottesley, after the same, by Norman Hirst, artist's proof (Agnew), 

£15 15s. 

90 The Hon. Theresa Parker, after Sir J. Reynolds, by Norman Hirst, artist's 

proof (Bradshaw), £3 3s. 

91 The Rutland children, after and by the same, artist's proof (Agnew), £14 3s. 6d. 

92 Lady Cunliffe Ofifley, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's 

proof (Rich), £8 Ss. 

93 Pinkie, after the same, by Norman Hirst, artist's proof (Agnew), £21. 

94 Mrs. Home Drummond, after Sir H. Raeburn by Scott Bridgwater, artist's 

proof (Colnaghi), £14 14s. 
9t The Countess of Warvvick and children, after G. Romney, by J. B. Pratt, 
artist's proof (Rich), £21. 

96 Lady Forbes, after the same, by Norman Hirst, artist's proof (Agnew), £8 Ss. 

97 Lady Poulett, after Romney, by Norman Hirst, artist's proof (Newton), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

98 Miss Linlcy and her brother, after and by the same, artist's proof (Agnew), 

£21. 

99 The young cottager, after and by the same, artist's proof (Agnew), £10 los, 
100 The Patterson children, after Sir H. Raeburn, by Norman Hirst, artist's proo, 

(Amor), £12 IS. 6d. 
loi Nina, after Greuze, by S. E. Wilson, artist's proof (Bird), £3 13s. 6d. 

102 Miss Harriet Welwood, after W. Dyce, by T. H.Crawford, artist's proof (Bird), 

£1 us. 6d. 

103 Miss de Vismes, by E. Gulland, artist's proof, in colours (Bird), £9 9s. 

104 The Oddey children, after Hoppner, by H. Macbeth-Raeburn, in colours (Rich), 

£12 IS. 6d. 

105 The Arkwright children, after Wright, of Derby, by L. Busidre, a pair, artist's 

proofs, in colours (Graves), £12 12s. 

106 Lady Wrottesley, after Hoppner, by Norman Hirst, artist's proof (Agnew), 

£15 15s. 

107 Lady Waldegrave, after the same, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof (Harries), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

108 Lady Louisa Manners, after the same, by Norman Hirst, artist's proof ( Harries), 

£2 2S. 

109 The daughters of Sir Thomas Frankland, after the same, by Scott Bridgwater, 

artist's proof (.^gnew), £21. 
no Nutting, after Gainsborough, by A. Mathey, artist's proof (Harries), £2 2S. 
Ill Georgina, Duchess of Devonshire, after the same, by P. J. Arendsen, artist's 

proof (Harries), £2 2s. 



I40 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

112 Lady Ligonier, after the same, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof (Harries), £3 3s. 

113 The Misses Carteret- Hardy, after Sir T. Lawrence, by J. B. Pratt, artist's 

proof (Harries), £4 4s. 

114 Lady Beauchamp, after the sanie, by J. C. Webb, artist's proof (Harries), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

115 Miss Frances Woodley (Mrs. Bankes), after G. Romney, by Scott Bridgwater, 

artist's proof (Gooden & Fox), £6 i6s. 6d. 

116 Mrs. de Crespigny, after the same, by Will Henderson, artist's proof (Spier), 

£4 4S- 

117 Lady Hamilton, as " A Shepherdess," after the same, by T. G. Appleton, 

in colours (Amor), £3 3s. 

Unframed. 

118 & 119 L'Angelus, after J. F. Millet, by F. Jacque ; A sower, after the same, 

by G. Grieux ; and The day's work done, after Jules Breton, remarque 
proofs. The golden stairs, after Sir E. Burne-Jones, by F. Jasinski ; 
Invocation, after Lord Leighton, by J. D. Miller, artist's proofs (Frost 
and Reed), £3 13s. 6d. 

120 Day's dying glow, after J. Farquharson, by Sir F. Short, artist's proof, and 

another (Dunthorne), £9 19s. 6d. 

121 At evening time, after Leader, by B. Debaines, artist's proof (Agnew), £7 7s. 

132 A lady with fan, after Rembrandt, by Arendsen, remarque proof ; and the 

Burgomaster Six and his mother, after and by the same, presentation 
artist's proofs (Agnew), £2 2s. 

133 Clarissa, after Millais, by Laguillermie, remarque proof ; Richaert, after 

Van Dyck, by C. Waltner ; and another (Vicars), £2 2s. 

124 Master Lambton, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Waltner, remarque proof ; and 

Queen Victoria, after A. Forestier, by A. Mathey, ditto (Waite), £1 irs. 5d 

125 Cynthia, after F. Dicksee, R. A., by J. D. Miller ; Letty, after Lord Leighton, 

by the same ; and two others, by the same, artist's proofs (Vicars), £5 rjs. 5d 

126 Albina, Lady Cumberland, after Romney, by M. Cormack, artist's proof ; 

and Innocence, after Greuze, by T. G. Appleton, ditto (Vicars), £3 3s. 

127 & 128 The Countess of Mexborough after Hoppner, by T. G. Appleton, 

artist's proof. " Willows whiten, aspens quiver," after Keeley Halswell 
by Brunet- Debaines, artist's proof ; Windsor, after K. Heffner by the same, 
ditto ; and three others (Leggatt), £3 3s. 
129 & 130 Driving geese, Cookham, after F. Walker, by Foster, artist's proof ; 
The cast shoe, after Mason, by R. W. Macbeth, ditto ; and two others. 
The Gate of Venice, etching by T. Moran ; Giotto's Tower, ditto by A. W. 
Rimington ; a mezzotint, after A. East, R.A., by F. Short, R.A. ; and four 
others (Klackner), £4 los. 

131 A ferry inn, by R. W. Macbeth ; a nymph surrounded by cupids, after W. 

Bouguereau, artist's proof ; and seven others (Amor), £2 12s. 6d. 

132 The surrender of Breda ; and The tapestry weavers, after Velasquez, by R. W. 

Macbeth, proofs (Ward), £1 is. 

Framed. 

133 Harvesting, after Jules Breton, by L. Dautrey ; and one after P. Tarrant, by 

A. Monzies (Amor), £1 is. 

134 & 135 Portraits of a courtier and lady, after J. Pottitt, by C. P. Slocombc, 

a pair, on satin. The widow's birthday, after Dendy Sadler, by Gaujean ; 
and another, after the same by L. Lowe, artist's proofs (Amor), £& 8s. 
136 The plough, after F. Walker, A.R.A., by Macbeth ; and The harbour of refuge, 
after and by the same, artist's proof (Agnew), £3 13s. 6d. 



Christie's.] February lo, 1914. 141 

137 A pastoral symphony, after G. Mason, by R. W. Macbeth, artist's proof ; and 

another (Ward), f,^ 14s. 6d. 

A. H. Haig. 

138 Views of the chancel, Tarragona Cathedral (Klackncr), £5 15s. 6d. 

139 The interior of Burgos Cathedral (Tooth), £67 4s. 

140 Limberg on the Lahn : The Cathedral of St. George (Deighton), £7 17s. 6d. 

141 The interior of Toledo Cathedral (Dunthome) £27 6s. 

142 The same (Tooth), £27 6s. 

143 The Basilica of St. Giles at Aries, unframed (Dunthome), £6 6s. 

144 The cloisters, Burgos Cathedral ; St. Maria de Capitol, Cologne ; and Towing 

in the prize, Wisby, ditto (Dunthome), £2 2s. 

J. L. E. Meissonier. 

Uniramcd. 

145 Napoleon et son Etat Majors, by Coppier, remarque proof ; La halte, by L. 

Margelidon, ditto ; and La halte, by F. Jasinski, ditto, signed by the 
painter (Hill), £7 7s. 

146 The painter, by F. Focillon ; The poet, by Jean Vybond ; and The reader, 

by A. Boilot, remarque proofs (Wylie), £2 12s. 6d. 

147 Le furaeur, by J. Jacquet ; Breakfast, by ChampoUion ; and another, re- 

marque proofs (Amor), £1 15s. 

148 L'Homme a la lenfetre, by P. Le Rat, remarque proof, two impressions (Tooth), 

£13 13s. 

149 & 150 Polichinelle a la rose, by L. Monzies, remarque proof, on satin, signed 

by the artist. Chess-players, by A. Mathey, remarque proof ; and Di- 
manche, ditto (Waite), £2 12s. 6d. 

151 Le dragon, by A. Boulard, remarque proof (Tooth), £2 2S. 

152 Generals in the snow, by E. Boilvin, ditto (Tooth), £21. 

153 Les renseignements, by A. Jacquet, ditto (Tooth), £10 10s. 

154 Le guide, by A. Jacquet, ditto (Tooth), £21. 

Framed. 

155 Le voyageur, by A. Boulard, remarque proof (Tooth), £13 13s. 

156 Post horses, by L. Monzies, remarque proof, signed by the painter (Tooth), 

£19 19s. 

157 Generals in the snow, by E. Boilvin, remarque proof (Tooth), £22 is. 

158 Piquet, by A. Boulard, remarque proof, signed by the painter (Tooth), £19 19s. 

159 The guitar player, by H. Vion, ditto (Tooth), £11 os. 6d. 

160 Sous le balcon, by A. Gilbert ; and another, by the same, remarque proof 

(Amor), £6 6s. 

161 Le guide, by A. Jacquet, remarque proof (Tooth), £22 is. 

162 Jena (1806), by J. Jacquet, ditto (Tooth), £30 9s. 



142 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 13, 191 4. Christie's. 

Modern Pictures of the British and Continental Schools, 
the property of the late Henry Mungall, Esq., Gattonside 
House, ]Meirose, and 20, Royal Terrace, Edinburgh ; 
Modern Pictures and Drawings, the property of the late 
Walter Archibald Clark, Esq., i, Thurloe Court,. Chelsea, 
and 12, Onslow Square, S.W. ; and from other sources. 



Property' of the late Henry Mungall, Esq., Gattonside 
House, Melrose, and 20, Royal Terrace, Edinburgh. 

Modern Drawings. 

1 Ferranti, L., Roman peasants, 20J X 14^ (West), £7 ys. 

2 Rotta, S. G., 1874, Venetian toilet, 14 ;< 26 (Mitchell), fii iis. 

3 Rotta, S. G., 1875, The fishing boat, 14 x 26 (Mitchell), £11 os. 6d. 

4 Rotta, .S. G., Reading at his ease, 8 X 11 (Wallis), £5 5s. 

MODERN PICTURES. 
British Schools. 

5 Fruit ; and A woody river (Misell). £i is. 

6 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Off to the fishing, igi :■' 26} (Wallis), £n iis. 

7 Clare, OUver, Flowers and birds' nests, a pair- -circular, 18 ins. diameter 

(Justice), £3 3S. 

8 Cookesley, M. Murray, Caged, panel, 17 X i3i (Purdie), £6 i6s. 6d. 

9 Creswick, T., R.A., and Willis, H.B., Highland river scene, with cattle watering 

igj X 29J (Wallis), £27 6s. 

10 Deane, D. W., 1862, Ballad-singing in Andalusia, 36I X 49 (Roberts), £12 12s. 

11 Gallon, R., Opening the lock, 19 X 29 J (Mullen), £4 14s. 6d. 

12 Godward, J. W., 1909, The siesta, igj x 29^ (Cremetti), £81 i8s. 

13 Herring, J. F., Farmyard, with horses and poultry •, circular, 17! ins. diameter 

(West), £7 7s. 

14 Herring, J. H., Farm horses watering, iil -' 174 (Mitchell), £6 i6s. 6d. 

15 Hillingford, R., The bunch of mistletoe, 17^ x 22^ (Paris), £i> i7s. 

16 Hulk, J. F., Geese by a stream, 23 x 25 (Paris), £5 15s. 6d. 

17 King, H., The bellows, iij X 9J (Evans), £13 13s. 

iS Leader, B. W., R.A., 1900, On the Llugwy below Capel Curig, 12 x i6i 
(Roberts), £42. 

19 Lee, F. R., R.A., 1835, The morning after the duel, 36^ x 48^ (Peabody), 

£6 6s. 

20 Leighton, Lord, P.R..^., R.A., 1864, Golden hours : Half figure of a man,. 

with long dark hair and dark dress, playing on a spinet ; while a woman 
in white flower-embroidered dress, leans on the instrument with her back 
to the spectator 30 .x 48 (Paris), £231.. 

21 Lynch, A., Sweet meditation, 33i X 26i (Wallis), £22 is. 

22 Seymour, G. L., Roses, Love's delight, panel 9J X 6J (Tooth), £9 9s. 

23 Shayer, W. J., Going to market, i6i x 13J (West), £17 17s. 

.24 Sherrin, D., Worcester Cathedral, 23^ x 41k (Blairman), £5 15s. 6d. 

25 Solomon, A., 1855, Third class ; and First class, a pair — 26 X 37i (Mitchell),. 
• £31 los. 

26 Solomon, A., Charity— 23J x i7i 'West), £6 6s. 

27 Stone, F., A.R.A., An anxious watoli. oval — igj x 155 (Coke), £12 12s. 



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28 Vickers, A., 1856, Mountain stream near Capel Curig — 17 :< 26i (Sampson), 

£9 gs. 

Continental Schools. 

29 Bahieu, J. G., Domestic poultry — 19 x 25* (West), £3 13s. 6d. 

30 BaUavoine, J., Blonde — 17J x 14J (Michalmos), £10 ids. 

31 Barbudo, J., 1886, Capri fisherboys, panel — 8} X 13? (Sampson), £i 4s. 

32 Bindor, A., Italian peasant ; and peasant woman, a pair, panel — 12 x 9i 

(West), £4 14s. 6d. 

33 Blaas, Eugene de, 1877, On the balcony, panel — 26 X 40 (Sampson), £73 los 

34 Brandeis, A., Le Fattere con Palazzo Clari, panel — 9 x i2i (West), £2 2s. 

35 Brandeis, A., Courtyard of the Doge's Palace, panel — 8^ X izj (Evans), 

£3 3S- 

36 Brundery, F., A sudden illness, panel — 23 x 19 (Sampson), £44 2S. 

37 Checa, V., Venetian courtyard, with boys playing cards — 19^ x 13 (WaUis), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

38 Coomans, J., 1878, The dice-players, panel — 21 J x 3ii (Swift), £63. 

39 Craemer, P., 1889, Trumps,' 61- x 9 (Leger), £7 7s. 

40 Croegaert, The pen is mightier than the sword — i4i X i7i (Mullen), £58 i6s. 

41 Delphy, H. C, 1898, Washing clothes in the river, panel- i6| X 27 (Vicars), 

£19 19s. 

42 Delphy, H. C, The ferry, panel — idj x 27 (Vicars), £21. 

43 Deutsch, L., The emir, 51 x 31J (Cassell), £89 3s. 

44 Elven, Van, An Arabian market place — 19 x 31 (Hawes), £5 15s. 6d. 

45 Ernst, R., The favourite, panel— 23J x igi (Mitchell) £15 15s. 

46 Ernst, R., The Harem guard, panel — 23J x 19 (Wallis), £12 12s. 

47 Heffner, K., A riverside village, panel — 7 X 11. J (Hawes), £17 17s. 

48 Hermann, Leo, A good story, panel — 6 x 8J (Sampson), £18 i8s. 

49 Koekkoek, J. H., 1821, Life-boat, 27J x 36 (Hawes), £11 iis. 

50 Koekkoek, W., Street in Holland, with figures— 17 X 24 (Hawes), £8 8s. 

51 Roller, G., 1872, The parting kiss, panel — 9* X 7l (Wallis), £S 8s. 

52 Kotschemeiter, G. H., Good hand at cards, 12J x i7| (Leger), £12 12s. 

53 Lerius, J. Van, Premiers Elans, panel — 30J X 37J (Wallis), £21. 

54 Levis, M., 1892, Normandy stream, loj x i5i (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

55 Madrazo, Afternoon tea — 30J X 25^ (Martin), £44 2s. 

56 Marais, A., Cattle in a pasture — 19 x 24J (Wallis), £21. 

57 Marais-Milton, V., 1903, La critique des Amis — 20J x 25 (Wallis), £52 ids. 

58 Meisel, E., 1869, Separation of Madame Elizabeth from Maria Theresa — 

43 X 35 (Carroll), £10 los. 

59 Migl, Arpad de, Les premiers aveux — 50J x 36 (Roberts), £10 105. 

60 Montholon, F. de, The turkey herd — 20^ X 28 (Roberts), £6 6s. 

61 Muraton, Euphemie, Still life — 27-| x 48 (CoUings), £7 7s. 

62 Ooms, K., 1885, The proscribed book, panel — 23^ X 18 (Wallis), £21. 

63 Philips, Hennan, The guitar-player, panel — 18J x 9 (Mellersh), £12 12s. 

64 Pinchart, J., 1873, Helping the goat to a tasty bite — 14* X 21} (Howard), 

£11 IIS. 

65 Piot, A., The little flower-seller — 34J x 25* (Wallis), £19 iqs. 

66 Rivas, A., Soap bubbles — iii X 21 (West), £9 9s. 

67 Rotillet, Gaston, 1883. Bale de la Rochelle — 23 X 35* (Luffert). £4 4s. 

68 Sabatini, I., La chanson — 23 x iji (Cassell), £9 19s. 6d. 

69 Sadee, Ph., 1879, Fishcrfolk on the coast, — 29^ < 35 (Wallis). £105. 

70 Schlesinger, H., Lady in eighteenth century costume, oval — 19 J x I7i ( LuSert) . 

£9 gs. 

71 Spielter, Carl, 1892, Surprise visit to the studio — 16J X 21^ (Roberts), £18 i8s. 



144 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

72 Stevens, J. D., The afternoon sleep, panel — i7i X 2i| (West), £15 15s. 

73 Torre, S. del, 1899, Dolly's washing day ; The latest news ; and The old, 

old story, a pair (West), £7 7s. 

74 Verschuur, W., Interior of a stable, with horses, panel — 6J X 9J (Wallis), 

£16 IDS. 

75 Vinea. F., 1SS6, The coming storm — 17J v 27 (Wallis). £13 13s. 

76 Wakclin, L., Normandy pastures — 17J x 25^ (Wallis), £12 12s. 

77 Weber, Th., Fishing-boats leaving Ostend — 14* X 21^ (Mitchell), £9 gs. 

78 Weber, Th., Fisliing-boats at anchor ; and Departure of the boats, a pair — 

7 X loj- (Evans), £12 12s. 

79 Weiser, 1888, J., The cardinal — 23 X igl (Hawes), £89 5s. 

OLD PICTURES. 
So Backer, J. A., Cavalier, in black dress, with blue cloak, wearing black hat with 
feather, panel — 30 X 28 (Hawes), £31 los. 

81 Dolci, The Magdalen ; and Vanity (Grose), £5 5s. 

82 Dow, A doctor ; and A lady plucking a flower, a pair, panel — gj ■' 8 (Leger), 

£9 9S- 

83 Heusch, W. A., Woody landscape, %vith cattle watering — 31* x 26J (Smith), 

£8 8s. 

84 KauSman, A., R.A., Zadig and Zerlina ; Scene from Voltaire's novels — 

64J X 48J (Grmsey), £19 19s. 

85 Moreelse, Lady in black slashed dress, with white lace collar, panel — 26 J X 21 

(Colnaghi), £60 i8s. 

DRAWINGS. 

87 Hunt, W., In the barn — 16J x i2i (Mullen), £17 17s. 

88 Fielding, C, Highland lake scene, with cattle — 9J X i3i (Allen), £44 2S. 

89 Hardy, J., jun., Dead pheasant — 19 x 26 (Coke), £12 is. 6d. 

90 Clays, P. J., Fishing boats putting out — 13J X 9J (White), £11 os. 6d. 

91 Clay's, P. J., Becahned— 9i X 6i (White), £7 7s. 

92 Steelink, W., The fiock— 19J x 13 (Wells), £17 6s. 6d. 

93 Lhermiite, L., 1902, Les dunes aux toits rouges, pastel — 13J X i7i 'Camp- 

bell), £29 8s. 

94 Lepec, Jeanne, Balkis, Reine de Sara — 37i - 14^ (Clark), £2 12s. 6d. 

Sutton Palmer. 

95 Lewes, Sussex — 13J X 20* (Behrens), £19 19s. 

96 Tintem Abbey— 14 x 19^ (Mitchell), £18 7s. 6d. 

97 Cathele on the Tamar— 13J X 2oi (Mitchell), £19 8s. 6d. 

98 Big Pond, Frensham — I3i X 20J (Mitchell), £18 7s. 6d. 

99 On the Dochart, Killin, and Sussex lane, near Amberley, pair — 20 x i3i 

(Lacey), £26 5s. 
100 Sherwood Forest; and A croft, Inverness-shire, a pair— 14 x loi (Bell), 

£32 IIS. 

PICTURES, 

loi Weiss, Jose, Group of elms— 13^ X 19J (Vicars), £12 12s. 

102 Weiss, Jose. Road through the valley— i3i X ini (Sampson), £12 12s. 

103 Weiss, Jose, Bright June— 13J X igi (Sampson), £12 12s. 

104 Andreotti, F., May and December— panel, i5i X i2i (Allarce), £13 13s. 

105 WysmuUer, H. J., Lowland river— 16 X 25i (Keble), £4 4s. 

106 Lokhorst, D. van. Shepherd and sheep: Normandy— 2ii x 33! (Evans), 

£10 lOS. 

107 Weissenbruch, Jan, Corner in a Dutch town, panel— 7i x 6 (Lawson), £7 7S. 

108 Vcrboeckhoven, E., Ewes and lambs, a pair, panel— 4! X 7 (Mullen), £33 12s. 



Christie's.] February 13, 1914. 145 

109 Cooper, T. S., R.A., Bull and cows near an old tree — 30J x 27J (Boss), £10 los. 
no Whaite, H. Clarence, Autumn — 49J x 39 (Dobell), £23 2s. 

111 Wimperis, E. M., 1896, Mountainous landscape in Wales, with cattle by a 

river — 30 X 50 (Willis), £210. 

112 Haweis, Stephen, Vesuvius — 23J x 17^ (Brown &. Phillips), £5 5s. 

113 Leon Y. Escousura, La lesture, panel — •i2i X 9 (L. Harris), £33 12s. 

114 Fichel, E., 1880, At the inn, panel, — i2ix 15J (Weekes), £78 15s. 

115 Fichel, E., 1883, Soldats de Louis XIII dans un cabaret, panel — 14J x 21 

MitcheU), £50 8s. 

116 Fichel, A., 1867, The toast, panel — 10 x 8 (Sampson), £30 9s. 

117 Fichel, E., 1879, Les connoisseurs, panel — 5 x 3J (Williams), £18 i8s. 

118 Llaneces, J., 18S8, A cavalier, panel — 7J x 5i (L. Harris), £10 los. 

119 Plassan, E., Her ancestors, panel — 6J x 4^ (Hyde), £7 7s. 

120 Shayer, W., sen., 1854, Gipsy encampment — 23^ x 19J (Vicars), £81 i8s. 

121 Shayer, W., senr., 1854, Village inn — 29J X 24^ (Vicars), £89 5s. 

122 Shayer, W., sen., Farm-horses — 27J X 35i (Evans), £36 15s. 

123 Cole, George, 1854, Welsh landscape, with peasant woman driving cattle — 

29i X 47i (F. B. DanieU), £65 2s. 

124 Morris, J. C, 1854, Highland sheep — 27 x 55i (F. B. Daniell), £33 12s. 

125 Schwartzenbach, J., The young artist, panel — 13 x 11 (Wood), £10 los. 

126 Ladell, E., i860. Dead mallard, fruit, and still life — 23^ x igi (Wood), £7 7s. 

127 Armfield, G., Spaniels; and Terriers, a pair — 17J x 23^ (F. B. Daniell), 

£18 i8s. 



Property of the late Walter Archibald Clark, Esq., i 
Thurloe Court, Chelsea, and 12, Onslow Square, S.W. 

DRAWINGS. 

128 Chaigneau, F., The shepherdess ; and A street scene ; and The public gardens, 

a pair, by John Varley (Grose), £io los. 
A. J. Groenewegen. 

129 Sununer afternoon, — 13J x 20 (Mitchell), £6 i6s. 6d. 

130 Dutch village and church ; and Dutch farmstead, a pair — 9J x 13J (RudinofiE) 

£11 OS. 6d. 

131 Cattle on the banks of a canal ; and Cattle in a landscape, a pair — gj x i3i 

(Rudinoff), £10 los. 

132 Milking time ; and at the sand-pits (MacDougall), £8 i8s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

133 Coulard, M., Return to the fold, panel— 8i X 13J (Coke), £8 8s. 

134 Coulard, M., Edge of the wood, panel — 10 X 8J (Ellice), £5 5s. 

135 Coulard, M., Young Shepherdess, panel — gf x 7j (Wylie), £5 15s. 6d. 

136 Gibb, T. H., Loch Vennacher ; and Ben Venue and Loch Achray, a pair — 

6J X 9i (Ellice), £5 5s. 

137 & 138 Gilbert, Victor, 1880, A flower market, Paris— 30 X 46; Gilbert, 

Victor, 1882, A poultry market, Paris — 30 ■: 46 (Evans), £131 5s. 

139 Godward, J. W., 1S93, Endymion — 23J X 39^ (Cremetti), £84. 

" A sleep full of sweet dreams and health, and quiet breathing." 

140 Levis, M., Une Prairie Marecageuse, panel — si X 9i (Vicars), £6 6s. 

G. MUNGER. 

141 Plains of Chailly, near Barbizon — 23 X 31 (Sampson), £8 i8s. 6d. 

142 Near Frauchard, panel — 13 J x 21 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

143 Near Reuil ; Bend on the river, with boat and cattle, panel — 11 J X i7i (Coke), 

£14 3s. 6d. 



146 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

144 Landscape, vnth trees in the foreground, panel — 14^ X i?^ (Sampson), £4. 4s. 

145 Near Juvisy : Cows by a pool in the foreground, panel — iii x ijA (Mitchell), 

£12 r^s. 



146 Perman, Louise, E., White and pink roses in a glass vast — 2ii x 17 > (Ballard), 

£4 4S- 

147 Scherrewntz, J., Changing pastures — 17 X 29 (Mitchell), £98 14s. 

148 Scherrevvitz, J., Gathering sea-wrack^ — i8i X 23 J, ( — ), £59 17s. 

149 Weiss, Jose, A grey day — 15^ X 23J ( — ), £36 15s. 



February 13, 1914. Puttick's. 

Engravings, including property of the late Rev. A. Barff,. 
of St. Giles' Vicarage, (Without) Cripplegate. 

3 Durer, A., Agony (Colt), £2 2S. 

4 Rembrandt, Agony (Parsons), £1 7s. 6d. 

5 Rembrandt, Landscape (Colt), £5 15s. 

6 Antonio, Marc, Vulcan (Colt), £1 los. 

23 Sir Francis Drake, by Wierix, small oval (Colt), i6s. 

25 SneUinx, J., Pictor, by Van Dyck (Parsons), £1 los. 

26 Portrait of a man, by Van Dyck (Parsons), £r. 

28 AchiUes, by Ryland, after Kauiiraan, in red (Hahn), £1. 

29 The shepherd boy, by Bond, after De Koster, proof before letters (Hahn), 

£1 4S. 

30 La Relevee, by Lepicie, after Jeausat (Long), i8s. 

31 L'epouse indiscrete, by De Launay, after Baudouin (Brail), £1. 

32 Lady Leicester, by Meyer, after Lawrence (Lawrence), 14s. 

33 Merry Wives of Windsor, by Simon, after Peters (Hahn), £1. 

34 Youth diverting age, by Grozer, after G. Morland, mezzotint (Long), £3 15s, 

35 Dedicace d'un Peime Epique, by Desmel, after Wille (Colt), i6s. 

36 Lady and child, by Minasi, alter Cosway, in brown (Titley), £1 17s. 6d. 

37 The infant cottager ; and The little traveller, by Jones, after Singleton, a pair 

(Lawrence), £3 los. 

39 & 39 Lord Lifford, by Dickinson, after Madden, mezzotint ; The fair nun 

unmasked, by Wilson, after H. Morland, mezzotint (Mrs. Morgan), £1 6s. 

40 Death bed of the just, by Bartolozzi, after Peters, proof (Long), 17s. 

41 Eloisa, after F. Wheatley, oval, in brown (Lindow), £1 los. 

42 The happy family, by Dean, after G. Morland, mezzotint (Lawrence), £2 5s. 

43 George Morland, by W. Ward, after Muller, mezzotint (Lawrence), £2 15s. 

44 Sailors carousing, by W. Ward, after Ibbetson, mezzotint (\\'eydeUn), £2 5s. 

45 Diligence and dissipation, by Gaugain, and Hellyer, after Northcote, the set 

of ten (Titley), £2 los. 

49 View of Dover from the South Pier Head, by Havell, after Whitfield, aquatint, 

in colours (W. Daniell), £2 7s. 6d. 

50 The Lcdn Yacht, by Dutton, after Condy, Uthograph, in colours (Rimell), 19s. 

52 View of Margate Pier, from the Parade, aquatint, in colours (Rimell), £2 12s. 6d. 

53 Hackney School, with boys playing, by Reeve, aquatint (W. Daniell), £t 4s. 

54 La Naissance, by Balechou, after Bardon (Titley), £i. 

79 The Earl of Eldon, mezzotint, proof before all letters (F. Daniell) £1 4s. 

82 The Hon. Mr. J ustice Burrough, by Lupton, after Philipps, mezzotint (Webber), 

£1 IDS. 



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91 Mrs. Siddons, by Jukes, after Lawrence, aquatint (Brail), iSs. 

122 Young Hannibal, by C. Turner, after Singleton, in colours (Macdonald), £1 6s. 

123 British resentment, or the French fairly coopt at Louisbourg, 1755, after 

Boitard, caricature (Rimell), £i 4s. 
123A Review in Hyde Park, iSi^, by Scriven, after Sauerwied (F. Daniell), £5 5s. 
133 March to the bank, by J. Gillray, in colours (Ramage). £1. 

174 Spring ; Summer ; Autumn ; and Winter, by Freeman and Stadler, after 

Adam Buck, in colours, a set of four (Brail), £13 13s. 

175 Una, by Burke, after Kauffman, oval, (Macdonald), £2 15s. 

176 Damon and Musidora, by C. Knight, after Kauffman, oval (Lock), £3 5s. 

177 Love chaining beauty, by R. Marcuard, after Kaufiman, circle, in red, proof 

(Lock), £5 los. 

178 Napoleon Bonaparte, by Longlii, after Le Gros (Drummood), £2 2?. 

178A Frances Stuart, Countess of Portland, after Van Dyck, mezzotint (Miles), 

£1 IDS. 

178a Wales, by Cardou, after WestaU, in colours (Majme), £4. 
178c Children at play, by Schiavonetti, in colours (Lauser), £8 5s. 
180 The expectation, by J. R.- Smith, after H. Bunbury, circle, in red (Sotheraa), 
£2 17s. 6d. 

186 The quack doctor, by C. Hess, after G. Dow, open-letter proof (Venning), 

£1 14s. 

187 Venus Lusthoff, by Clowet, after Rubens (Maggs), £1 4s. 

188 Baxter, News from home and Australia, a pair (Maggs), £2. 

190 Baxter, Dover Castle, stamped mount (Lewis), £3 3s. 

191 Baxter, Lovers' letter box (Lewis), £3. 

192 A tribute to the memory of the late Vice-Admiral Lord \'iscount Nelson, by 

J. Young, after Hopkins, mezzotint, in colours (Leslie), £13 2s. 6d. 

193 The battle of Trafalgar, by E. Duncan, after Huggins, aquatint, in colours 

(Parker), £8. 

194 H.M.S.'s Pomome, Capt. Barrie, Unite, Capt. Chamberlayne, and Scout Brig, 

Capt. Sharpe, engagement at Sagone Bay, b^' R. and D. Havell, aquatints 
in colours, the set of three (Parker), £10. 

195 Mrs. Drummond, by J. Watson, after M. Black, mezzotint, proof before letters 

(Mills), £2. 

198 Mrs. Mary Anne Granville, by J . Faber, after R. Phillips, mezzotint (Goodstein), 

1 6s. 

199 When beauty adds the power of art (Catherine Clive), by Tinney, after Ellys, 

mezzotint (Mills), £1. 
202 Miss Cox, by Lowrie, after Hamilton, mezzotint, proof, first state (Mills), 
£1 i8s. 

204 EUzabeth, Countess of Ancrum, by V. Green, after Falconet, etched-letter 

proof (Goodstein), £2 los. 

205 Miss Banks, by Lowrie, after Hamilton, mezzotint, first state (Mills), £2 2s. 

206 Mrs. Baddeley, by Laurie, after Zoffany, first state (Goodstein), £2 6s. 

207 Mrs. Cibber, by Faber, after Hudson, mezzotint (Gkiodstein), £3 12s. 6d. 

208 Maria, Countess of Coventry, by R. Sayer, mezzotint (Mills), £1 7s. 6d. 

209 Mrs. Bracegirdle (The Indian Queen), by \V. Vincent, mezzotint JMiUs), i8s. 
213 George Frederick Handel, by J. Faber, after Hudson, mezzotint (Maggs), £g. 
218 Guillaume de Brisacier, by Masson, after Mignard, third state (Melwood), £6. 

225 Venus and Cupid, by T. Cheesman, after Titian, in colours (Brail), £1 12s. 5d. 

226 Two females with doves, by F. Bartolozzi, oval, in colours {Ma>me), £5 5s. 

227 The freeing of Amoret, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. Opie, in colours, and in browa 

(Woolf), £1 I2S. 6d. 



148 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

228 The riot in Broad Street, by J. Heath, after F. Wheatley (Pollard), £1 los. 

229 (The village alehouse, by W. Dickinson, after H. Bunbury, in brown {G. H. 

Brown), £i 2s. 

230 Attention, by R. M. Meadows, after J. R. Smith (Goodstein), 19s. 

231 The elopement ; and The return, after T. Stothard, a pair (Clarke), £1 2s. 

-233 View of a country mansion, with figures walking in the grounds, by E. Dayes, 

aquatint, in colours (Pollard), £5. 
235 St. John of Acre, by Jeakes, after Preaux, aquatint, in colours (Sotharan), £1 is. 
246 Cape Coast Castle and St. George d'Elmina on the Gold Coast, Africa, by J. 

HiU, after G. Webster, aquatints, in colours, a pair (Goodstein), £6 6s. 
248 " Milk below maids," by Schiavonetti, after Wheatley (Titley), £3 los. 

250 The Young Roscius, by Godby, in colours (Lindow), £1 6s. 

251 The sleeping nymph, by P. Simon, after J. Opie, open-letter proof (Davis), £25. 

261 Mr. W. Hutchinson, of Canterbury, mounted on " Staring Tom," by H. Meyer, 

after J. Pardon, aquatint, in colours (Brail), £3 15s. 

262 Racehorse " Fleur-de-lis," by T. Lupton, after A. Cooper, mezzotint (RimeU), 

£3. 

263 Pigeons, by and after D. Wolstenholme, aquatints, in colours, the set of eight 

(Leslie), £7 7s. 

264 The high mettled racer, by Rowlandson, aquatint, in colours (Titley), £1 7s. 6d. 
.266 Moving accidents by Flood and Field, by Fielding, after Turner, aquatints, 

in colours, varnished on strainers, a set of four (Brail), £4 los. 

267 Hertfordshire village scenery. FuU cry ; and Going to cover, by and after 

Wolstenholme, aquatints, in colours, a pair (F. Sabin), £9 19s. 6d. 

French School. 

268 L' Amour Propre, and Triomphe de Jupiter, by G. Gabriel, and Chaponnier, 

after Huet, a pair, in colovurs (G. H. Brown), £2 5s. 

269 Jupiter and Leda, by G. Gabriel, after Huet, in colours (Robertson), £1 4s. 

270 La Dame du Palais de la Reine, by P. A. Martini and J 'en accepte I'heureux 

Prisage, by Triere, after J. M. Moreau, with A.P.D.R., full margins, a pair 

(Demarteau), £15 15s. 
-271 L'Envement au Bal, by Duclos ; and Les confidences, by Lingee, after Freude- 

berg, a pair, with full margins (Demarteau), £11 iis. 
271A Le Gouter, and companion, in colours (McKessack), £1 13s. 

272 La matinee ; and La surprise, proofs, a pair (Parsons), £2 7s. 6d. 

273 Lady with bird and cat, by Bonnet, after J . B. Huet, in colours (Leslie), £13 ids. 

274 Essai du Corset, by F. Dennel, after P. A. WiUe (G. H. Brown), £r 15s. 

275 La marchande a la toilette, by Vidal, and Le restaurant, by Deni, after Lav- 

reince, a pair (Leslie), £24 3s. 

276 Les bonnes amies, by De Seve, after MaUet, oval, in colours (Lauser), £24 3s. 

277 Le Trie Trac, by J. P. le Bas, after C. Eisen (Titley), i6s. 

278 La diseuse d'aventure, by Cars, after Watteau (Goodstein), £2. 

280 Portrait of Pierre Mignard, by G. F. Schmidt, after H. Rigaud (Goodstein), 

£1 lOS. 

281 Head of a girl, after Boucher, in colours (McKessack), £1 2S. 

.282 Noce de village, by Descourtis, after Taunay, aquatint, in colours (Davis), 
£35* 14s. 

283 The squire's daughter, by Duttereau, after G. Morland, in colours (Leslie), £42. 

284 Bacchus and Ariande, and Hercules and Omphale, by F. Bartolozzi, after 

J. B. Cipriani, a pair, ovals, in colours (Brail), £3 7s. 6d. 

285 The freeing of Amoret, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. Opie, in colours jWmter), 

£2 7s. 6d. 



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286 Jupiter and lo, by F. Bartolozzi, after Coreggio, in colours (Winter), f6. 

287 Love is the liglitest, by F. H. Bischofif, after Schaal, in colours (G. H. Brown), £6. 

288 Nymphs bathing, by F. Bartolozzi, oval, in brown, and two others (Titley), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 
290 Lydia, by W. Dickinson, after Rev. \V. Peters (Brail), £1 los. 

295 Sir David Scott, by J. Young, after Romney, mezzotint, in colours (Leslie), 

£18 i8s. 

296 Master Lambton, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint 

(Watson), £15 4S. 6d. 

297 Mme. Grassini, by S. W. Reynolds, after Le Brun, mezzotint, in colours (G. H. 

Brown), £1 i6s. 

298 The lock; and The cornfield, by D. Lucas, after J. Constable, mezzotints, a 

pair (Grundy), £14. 

299 The Vale of Dedham, by and after the same, mezzotint (Leslie), £5 los. 

300 Serena, by J. R. Smith, after Romney, mezzotint, in colours (Watson), 

£13 2s. 6d. 

301 View of the Colosseum, Regent's Park ; and View of Windsor Castle, fashion 

plates, 1836 and i84r, aquatints, in colours, a pair (Rimell), £3 7s. 6d. 

302 View in Regent's Park ; and The exhibition, fashion plates for 1840 and 1844, 

aquatints, in colours, a pair (Rimell), £2 12s. 6d. 

306 Boyhood's reverie (Master Lambton), by S. Cousins, after Lawrence,. mezzotint 

(Longhurst), £2 5s. 

307 Racehorse " Isaac," with portraits of S. Darling & Sons, by J. Harris, after 

Woodward, aquatints, in colours (Fores), £2 5s. 

308 Weighing ; Training ; Running ; and Preparing to start, by Sutherland, after 

Aiken, aquatints, in colours, a set of four (Leslie), £8 8s. 

310 Meeting of the fo.x hounds, mezzotint (Brail), £4 los. 

311 The power of innocence; and The itmocent stratagem, by J. Strutt, after 

Stothard, ovals, in brown, a pair (Clarke), £3. 

314 Boys skating ; Robbing an orchard ; Bathing ; and The angry farmer, by 

Scott, after Moriand, in colours, varnished, a set of four (Brail), £7 los. 

315 Cottager's wealth, and others, after Moriand. in colours (Winter), £5. 



February 16, 1914. Christie's. 

Pictures and Drawings from various sources. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Austin, S., Honfleur — 12J x loj (Permain), £22 is. 

2 Bentley, C, St. Michael's Mount ; and A coast scene (Vicars;, £4 4s. 

3 Brocky, C, An Arab chief ; and Head of an old man, pastel (Herbert), fi is. 

4 Callow, W., 1851, Ponte della Pagila, Venice — 13 X 18J (Sampson), £13 13s. 

G. Cattermole. 

5 Going into chapel — ii| x 17 (Bowden), £4 4s. 

6 Searching for Royalists — 9 J x 14^ (Bowden). £4 4s. 

7 A Baronial hall — iij x i6« (Bowden), £12 12s. 

8 A tomb— SJ X i2i (Kilby), £1 is. 

9 The monastery ; and Archbishop Peckham's tomb (Carroll), £3 13s. 6d. 

10 In Westminster Abbey; and The Chapel, Haddon Hall (Carroll), £4 14s. 6d.- 

D. Cox. 

11 Beddgelert — loj X 14I (Mitchell), £5 5s. 

12 Boulogne Sands — 6J X 9J (Sampson), £6 6s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



13 Cader Idris — 7f X iij (Mullen), £10 los. 

14 Trefrew, North Wales — loj x 14J (Sampson), £y ys. 

15 Suowdon — -lo-}- >: i4i (Sampson), £14 14s. 

16 Duncan, E., 1879, Low tide — 9 X 13J (Kilby), £2 12s. 6d. 

17 Evans, \V. (of Bristol), Ducal Palace, Genoa — 20 x 13 (Sampson), £6 6s. 

18 Fielding, C, Brougham Castle — 6|- x loj (Mullen), £16 i6s. 

19 Fripp, A. D., Shrine of Santa Prasede, Rome — 18J X 14 (Carroll), £3 13s. 6d. 

20 Fripp, G. A., Glen Orchy— 13|- x 19J (Mitchell), £8 8s. 

21 Gastineau, H., Welsh landscape — 7} x iif (Permain), £4 14s. 6d. 

22 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1S58, Speed reading Launce's love-letter— 15 J X 21J 

(Bowden), £25 4s. 

23 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1870, Cavalry on the march — 12 X 17 (Bowden), £4 4s. 

24 Gilbert, Sir J,, R.A., 1850, The council; and A dead bird, by H. Cole.uan 

Angell (Peabody), £4 14s. 6d. 

25 Goodall, E. A., Interior of the Cathedral of Toledo — 13I >: 21 (Sampson), 

£11 4S. 

26 Haag, Carl, 1S52, Ruias of the Tempi'- of Vesta at Tivoli — 22 X 14J (Worsley), 

£35 MS. 

27 Haag, Carl, 1855, On guard, Montenegro — rgj x 13^ (Bowden), £4 4s. 

28 Harding, J. D., i860. The Mythen from Brunnen, Lake of Lucerne — 14 :•: 21 

(Bowden), £15 15s. 

29 Harding, J. D., Naples — 7J x iij (Gee), £28 7s. 

30 Harding, J. D., Near Kenilworth ; and Near Pont Aber Glaslyn, by W. Evans 

(of Bristol), 1840 (Vicars), £4 4s. 

31 Hunt, W., Pineapple, plums, grapes and currants — ioixi4j (Mitchell), 

£26 15s. 6d. 

32 Hunt, W., View of the Thames ; and A sea swallow (Dell), £1 is. 

33 Jenkins, J. J., 1857, The Welsh fountain — 17^ x 13 (Dell), £4 14s. 6d. 

34 Jenkins, J. J., French peasant girl ; and Lute-player, bj' J. M. Jopling (Kilby), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

35 Lewis, J. P., R.A., Spanish bull-fighters— iii X 17J (MacDougall), £18 i8s. 

36 Lundgren, E., Market-girl ; and Spanish girls, a pair (Carroll), £1 is. 

37 Nash, J., St. Jacques, Dieppe — 9 X 13 (Palser), £2 5s. 

38 Parker, J., 1876, A disciple of Izaak Walton — 13 x 8J (Sampson), /i is. 

39 Prout, S., Porch of a French Cathedral— 13 x 8J (Misell), £18 i8s. 

40 Prout, S., An oratory; Bodiam Castle, by W. Callow (Kilby), £6 i6s. 6d. 

41 Radford, E., Contemplation — 13J X iij (Misell), £6 6s. 

42 Richardson, T. M., 1866, Sorrento — 7J X 18 (Permain), £42. 

43 Richardson, T. M., 1836, Conway — loj >: 20 (Sampson), £6 6s. 

W. CoLLiNGWooD Smith. 

44 Ely Cathedral ; and Cader Idris (Mitchell), £3 3s. 

45 Stokesay Church and Castle ; and Between Craven Arms and Stokesay (Dell), 

£3 3S- 

46 On the Avon near Christchurch ; and The Ruitor from the Val D'Aosta 

(Ellice), £3 13s. 6d. 

47 Hythe Bay ; and Stormy day, Dover (Dell), £3 3s. 

48 On the river near Haddon ; and In the Isle of Arran (Bremner), £1 iis. 6d. 

49 Island of San Giulio, Lake of Orla ; and Lake of Garda (Bremner), £1 iis. 6d. 

50 Stephanofl, F. P., The love-letter— 13 X 10 (Dell), £1 iis. 6d. 

F. Taylkr. 

51 Pcasant-tjirl driving cattle — i3i X igi (Sampson), £6 6s. 

52 A trooper — 19J x 16 (Sampson), £3 3s. 

■53 Bringing home the cattle — 11 X 15 (Sampson), £7 7s. 



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54 otter-hounds — 9 X iii (Sampson), £6 6s. 

55 A deer-stalker — 15 X 12 (Wa)lis), £2 I2S. 6d. 

56 After the hunt ; and The trumpeter (Sampson,) £4 4s. 

57 Telbin, F. VV. Ducal Palace, Venice— 11 X 20 (Kilby), £2 12s. 6d. 

58 Topham, F. W., Spanish Gipsies — 14? X 2ii (Mitchell), £11 iis. 

59 Topham, F. W., 1865, The cigarette, oval— 17^ X i4i (Dell), £2 12s. 6d. 

60 Topham, F. W., Young apple-seller; and Fishwife, by J. F. Lewis, R.A., 

(Payne), £2 12s. 6d. 

61 Varley, J., Snowdon — 5 J X gi (Eccles), £6 i6s. 6d. 

62 Vickers, J., Barges on a river— 8i x 13 (Vicars), £7 7s. 

63 Willis, H. B., 1862, Cattle resting: Sunset— 7i x 13J (Mitchell), £8 8s. 

64 De Wint, P., The cornfield — i4i X 21J (Sampson), £19 19s. 

65 De Wint, P., Landscape, with cattle near some trees — qi X 14I (Bowden), 

£2 2S. 

DR.\WINGS IN BLACK AND WHITE. 
Phil May. 

66 An introduction at Marken ; A fashionable tenor ; etc. (5), (Carroll), £7 7s. 

67 The square bookie ; An intending purchaser ; etc. (5), (Sampson), £7 17s. 6d. 

68 Brother brushes ; An Irish model ; etc. (6), (Sampson), £13 2s. 6d. 

69 You can't please everybody ; At a country fair ; etc. (6), (Parsons). £15 15s. 

70 Sending-in day at the R.A. ; "' Do you want a model, sir ? " ; etc. (6), (Carroll), 

£15 15s. 

71 A study in expression ; Without prejudice ; etc. (5), (Carroll), £13 13s. 

72 Blue fever ; Notes of travel ; etc. (6), (Peabody), £14 14s. 

73 The Right Hon, John Bums ; The old sergeant, etc. (5), (Carroll), £7 7s. 

74 Lost ; The irate farmer ; etc., seven in five frames (Parsons), £12 12s. 

75 The genial season ; The widow ; etc. (5), (Carroll), £14 14s. 

76 A bookmaker ; Frontispiece to Phil May's Winter Annual ; etc. (5), (Carroll), 

£13 13s. 

DRAWINGS IN WATER COLOUR. 

77 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., The Swallow FaUs, North Wales— 6| X 11 (Dell), 

. £2 2S. 

78 Brockbank, A. E., Coast-guard's daughter— 8J x i3i (Barron), £2 12s. 6d. 

79 Cox., D, Welsh pass, with sheep — 8 X 12J (Carroll), £3 3s. 

80 Measom, W. F., Spring-time — gi x 13! (Port), £2 2s. 

W. Callow. 

81 Lynns; and Valence, a pair — 4.^ x 10 J (Margetson), £1 los. 

82 Mill of St. Ouen, Seine ; and Pere-la-Chaise, Paris (Wimperis), £2 25. 

83 Marseilles, a pair — 5 x 9 (Lewers), £1 iis. 6d. 

84 Tours ; and Vienne on the Rhone (Wimperis), £1 iis. 6d. 

85 Montpelier ; and Bordeaux, a pair — 5 X 8f (Wimperis), £2 12s. 6d. 

86 Chateau d'Amboise, a pair — 5 x 9 (Kilby), £4 4s. 

87 Fraser, J., The Beach at Portobello— gj X 13 J (Carroll), £2 2s. 

88 Bardill, R. \V., Hillside farm— isJ X 2il- (Eyres), £3 13s. 6d. 

89 Fraser, J., Summer gale: Newhaven — 13^ X 20^ (Eyres), £5 15s. 6d. 

90 Goodwin, Albert, Salisbury — 6 x gj (Oakley), £2 12s. 6d. 

91 Hine, H. G., i86j, Sussex Landscape— 6i x i3i (Gray), £7 i7s. 6d. 

92 Fraser, J., Coast near Dover ; and Brindisi, by A. N. Roussott (Boyle), £5 5s. 

93 Rackham, Arthur, 1904, The Long-armed giant — 6i X 8 (Parsons), £7 17s. 6d. 

94 Francis, F., Pangbourne ; and Windsor, pair — 9} x 13* (Dell), £5 5s. 

95 Greenaway, Kate, Boy in velvet ; and Cattle, by T. S. Cooper, R.A., (Withcrby) 

£6 6s. 

96 Davidson, C, Welcome showers — i2i "■ 17J (.Miseil), £3 13s. 6d. 



152 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

97 Davidson, C, Rydal ; and luterlaken, a pair — iij x iSJ (Evans), £3 13s 6d. 

98 Crane, Walter, Buttermere ; and Ashore (Carroll), £4 14s. 6d. 

99 Orrock, J., 1876, Durham — 14 x 21 (Dawkins), £7 17s. 6d. 

100 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1868, The ancestor — 18J X 14* (James), £5 15s. 6d. 

loi Henderson, C. Cooper, A French diligence — loi X 15 (Dell), £2 2S. 

102 Radford, E., 1876, Passing reflections — 17J X ii4 (Evans), £8 8s. 

103 Todd, H. L., A salmon on the banks of a lake ; Salmon, a pair : and Trout, 

a pair (M. Misell), £1 4s. 
103A Prout, Market-place in a Norman Town — 27J X 19 (Eager), £16 i6s. 

PICTURES. 

104 Woody scene, with flock of sheep; Winter — 39^ x 29* (Dell), £2 12s. 6d. 

105 Berdiner, S., i860. Driving home the cow : Windsor Castle in the distance — 

29i X 24 J (Grose), £1 los. 
105A Hyde, Frank, Haidee ; and Travelling musicians, unframed (Sampson), £2 2S. 

106 Gallegos, J., Views in Venice, a pair, panel — 14J X gi (Mitchell), £35 14s. 

107 Roberts, Edwin, Peasant children — 23J X igj (Sampson), £7 7s. 

108 Semenowsky, E., The Garland ; and Goldfish, a pair, panel — i7i x 7 (Evans), 

£18 iSs. 

109 Havers, Val, The tempest — 28J x 50J (Boss), £1 iis. 6d. 

no Estall, W. E., The flock; Evening — 23^ X 33* (Sampson), £6 6s. 

111 Estall, W. E., Gate in a pasture — gj X 12J (Port), £1 5s. 

112 Wilkie, Peasants in a tavern, panel — i2i X 17 (MacDougall), 15s. 

113 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., l"he combat— 18 x 22 (Wimperis), £5 5s. 

H4 Herring, J. F., "What's bred in the bone "— 17^ X 23J (Corry), £2 12s. 6d. 

115 Collins, W., R.A., The Cherr^'-seller : View at Turvey, Beds., panel— 8J X loj 

(Sampson), £7 7s. 

116 Gavin, Robert, R.S.A., The flower mission — 35 x 47* (Sampson), £3 3s. 

117 Besnou, A., Boulogne Fisherfolk — 36 x 26 (Cooling), £8 8s. 

118 Pickering, J. F., 1879, A field corner gf x 13I- (Sampson), £3 3s. 
iig Gronland, Th., 1865, Roses— i7i X 21 (Sampson), £3 3s. 

120 Couturier, P. L., Domestic poultry, panel — 13* x loj (Wallis), £7 7s. 

121 Gosling, W., Old lock and mill, Shiplake-on-Thames — 24J x 39* (Paris), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

122 De Breanski, G., Summer's morning: Seaton, Devon — 2ii x 33i (Eade), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

123 Birch, S. J. Lamorna, Thro' copse-clad valleys — 44 X 34* (Lucas), £21. 

124 French School, Cavalier, with red sash and white ruff — 22J x i8i (White), 

£12 I2S. 

125 Boyle, G., Woody stream, with swans, panel — 12 X i3i (Carroll), £1 iis. 6d. 

126 Weiss, Jose, Twilight, panel— gi x 14^ (Sampson), £4 14s. 6d. 

127 Michel, G., Moorland scene ; Storm clouds — 19J X 26 (Leggatt), £ig 8s. 6d. 

128 Fouace, G., Fruit and still lile— 18 x 36 (Carroll), £14 14s. 

129 Hervier, A., 1857, Aisles of Chartres Cathedral— 25 X 21 (Wise), £14 14s. 

130 Bargue, C, A Bashi Bouzouck — 18 X i2i (Wallis), £19 19s. 

131 Masson, Benedict, La Belle Circassienne — 45 X 29 (Eade), £4 4s. 

132 Norwich School, Forest scene— 32^ X 43 (Dell), £3 3s. 

133 Pickering, J. L., Under a Northern sky— 49^ X 35i (Cooling), £11 iis. 

134 Domingo, F., Partie dcs Cartes— SJ X I2i (Carroll), £6 6s. 

135 Fichell, E., 1850, Rembrandt in his studio, panel — isi X 12^ (Atwood), 

£9 9S- 

136 Troyon, A pavilion at Sevres — 11 J X 9 (Willis), £2 12s. 6d. 



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DRAWINGS. 

M. GiDDI.VG. 

137 The towpath — 15 X 21 (Cremetti), £2 2s. 

138 The canal— II J X iSJ (Patey), £1 is. 

139 River scene, with barges— 14^ x 21 (Hood), £2 12s. 6d. 

140 Road to the farm — loj X 16 (Cooling), £3 3s. 

141 Mauve, A., Ewes and lambs — loj x 17 (Carroll), £11 iis. 

P. P. SCHIEDGES. 

142 The windmill — 24! X 17J (Cremetti), £5 5s. 

143 Changing pastures — 14 X 21 (Hawes), £6 6s. 

144 Mill on a river — 22 X i6i ( Hawes), £5 15s. 6d. 

145 Farm by a canal — 15 X igj (Cremetti), £4 14s. 6d. 

146 Schouw, A. V. D., Cattle by a stream — loj X igi (Port), £3 3s. 

PICTURES. \ 

147 Brandeis, A., View in Florence, panel — 12 X 8 (Bell), £3 13s. 6d. 

148 Corot, J. B. C, L'Etang— i5i X 12J (Carroll), £14 14s. 

149 Coulaud, M., Sheep on a heath — 11 X 17 (Mitchell), £3 3s. 

150 Coulaud, M., Shepherdess and her flock — gj x 7i (Carroll), £2 12s. fid. 

151 Fichel, E., L'Heure du Gouter — 13* x 20 (Cremetti), £10 los. 

152 Hermer, H., La Nuit, panel — 10 X 134 (Carroll), £50 8s. 

153 Jacquet, G., Louise, panel — 17 x 14 (Cremetti), £11 iis. 

154 Levis, M., 1893, Apres Midi d'Aout, Bords de I'Yonne — i8i X 28J (Cremetti), 

£7 7S. 

155 Levis, M., 1893, Vielles Maisons, Dauphinoises, Vallee de la Fure — gj X I5i 

(Cremetti), £10 los. 

156 Schiedges, P. P., Autumn — 30 x 49 (Lindlar), £17 17s. 



February 17, 19 14. Christie's. 

Engravings, comprising Mezzotint Portraits, after Sir J. 
Heynolds, Sir T. Lawrence, J. Russell, etc. ; Fanc}' Sub- 
jects in mezzotint, stipple and colours, after Morland, 
Bigg, Cosway, etc. ; Old Sporting Prints, in colours, etc. 

Unframed. 

1 John Dale, Esq., after H. Ashby, by J. Young, first state ; The enchantress, 

after Murray, by J. Spilsbury ; and two others (Rimell), £i i8s. 

2 The seasons, after Hamilton, by Gabrielli ; The children restored, after Single- 

ton, by Meadows ; and two others (Brown), £i i8s. 

3 Christophorus Scheurt, after G. Miiller, by J. W. Windter ; G. Couston, after 

De Lien, by Larmessin ; and five old French line engravings (Brown), 
£5 los. 

4 The young pedlar, after J . Barney, by T. Gaugain ; and The cottage girl, after 

Gainsborough, by J. Whessel (Hyam), £4 4s. 

5 Miss Wallis, after and by F. Bartolozzi, unfinished engraver's proof ; and 

General Washington, after Trumbull, by Cheeseman (Cross), £1 is. 
'6 The cornfield, after J. Constable, R.A., by D. Lucas ; and Salisbury Cathedral, 

after and by the same (Taylor), £4 4s. 
7 Leicestershire, after H. Alkeu, by T. Fielding, a set of four, in colours (Fielding), 

£5 15s- 6cl. 



154 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

8 Coursins;, after P. Reinagle, R.A., by Nichols and Bluck, in colours (Maggs), 

£6 6s. 

9 Bendigo, Boxing Champion of England, by C. Hunt ; One of the right sort ; 

and One of the wrong sort ; and another, all in colours (Maggs), £6 i6s. (5d. 

10 North-Country mails at the Peacock, Islington, after J. Pollard, by T. Suther- 

land, in colours (Pollard), £23 2S. 

11 George III reviewing the 3rd Dragoon Guards and the loth Light Dragoons, 

after Beechey, by J. Ward, in colours (Pollard), £33 12s. 

13 Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick, after and by C. Wilkin, open-letter proof, in bistre 

(Mathews), £3 3s. 
15 Hebe, after Reynolds, by J. Jacobe ; and Lady Louisa Manners, after the 
same, by C. Knight (Mathews^ £7 7s. 

14 Master Lambton, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins (Browne), £11 iis. 

15 Epsom races, after J. Pollard, by Smart and Hunt, a pair, in colours (Ackermaa) 

£12 IS. 6d. 

16 Grey Diomed, after J. N. Sartorius, by R. Dodd, in colours (Sabin), £2 2S. 

17 & 18 Lady Sarah Bunbury, after Sir J. Reynolds, by E. Fisher, first published 

state, with the title. Fishermen and smugglers, after G. Morland, by J. 
Ward, a pair (Pollard), £23 2s. 

19 L'Assembiee au Concert ; and L'Assemblee au Salon, after Lavreince, by 

Dequevauviller (Sabin), £9 9s. 

20 Hebe, after Huet Villiers, by H. Me3'er (Taylor) £2 12s. 6d. 

21 Master Lambton, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. (Vicars), £7 7s. 

22 Lady Dover and son, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins (Vicars), £3 3s. 

23 Tom and his pigeons ; and the favourite rabbit, after Russell, by C. Knight, 

a pair in colours (T. Daniell), £11 iis. 

24 The Guardian Angel, after Maria Cosway, by S. Phillips ; and View of Teign- 

mouth, after Fidler, by T. Sutherland, in colours (Maggs), £3 3s. 

25 Rabbits, after G. Morland, by J. R. Smith ; and Children dividing fruit, after 

WestaU, by Nutter (Brail), £5 5s. 

26 Jonas Hanway, after Edwards, by Dunkarton ; and Madame Vestris, Miss 

Glover, Mr. Williams and Mr. Listen in " Paul Pry," after G. Clint, by 
T. Lupton (Davison), £1 is. 

27 Summer ; and Winter, after F. Wheatlcy, by Bartolozzi, in bistre (Maggs), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

28 The story of Letitia (plates 2 — 5), after Morland, by J . R. Smith -• and Return'd 

from market, after Singleton, by W. Nutter (Davidson), £3 3s. 

29 Mrs. Siddons, as the "Tragic muse," after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Haward, 

second state (Foster), £3 13s. 6d. 

30 The sick child, after J. Northcote, by S. W. Reynolds ; and another, in colours 

(Foster), £6 i6s. 6d. 
33a The quarrel, after Adam Buck, by Fret;man, in colours (Ackerman), 
£6 i6s. 6d. 

Framed. 

31 David Hartley, after G. Romney, by J. Walker, first state (Colnaghi), £9 qs. 

32 Mrs. Scott Waring and children, after J. Russell, R.A., by C. Turner, first state 

(A. Davis), £52 los. 

33 The Archduke Charles of Austria ; and Count Souvoroff Rimniskoi, after H. 

Schmidt and Lieut. Fries, in colours (Brown), £16 i6s. 

34 The wounded soldier ; and The recruit, after J. Ward, a pair iu colours (W. 

Sabin), £31 los. 

35 Zephyrus and Flora ; and Vertumnus and Pomona, after Coypel, by F. 

Bartolozzi, a pair, in colours (Maggs), £60 iSs. 



Christie's.] February 17, 1914. 155 

36 Miss Wallis, after and by Bartolozzi, proof before all letters, with wide margin, 

in bistre (Brail), los. 6d. 

37 Sylvia's pet stag, in colours (Lindow), £3 3s. 

38 Classical subjects, a pair of ovals ; and Cupid disarmed, alter Reynolds, by 

Bartolozzi, in colours (Michalinos), £24 3s. 
30 Lady Rushout and daughter, after A. KauSman, by T. Burke, in bistre 
(Bum), £23 2s. 

40 Griselda returning to her father ; and the companion, by Bartolozzi ; and The 

death of Mark Antony, after A. Kaufiman, by Delattre, in red (Stanton), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

41 Cottager and villager, by P. W. Tomldns, a pair, in colours (Agnew), 

£84. 

42 Marian and Colin-Clout ; and Hobnelia and Lukerbin, after Miss Conyers, by 

P. W. Tomkins, a pair in colours (Agnew), £147. 

43 The country school-mistress, after Miss Marriott, by P. W. Tomkins, in colours 

(Brown), £31 los. 

44 Lord Burghersh, after Sir J. Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, in colours (W. Sabin), 

£7 7s. 

45 Cupid as Mercury ; and Cupid as a link boy, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Dean, 

one first state (Herbert). £6 6s. 

46 Mrs. Seaforth and child, after the same, by J. Crozier (Herbert), £8 Ss. 

47 Lady Sarah Bimbury, after the same, by E. Fisher, first state proof before all 

letters (Ellis & Smith), £25 4s. 

48 Madame Schindlerin, after the same, by J . R. Smith, first state (Ellis & Smith) 

fi5 15s. 

49 Mrs. Abington, after the same, by E. Judkins, first state (Herbert), £8 8s. 

50 Miss Farren, after Sir T. Lawrence, by F. Bartolozzi, proof before letters, ia 

bistre (Beauchamp), £86 2s. 

51 Lady Louisa Manners, after Sir J. Reynolds, by C. Knight, proof before the 

title, in bistre (Herbert), £13 13s. 

52 Henry, Earl of Pembroke, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Dixon (Bird), £2 12s. 6d. 

53 Diana and Endymion, after Zerneille, by Klenge ; and La Belle Polonaise ; 

and La Fran?aise Coquette, by Cardon, in colours (Hyam), £5 5s. 

54 Muscipula, after Sir J. Rej-nolds, by J. Jones, open-letter proof, in bistre 

(Wood), £3 13s. 6d. 

55 Madame Rteamier, after Cosway, by A. Cardon, in colours (Brown), 

£5 5S. 

56 The Roman Vestal's trial of chastity ; and The Roman Vestal's punishment, 

after W. M. Craig, by B. Cooper, a pair, in colours (Lindow), £3 3s. 

57 Fishermen; and Smugglers, after Morland, by J. Ward, a pair (Pollard), 

£11 IIS. 

58 A young lady and her three brothers, after J. S. Copley, R.A., by W. Ward 

(Brail), £1 IS. 

59 The village ghost, after H. Singleton, by Robert Laurie; and Tarn O'Shanter, 

after A. Cooper, by H. Meyer (Brail), £3 3s. 

60 Village schoolmistress : Village school dinner, after R. M. Paj'e, by W. Barnard 

a pair (Pollard), £3 13s. 6d. 

61 Salisbury Cathedral, after J. Constable, R. A., by D. Lucas, first published 

state (Agnew), £10 los. 

62 A fish-stall, after Snyders, by R. Earlom, proof before letters (Gooden & Fox), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

63 Saint Hubert, by A Diirer ; and Christ heaUng the sick ; reprint, after Rem- 

brandt (RimcU), £7 7s. 



156 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

64 & 65 Sir George Beaumont, after Reynolds, by Hodges, proof before any 
letters. William Henry Cavendish Scott-Bentinck, Duke of Portland, 
open-letter proof (Brail), 12s. 

66 Monseigneur le Dauphin et Madame fille du Roi, after Madame Le Brun, by 

Blot ; and Conversation Galante, by Le Bas (Greaves), £2 2s. 

67 Miss Polly Kennedy, after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson, first state (Bird), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

68 Sir Richard Cavendish, after the same, by J. R. Smith (Percy), £2 2S. 

69 Francis, Duke of Bedford, after J. R. Smith, by S. W. Reynolds (Brail), 

£1 IS. 

70 Miss Harriet Powell, after Reynolds, by R. Houston, first state (Ferguson), 

£3 3S. 

71 Countess Gower and daughter, after Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A. (Vicars), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

72 Mrs. Tattersall, after T. Beach, by J. Jones (Rimell), £8 8s. 

73 Prince Williarn Frederick, after J. W. Chandler, by E. Bell, in colours (Parker), 

£2 2S. 

74 Fancy subjects, after Stothard, by Ogborne, and J. Strutt, proofs before letters 

(Walters), £2 2S. 

75 The Staffordshire girl ; and Buckinghamshire girl, by W. N. Gardiner, a pair 

(Pollard), £6 i6s. 6d. 

76 AngeUca and Medora ; and Geography, after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, in 

colours ; and Minerva and Cupid, after Cosway, by Conde (Lindow), 
£1 IS. 

77 Mrs. Dickson, after Cosway, by P. Conde ; and Lord Fitzgibbon, alter the 

same, both in colours (Agnew), £13 13s. 

78 The Earl of Leicester, after and by the same, three impressions in one frame 

(Davis), £1 IS. 

79 The Jlarquess of Devonshire, after and by the same, proof and print ; and the 

same, with his brother, when children, after and by the same (Davis), 
£1 IS. 

80 George, Prince of Wales, after Cosway, by Sharp, proof ; Sir John Moore, 

after the same ; and another, proof (Rimell), £1 is. 

81 William Pitt, after Copley, by Bartolozzi, proof and print, in one frame 

(Leggatt), £3 3s. 

82 A son of Mr. Jekyll, after W. Lodder, by A. Cardon (Brail), £1 is. 

83 Lucrece, by W. Dickinson, in colours (Agnew), £39 18s. 

84 Edward V and the Duke of York, after Ramberg, by Bartolozzi, in colours 

(Maggs), £5 5S. 

85 L' Innocence en danger, after Lavreince, by Caquet ; and one, after Freudeberg 

(Brail), £3 3S. 

86 Le jour, after Eisen, by Patas (Maggs), £6 6s. 

87 Les confidences ; and La promenade du matin, after Freudeberg, by Lingee 

(Sabin), £11 iis. 

88 Vuedela ports, St. Bernard, after DeMachy, by Descourtis, in colours (Parsons), 

£12 I2S. 

89 Benediction de la Marine, after Debucourt, proof in colours (Sabin), £189. 

90 Caroline of Litchfield, after Singleton, by D. Orme, in colours (Brown), £29 8s. 

91 Cupid and Psycke, by Bartolozzi, in colours, on satin ; and three others (Davis), 

£555. 

92 Classical subjects, after A. Kauffman, circles, in colours (F. Daniell), £11 os. 6d. 

93 A splendid record of British bravery, after Livesay, by J. Wells, a set of four 

aquatints, in colours (Rimell), £27 6s. 



Christie's.] February 17, 1914. 157 

94 Saint Cecilia ; and Sappho, after Westall ; and two others, in colours (Lindow), 

£8 83. 

95 Gipsies ; and The fortune-teller, after Bunbmry, in colours (Brail), £io tos. 

96 A shipwrecked sailor-boy ; and The sailor-boy's return, after W. R. Bigg, 

by T. Gaugain, a pair, in colours (F. Daniell), £13 2s. 6d. 

97 The shepherd's meal, after Morland, by J. R. Smith (Brail), £1 is. 

98 A carrier's stable, after Morland, by W. Ward, in colours (Mayne), £12 12s. 

99 Rural repose, after Wheatley, by T. Jeremia ; and two others, after Westall, 

by A. Cardon, in colours (Browne), £23 4s. 
100 Peasant and pigs ; and A conversation, after Morland, by J. R. Smith, a pair, 

in colours (Ackermann), £28 7s. 
loi The morning ; and The evening, after W. Hamilton, R.A., by P. W. Tomkins, 

a pair, in bistre (F. Daniell), £18 iSs. 

102 The fern-cutter ; and Resting by the way, after Westall, in colours (Lenison), 

£5 15s- 6d. 

103 The thatcher, after G. Morland, by W. Ward, in colours (Brown), £73 los. 

104 Breaking the ice, after Morland, by J. R. Smith, in colours (Ackermann), 

£11 IIS. 

105 Children reUeving a beggar-boy, after Beechey, by C. Wilkin, proof before 

letters (Rimell), £8 8s. 
io5 Edward, Lord EUenborough, after Lawrence, by C. Turner, open-letter proof 
(F. DanieU), £7 17s. 6d.. 

107 Achilles, after Rembrandt, by J. G. Haid, etched-letter proof (F. Daniell), 

£22 IS. 

108 An Officer of Justice, after the same, by W. Pether (Herbert), £6 6s. 

109 John Mitchell, after L. F. Abbot, by V. Green, undescribed proof (Pawsey and 

Payne), £8 Ss. 
no Charles James Fox, after Rej-nolds, by John Jones (Davis), £1 iis. 6d. 

111 Sir William Chambers, R.A., after the same, by S. W. Reynolds, first state ; 

and the Hon. Thomas Erskine, after Lawrence, by G. Clint, etched-letter 
proof (Rimell), £2 2s. 

112 Serena, after G. Romney, by J. R. Smith (W. Sabin), £10 103. 

113 Lady with turban, after Ramsay, by J. McArdell, with inscription erased ; and 

Sir Wm. Erskine, after Cosway, by S. W. Reynolds, open-letter proof 
(Parker),^ £1 iis. 6d. 

114 The peasant-girl, after and by J. Hoppner, R.A., proof (Walters), £1 is. 

115 Rt. Hon. Wm. Pitt, after W. Hoare, by R. Houston ; and Rev. George White- 

field, after M. Jenkins, by A. Miller (Maggs), £1 iis. 6d. 

116 t': 117 Madame Jane Kelleway, after Sir P. Lely, by A. Brown. Sir John 

Fielding, after N. Hone, by J. R. Smith, second state (Herbert), £1 is. 
xiS Rt. Hon. Simon, Lord Harcourt, after Sir G. Kneller, by J. Simon, first state 
(Maggs), £3 3s. 

119 Sir Thos. Bury, after T. Richardson, by J. Smith (Herbert), £1 is. 

120 Milton dictating " Paradise Lost," after and by R. Westall, R.A., in colours ; 

and Landscape, after G. Dupont, by Whessell and Stadler (Brail), £4 14s. 6d. 

121 The woodman's repast ; and the woodman at labour, after C. Turner and 

Barney, by G. Frailing, in colours (Lindow), £11 os. 6d. 

122 Mrs. Vindex and Master Harry Clinton, after P. W. Tomkins, by F. Bartolozzi, 

in colours (Maggs), £6 i6s. 6d. 

123 John Forbes, after Masquerier, by W. Ward, ditto ; Othello, after SheUey, by 

Tomkins, coloured ; another, circle, coloured ; and Music, after Cipriani, 
by Bartolozzi, proof (Agnew), £6 i6s. 6d. 

124 Bristol ; and Bath, a pair of aquatints, in colours (Huggins), £8 8s. 



158 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

125 Bottom fishing, after J. Pollard, in colours ; The express extraordinary, after 

Newhouse, by C. Hunt, ditto ; and Hawkstone Park, after and by J. Pearson 
ditto (Stevens), £3 3s. 

126 Hunting subject, after Aiken, by Clark and Dubourg, in colours ; and Partridge 

and grouse shooting, after R. B. Davis, by R. G. Reeve, ditto (Rimell), 
£5 15s. 6d. 

127 " Eclipse," after Stubbs ; The squire thrown out ; and " Skyscraper " (Fores), 

£1 5S- 

128 Brighton Chain Pier, after Jones, by Hunt ; Cassiobury, Hertfordshire, after 

J. M. W. Turner, by Havell ; and three others (Maggs), £5 15s. 6d. 

129 Margate, from the Parade ; Margate, with the arrival of the " Hoy " ; and 

two others, after P. J. de Loutherbourg, by J. Hill, a set of four, in colours 
(Cowie), jfii OS. 6d. 
J30 The Battle of Copenhagen, after Pocock, by J. C. Stadler, in colours (Parker), 
£9 19s. 6d. 

131 George IV's Embarkation at Kingstown on September 3, 1821 ; and Entry 

into Dublin on August 17, 1821, after J. Haverty, by R. Havell, a pair, in 
colours (Fletcher), £7 7s. 

132 Attack upon the French Camp at Famars ; and Victory of Earl Howe over 

the French Fleet on June 1, 1794, after M. Brown, by D. Orme, in colours 
(Anderson), £6 i6s. 6d. 
333 The rustic hours : Evening, after F. Wheatley, R.A., by H. Gillbank, in 
colours (Mayne), £5 5s.: 

134 The turnpike gate, after Morland, by W. Ward, wide margin (Agnew), £26 5s. 

135 The Warrener, after Morland, by W. Ward (Agnew), £5 5s. 

136 Boy mending nets ; Girl feeding pigs ; and two others, after Westall (Lindow), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

137 Hunting subjects, after Aiken, by Sutherland, a set of four, in colours (Cox), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

138 A trip to Epsom, after Pollard, by Harris, a set of four, in colours (Sabin), 

£37 i6s. 

139 Coaching in Windsor Park, after Pollard, in colours (Anderson), £1 iis. 6d. 

140 Royal Mails at the " Peacock," Islington, after J. Pollard, in colours (Tennant) 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

141 The St. Leger, 1839, after F. Turner, by G. A. Turner, in colours (Brown), 

£11 IIS. 

142 Fox-hunting subjects, a set of four, in colours (Ellis & Smith), £71 8s. 

143 Grand Stand, Ascot, after J. F. Herring, by Hunt, in colours (C. Davis), £5 5s. 

144 Royal mail's departure from the General Post Office, London, after J. Pollard, 

by R. G. Reeves, in colours ; and the famous match between " Hamble- 
tonian " and " Diamond " after Sartorius, by Whessel, coloured (Pawsey 
and Payne), £5 5s. 

145 The Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, after Garrard by W. Ward (Parker), £2 2S. 

146 " Marske," after G. Stubbs, by G. Stubbs, jun. ; " Soldier," after G. Garrard, 

by S. Aiken ; and " High Flyer," after Gilpin, by F. Jukes (Parker), £2 2s. 

147 " Sir Peter Teazle," after S. Gilpin, by W. Ward (Fores), £2 2s. 

148 Fox-hunting subjects, after R. Pollard, by Jukes and Pollard, a set of four, in 

colours (Brown), £29 8s. 



Christie's.] February 20, 1914. 159 

February 20, 19 14. Christie's. 

Pictures, the property of T. C. L. Powys-Keck, Esq., 
Stoughton Grange, Leicester : portraits, the property' of 
John D. Wilkie, Esq., and The Misses Wilkie, The 
Binns, Linlithgow ; and Pictures and Drawings, from other 
sources. 



Property of John D. Wilkie, Esq., and the Misses Wilkie, 
The Binns, Linlithgow (the home of General Thomas 
Dalyell, Commander-in-Chief to Charles II's Forces in 
Scotland) . 

PICTURE. 

1 Breughel, Basket of grapes, with rose and cherries on a table, panel — 13 X 21 

(WalUs), £7 17s. 6d. 

PORTRAITS. 

2 Head of a man, with ruff ; and Ferdinand III in rich dress, panel (Cooling), 

i7 7s. 

3 James V of Scotland in red and white dress, holding his glove ; and Lady 

in red dress, oval (Tooth), £27 6s. 

4 Henry IV, of Navarre ; and Marie de Medici, a pair, in rich dresses, with white 

ruffs— 3ii X 26 (Cohen), £27 6s. 

5 Girl in white and brown dress, with a dog ; and Girl in pink and white dress, 

with a parrot, a pair, ovals — 29 X 2ii (Leger), £10 los. 

6 Elizabeth of Bohemia in red dress, with white ruff ; and Lady in widow's 

dress, with inscription and date 1622, ovals — 20J X 18 (Renton), £28 7s. 

7 The Regent Morton in black dress and hat, with white rufi, with inscription 

and date 1577 — 21 >; i7i (Wallis), £136 los. 

8 Portrait of — Brown, of Bishoptown, in red cloak with flowing wig, oval — 

29 X 24 (Barker), £4 4s. 

9 Oliver CromweU in armour, with white collar, oval — 29 X 24 (Evans), £6 63. 

10 Gentleman in white doublet, lawn collar and black cloak, with inscription and 

date 1632 — 29 X 24 (Evans), £16 i6s. 

11 Duke of Hamilton in armour, with the riband of the Garter, oval — 29 X 24 

(Wallis), £17 17s. 

12 Charles I in red robes, with the Chain and Order of the Garter, oval — 29J X 24! 

(Barker), £9 19s. 6d. 

13 Charles II in breastplate and brown doublet — 294 X 24i (Leach), £7 7s. 

14 Gentleman in black slashed dress with lawn ruff, oval — 29 X 24 (Kendal), 

£68 5s. 

15 William HI ; and Queen Mary, a pair ; in coronation robes, with crowns and 

orbs — 50 X 40 (Faulkner), £52 los. 

16 James II in Garter robes, resting his left hand on his hip ; a crown and orb 

by his side — 49 x 39 (Leggatt), £10 los. 

17 Duke of Albemarle in armour, with crimson cloak lined with ermine, holding 

a marshal's baton — 49 X 40 (Leger), £17 17s. 

18 Hals, Frans Hals in black dress and hat, with white collar, panel — 11 J X loj 

(Lippmann), £84. 
Kg Jamesone, G., Sir Edward Bruce, of Kinloss (created Baron Bruce of Kinloss, 
1603), in dark dress, with white lace collar and cuffs, holding his gloves 
in his right hand — 41 1 X 30 (Wilkie), £29 8s. 



i6o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

20 Meulen, A. F. Van der, Gentleman in embroidered gown, seated — tsJ x 13J 

(FothergiU), £5 5s. -'^i 

21 Mierevelt, M. J., Gentleman in black doublet, with gold chains and lace ruff, 

panel — 26 x 21 (Cohen), £68 5s. 

22 Palamedes, A., Gentleman in black dress, with white lace collar and cufis, 

seated at a table writing ; bools and papers before him, panel — 41 X 33^ 
(Colnaghi & Obach), £241 los. 



DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 
DRAWINGS. 

23 Aiken, H., Hunting scenes, a set ot three— loi X 15J (Fielding), £8 8s. 

24 Downman, J., A.R.A., Head of a lady — 5} X 7i (Renton), £14 14s. 

25 Early English School. Gentleman in riding costume, standing in a landscape 

with his horse — 20 X 16 (Fletcher), £7 7s. 

26 School of Lely. George Villiers, Second Duke of Buckingham, with white 

cravat and flowing wig, black and white chalk — 12 X 9 (Coulter), £10 los. 

27 Tillemans, P., Duke of Kingston-upon-HulI, shooting in the grounds of Thoresby 

Park, sepia — i7i X 24I (Manvers), £21. 

28 Serres, D., Limehouse, looking towards London Bridge — I2i X 21 (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £8 8s. 

29 Verspronck (after). Lady in black dress, with white ruiiE and cuSs, bj' T. Van 

de Sprang, unframed — 14^ X igj (Renton), £5 5s. 

30 Boucher, The two sisters, pastel — 14^ x iii (Boss), £8 8s. 

31 Cambruzzi, J., 1777, Gentleman in blue coat, with white stock, pastel — 

18 X 13J (Lacey), £2 12s. 6d. 

32 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Dr. Matthew Raine, Master of the Charterhouse, 

a study in charcoal — 3oi X 25J (Gutekunst), £18 i8s. 

PICTURES. 

33 Early English School. Lady and gentleman seated in an apartment, oval^ 

18* X 22J (Jardines), £7 7s. 

34 Venetian School. Piazza in front of a church, with masquerade figures ; and 

interior of a church, with figures, a pair — 38 X 57 (WiUis), £12 12s. 

35 Rembrandt, Head of Rembrandt's mother, with red dress and brown veil, 

panel — 9 x 6J (Beaune), £13 13s. 

36 Hondecoeler, Poultry and pigeons — 28J X 36 (Dickinson), £50 8s. 

37 Lancret, The minuet — 18J X 21J (Renton), £21. 

38 Guardi, F., The Dogana, with gondolas and figures — 4 X 6J (Tooth), £152 5s. 

39 Cotes, Lady in blue slashed dress, with white lace collar, oval — 29 X 24 

(Dyer), £30 gs. 

40 Kneller, The Second Earl oi Carnarvon, in plum -coloured coat, with white 

cravat — 33 x 26 (Vincent), £10 los. 

41 Kneller, Young girl in yellow dress, with blue scarf, standing in a landscape, 

holding a crook — 43I X 35 (Fletcher), £52 los. 

42 Early EngUsh School. Four boys and five girls, on a terrace, arched top — 76 X 

84 (Wells), £94 los. 

43 Mierevelt School. Gentleman in armour, with white lawn collar, panel— 

26} X 21 (Wyatt), £14 14s. 

44 Lanen, C. J. Van der. The fortune-teller: lady, cavalier and gipsy woman 

outside an inn^i8i X 24^ (Barker), £11 os. 6d. 

45 Dutch School. Woody landscape, with figures, panel — 11 J X 15 (Cohen), £(. 4s. 

46 Hugh tenburgh, J. Van, Cavalry engagement — zi X 26i (Jenkinson), £3 13s. 6d. 



Christie's.] Febraary 20, 1914. 161 

47 Heem, Dc, Fruit oa a silver-gilt stand, and dead birds — 21J X 18 (Taylor), 

£10 lOS. 

48 Os, J. Van, Fruit and flowers on a sculptured vase, panel — 2ii X 17 (Wood), 

£25 4S. 

49 Gainsborough, Gentleman in brown coat, oval — 10 X Si (Evans), £14 14s. 

50 Spinny, G. de, Lady in white dress, with blue scarf, holding a basket of flowers 

— 35 X 27 (Weekes), £94 los. 

51 Boucher, La Belle Cuisiniere — 31J X 25 (a framed print by Aveline sold with 

the picture) (Agnew), £30 9s. 

52 Lancret, Lady and a gentleman, with little girl, in a landscape — 14 x 12 

(Kendall), £39 i8s. 

53 Watteau, Pierrot playing a guitar ; other figures behind, panel — 11 X 8 (Ball), 

£23 2S. 

54 Verelst, J., A daughter of George II in blue dress, a squirrel by her side— 

28J X 24J (DobeU), £10 los. 

55 Molenaer, K., Town on a frozen river, with figures, panel — i8i X 24 (Colnaghi), 

£16 i6s. 

56 Early English School. An officer in crimson coat and white vest — 29^X25! 

(CoUings), £4 4S. 

57 Gainsborough, Lady Ray in blue dress, with lace head-dress ; a bimch of 

flowers in her dress, and a fan in her hand — 33J X 27 (Leger), £15 15s. 

58 Van Dyck School. Lady in white dress, with her child by her side — 40J x 33J 

(Barker), £9 19s. 6d. 

59 Cuyp, B., Jacob's dream — 20 X 15 (Glossop), £11 iis. 

60 Orley, Van, Madonna, holding the infant Saviour on a stone ledge before her 

— panel — 31 X 23 (Glen), £30 gs. 

61 Italian School. Saint George and the dragon, panel — 33 X 32 (Cox), 

£31 los. 

62 Aldegrever, Lady in jewelled dress, holding fruit, panel — 23 X 16 (Macey), 

£71 8s. 

63 Dutch School, Gentleman in black dress with white lace collar, panel — 26i 

X 2oi (Glen), £11 iis. 

64 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., (after). Sir William Chambers, R.A., in red dress, 

seated — 51 X 40 (Atwood), £12 12s. 

65 Early English School. Miss E. Tyrell in white muslin dress, with large hat, 

seated, oval — 14J X iij- (Styles), £29 8s. 

66 Marieschi, Canal Reggio, Venice, with gondolas and figures — 14* X 24I (Wallis), 

£24 as. 

67 Tol, D. Van, The lobster-seller, on copper— iij X 8J (CoUings), £S 8s. 

68 Potter, Two cows and two sheep by a tree — 28i X 24* (Lippmann), £2 12s. 6d. 

69 Breughel, Woody landscape, with buildings and figures, panel 21 X 28J 

(Streletskie), £6 i6s. 6d. 

70 Verkolje, J., Lady in white and mauve dress, with brown satin scarf, seated 

— i7i X 15 (Schroeder), £16 i6s. 

71 Ring, P. de. Garlands of flowers and bunches of fruit and vegetables, sur- 

rounding a sculptured niche, which encloses the Madonna, the infant 
Christ and Saint John — 60 X 52 (Eldon), £73 los. 

72 Wouvennan, P., Hunting party in a landscape, panel — i3ixi8J (Hahn), 

£6 9s. 

73 Early EngUsh School. The betrothal ; and companion, a pair — 16^ X I3{ 

(Layden), £29 Ss. 

74 Ekels, Jan, Peasant-woman asleep, man holding a jug standing behind — 

19 X Hi (Reekes), £26 5s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



75 Hogarth, W., Gentleman in yellow embroidered vest and brown coat ; grey 

■wig— 35 X 28J (Kendal), £115 los. 
76 Backer, J. A., Lady in black dress, with white ruff and cap, seated, holding a 

book, panel — zSi X 23 (Holland), £73 los. 
-77 Netscher, G., Lady and gentleman, at a window feeding a parrot, panel — iij 
X 9i (Joames), £37 i6s. 

78 Kneller, Lady in blue dress, gathering orange-blossom — 49 X 39 (Faulkner), 

£14 145- 

79 Brakenburg, R., Interior, with figures, panel — 8J X 6i (Barker), £5 15s. 6d' 

80 Zucchero School. Lady in black dress, with white ruff, panel — 19J X 13 

(Evans), £15 15s. 

81 Ravestejm, H. Van, Interior of a barn, with cookmaid, other figures, animals 

and culinary utensils, panel — 24! X 34i (Godfrey), £12 12. 

82 Molenaer, Landscape, with figures before an inn, panel — 14 x 18J (Hahn), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

83 Vincent, G., Landscape, with windmill and cattle, panel — i2i x i6i (Vicars), 

£31 los. 

84 Gordon, Sir J. Watson, P.R.S.A., Gleam of sunshine— 49^ X 39i (Ceilings), 

£ir ris. 

86 Lely School, Charles II in Roman dress, with flowing wig— 29 x 24 (Evans), 

i9 9S. 

87 Laquy, G. J., Interior, with lady at her toilet ; hairdresser and maid standing 

behind — 17 X 20 (Gooden & Fox), £23 2S. 

88 Peters, Rev. W., R.A., Children with a lamb : young girl in white dress, seated, 

caressing a lamb ; on the left her young brother in blue dress, standing by 
a rose-bush, oval — 37! X 47 (Marshall), £89 5s. 

89 Michau, Th., Peasants outside an inn ; and Peasants in a tavern, a pair — 

26J X 32^ (Van Duren), £3r los. 

90 Dietricy, Itinerant musician — 29J X 24 (Leger), £2 2s. 

91 Meulen, Van der. Battles of Prince Eugene, a set of four— 43 J x 59 (Leger), 

£50 8s. 

92 Canaletto, View of the Grand Canal, Venice, with gondolas and figures — 

14J X 25 (Dyer), £15 15s. 

93 Canaletto, View of Venice, with gondolas and figures — 14! X 25i (Dyer), 

£13 13s. 

94 Steenwyck, H., Interior of a cathedral, with figures, panel — i2i X isi (Leger), 

£7 7s. 

95 Early English School. Gentleman, in dark dress, with white stock and 

powdered hair — 29J X 24! (Leggatt), £13 2S. 6d. 

96 Harlow, Lady in blue dress, resting her left elbow on a stone pedestal — 

39 X 29 (Jones), £15 r5s. 

97 Pickersgill, H. W., Lord Lyndhurst in Chancellor's robes— 29x24 (Aberdare), 

£15 15s. 

98 Verboom, A., Woody river scene, with cattle, panel — I7i X 23^ (Harries), 

£6 6s. 

99 Bosch, B. Van den, Interior of a tavern, with peasants 22 X 29J (Mason), 

£9 19s. 6d. 
100 Rubens School. Head of a gentleman, with white ruff, panel- 17 X 13 (Woodley), 

£7 7s. 
loi Stry, Van, Frozen river scene, with fishermen — 22 X 43 (Ward), £11 iis. 
J02 Zucchero, School of. Lord Burghley in dark dress and cap, with white ruff, 

holding his gloves, panel— 34 y 26 (Legor), £25 4s. 



Christie's.] February 20, 1914. 163 

103 Zucchero, School of. WiUiam Paulet, Marquess of Winchester, Lord Treasurer, 

in dark robe trimmed with fur, wearing the Chain of the Garter, and hold- 
ing a wand, panel — 33 x 25J (Granger), £17 i-s. 

104 Wilson, R., R.A., Hilly landscape, with classical buildings ; waterfall and figures 

in the foreground — 44^ x 49^ (Lewis), £2 2s. 

105 Terxeira, A., Flowers in a sculptured vase, and bird's nest on a slab — 22 X iSJ 

(Withers), £16 i6s. 

106 Lawrence, George IV in military uniform, standing in a landscape — 44^ x 31 

(Bates), £33 i2s. 
J07 Unknown, Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII, m dark dress, holding a 
book — 33 X 26 (Parkenthorpe), £23 2S. 

108 Somer, P. Van, Sir Thomas Lake, Grand Falconer to James I, in dark dress, 

holding his gloves— 46i X 33 (Glen), £35 14s. 

109 Kneller School. Zachary Bayly, Esq., of Bowlish, in blue coat and embroidered 

surcoat ; and his .wife Mercy in red dress and blue cloak, holding a basket 
of fruit, a pair — ifi\ x 39^ (Buck), £28 7s. 
no Kneller School. Portrait of — Bayly, Esq., in blue dress, with grey wig — 

48i x 38i (Justice), £3 3s. 
^lii Heem, De, Lobster, Viands, and other objects of still life — 24J x 32 (Wallis), 
£15 15s. 

112 KauSman, A., R.A., Bacchanals dancing — 43J x 56J (Smith), £42. 

113 Rubens, Jupiter and Cahsto— 29* X 43 J (Leggatt), £9 gs. 

114 English SchoDl. Yoimg girl in white dress and mauve hat, seated ; a dog 

by her side ; and Young girl in brown dress with red scarf, anr) a dove, a 
pair — 29i x 24^ (Dyer), £50 8s. 
.115 Dutch School. Gentleman, with his wife and child at a table, on which are 
dead birds, and still hfe, on panel — 37 X 58 (Boss), £14 14s. 

116 Steen, Interior, with boors carousing — 31 x 26 (Harris), £8 83. 

117 Stevens, A., Boys supporting a basket of flowers, with a bas-relief below, 

signed and dated 1765 — 58 X 40 (Dicl-anson), £60 iSs. 

118 Gorizaler, Susannah and the elders, panel — 38J X 29^ (Wagner), £13 13s. 

119 Jordaens, J., The good Samaritan — 43J x 31 (Cohen), £7 7s. 

120 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., Fletcher Norton, First Baron Grantley ; in Speaker's 

robes, seated at a table — 56 X 44 (Gooden & Fox), £35 14s. 

121 Correggio, Adoration of the magi — 80 X 95 (Cohen), £18 i8s. 

122 Carracci, Vertumnus and Pomona — jr X 63 (GiU) £52 los. 

123 Poiissin, N., N>Tnph and Bacchanals before a temple — 43 J X 59 (White), 

£15 15s. 

124 Lely, Lady in brown dress with blue scarf, seated, with a dog on her lap — 

49 X 39 (Faulkner), £54 12s. 
J25 Flemish School. Lady and her ser\'ant, with dead game and still life — 49i X 40 
(Knoedler), £43 is. 

126 Somer, Van, Young girl in red dress, panel — 10 X 9>\ (Sandra), £10 los. 

127 Correggio, The education of cupid — 53I x 40* (Cohen), £10 los. 

Property of T. C. L. Powys-Keck, Esq., Stoughton 
'Grange, Leicester, 

PICTURES. 

128 Dead grouse — 24i X 29^ (Withers), £1 iis. 6d. 

129 Mountainous river scene, with bridge ; and Driving sheep along a road, a pair 

—27 X 37 (Withers), £4 14s. 6d. 
,130 Gentleman in dark dress with white collar, seated in an arm-chair, holding his 
gloves — 48 X 38 (Cohen), £7 7s. 



1 64 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

131 General in annour, with white lace cravat — 29 x 24 (Leggatt), £4 14s. 6d. 

132 Gentleman in blue coat, and white vest ; and Lady in pink dress, a pair — 

23 X 17 (Grose), £S 8s. 

133 Gentleman in white doublet, holding a baton ; and The marriage of Saint 

Catherine (Cohen), ^Tio los. 

134 Lady in blue dress, oval ; Cromwell; Gentleman in armour; and Shakespeare 

(Boss), £7 7s. 

135 Allen (after). Two portraits of a lady in white muslin dress, with a spaniel, 

by R. Beattie (Leger), £4 4s. 

136 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., (after). Lord Rawstone, by R. Beattie — 28J- X 24 

(Faulkner), £3 13s. 6d. 

137 Boonen, A., The music lesson: lady in blue and white dress, on a balcony, 

playing a guitar, on the right a lady beating time and a gentleman holding 
music (signed, and dated 1720) — 57 X 47J (Pollock), £50 8s. 

138 Carmichael (after). Near Scarborough, by J. Ferguson ; and River scene, with 

fisherfolk (Withers), ;fii iis. 
X39 Dutch School. Classical seaport, with numerous figures ; Animals by a shed ; 
and Two spaniels (Jenkinson), £5 15s. 6d. 

140 French School. Autumn : three children with grapes, in a landscape — 

28J X 49 (Kendal), £12 12s. 

141 Harlow, G. H., Lady, in yellow dress, in a landscape, with her child, octagonal 

frame — 2it X 18 (Leger) £g 19s. 6d. 

142 KneUer, Martha, daughter and heiress of Thomas Benet, Esq., wife of Peter 

Legh, Esq., of Lyme Park, Cheshire, in white and red dress, holding a spear 
—49 X 39 (Permain), £13 13s. 

143 KneUer, John Keck, Esq., in grey coat, with red scarf and white cravat, resting 

his right hand on a table — 48J X 3Si (Justice), £18 i8s. 

144 Kneller, Duke of Marlborough in red dress holding a baton, men-of-war in 

the background— 48i X 38^ (Withers), £18 i8s. 

145 LargilUere, N. de. Prince James Francis Edward Stuart, with his sister. 

Princess Louisa Maria Theresa Stuart : the Prince in crimson dress, wearing 
the Riband and Order of the Garter, standing in a landscape, his sister, 
in white dress, by his side — 75 X 56 (Leggatt), £173 5s. 

146 Lely, Sir P. (after). Lady in yellow dress, with pearls, oval- — 28X23j(Huggins), 

£7 7s. 

147 Loutherbourgh, The storm and a rockv coast scene (Withers), £2 12. 6d. 

148 Mierevelt, Prince Maurice of Nassau in armour, holding a baton — 49JX37J, 

(Van Duren), £S 8s. 

149 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Mrs. Keck, wife ot Anthony J. Keck, Esq., of 

Stoughton Grange, Leicester : in white dress, embroidered with small 
sprigs of flowers, holding a basket containing flowers and a squirrel ; land- 
scape background — 49 X 39 (Martin), £619 los. 

150 Tennant, J., 1836, Milking-time — 26J X 37i (Sampson), £5 15s. 6d. 

151 Van Dyck, Lord Stafiord in armour, holding a baton — 49 X 40 (Leggatt), 

£8 8s. 



Sotheby's.] February 23, 1914. 165 



February 23, 19 14. Sotheby's. 

Engravings in mezzotint and line, mainly by engravers 
of the English School. 

1 Expectation, by J. R. Smith, after W. H. Bunbury (Maggs), £4. 

2 Sketch taken at Portsmouth, by J. R. Smith, after W. H. Bunbury (Lindow), 

£1 2S. 

3 Smith, J. R., Contemplating a miniature ; Society in solitude (Ellis & Smith), 

£20. 

4 Miss Farren, by Bartolozzi, after Lawrence, open-letter proof (Jacobson), £5. 

5 The fortune teller, and The gamesters, by J. R. Smith, after the Rev. VV. 

Peters {P. Daniell), £io. 
y The laundry maid, by P. Dawe, after H. Morland (Lindow), £2. 

8 Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, published by Wilkinson (Ellis & Smith), 

£13 los. 

9 Mrs. Braddyll, by W. Ward, after Braddyll, proof (Price), £g 15s. 

10 Mr. Hayley, by J. Jacobe, after G. Romney, proof (Price), £3. 

11 Sir TIios. Bernard, by W. Ward, after J. Opie, proof (Leggatt), £2 5s. 

12 Felicia, by J. R. Smith, proof (Leggatt), £5. 

13 Lord Hardmcke, proof, touched by the artist (Leggatt), £2. 

15 Lord Howe's victory ; and The glorious first of June, by Pouncy, after Cleveley 

(Parker), £5. 

16 Attention ; and Inattention, by R. M. Meadows, after J. R. Smith, large paper, 

in colours (Jackson), £45. 

17 The sensitive plant, by W. Nutter, after R. Westall, in colours (Saunders), £20. 

18 Mrs. Moimtain, by C. Turner, after L. Masquerier, in colours (Richards), £3. 

19 Juvenile reluctance; and Juvenile opposition, by J. Alais, after F. Wheatley 

(Sabin), £2 15s. 

20 The cottage fireside, by Barnard, after G. Morland ; Farmer's boy as bird- 

catcher, by J. Ward ; and Mary's dream (Lindow), £4 5s. 

21 Fishermen on shore, by Hilton ; and Fishermen going out, by S. W. Reynolds, 

after G. Morland (Ellis & Smith), £9 los. 

22 The country butcher; Feeding the pigs, by J. R. Smith; and The sailors' 

conversation, by W. Ward, after G. Morland (Lindow), £15 los. 

24 Return from market, by J. R. Smith ; Stable amusement ; The alehouse door, 

by W. Ward, after G. Morland (EUis & Smith), £22. 

25 The steam coach passing Hyde Park Corner (RimeU), £1. 

36 The life school at the Royal Academy, by R. Earlom, after J. Zofiany (Parker), 

£3 5S. 

37 Mr. Ramsden, by J. Jones, after R. Home, open-letter proof (Saunders), £1 8s. 

38 Sir Robert Murray Keith, by J. Jacobe, after A. Graff (Saunders), £3 15s. 

39 Lady Williams, by Beckett, after W. WissLug (Dodd), £1 i8s. 

46 Henry Comte de Nassau, by J. Smith, after Kneller (Price), £1. 

47 The Lady Howard ; and the Duchess of Bolton, by J. Smith, after Kneller 

(Lindow), £5. 

48 Godart Baron de Ginkel, Earl of Athlone ; and Amolde Joost, Earl of Albe- 

marle, by J. Smith, after Kneller. (EUis & Smith), £2. 

49 Henry Comte de Nassau ; and Princess Anne of Denmark, by J. Smith, after 

KneUer (BraU), £1 15s. 

50 Mary Princess of Orange, by R. Williams, after W. Wissing ; and Queen Mary, 

after N. de Largilliere, by J. Smith (Hannaford), £1 15s. 
51A Miss Lascelles, by J. Watson, after F. Cotes (Price), £2 5s. 



1 66 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

52 Earl of Derby, by R. Tompson, after Sir P. Lely (Lindow), £1. 

53 Lady Elizabeth Cromwell, by J. Smith, after Kneller, (Saunders), £2 los. 

54 Duchess of Cleveland, by Browne, after Sir P. Lely (Parker), £2 ids. 

57 Due de Nemours, by Nanteuil, second state, with date 1652 (R. D. 198) ; 

Charles le Tellier, 1664 (R. D. 139) (Macdonald), £2 15s. 

58 Comte de Chauvigny, by Nanteuil, after Champagne ; and Cardinal Barberin, 

by Nanteuil (Lindow), £2 12s. 

59 Cardinal Mazarin, by Nanteuil, only state ; De Lamoignon, by Nanteuil, first 

state, with date 1659 (R. D. 119) (Buist), £2. 

60 The Countesses (12), by P. Lombart, after Van Dyck (Ellis & Smith), £4. 

61 Rembrandt etching, Abraham sacrificing Isaac (Gutekunst), £11 los. 

62 Rembrandt etching. The little entombment (Gutekunst), £24. 

63 The Chandos Shakespeare, by Samuel Cousins, R.A., finished trial proof 

(Leggatt), £10. 
54 Lady EUiott by J. Watson, after Kettle (Arthur), £8 ids. 

65 The oracle, by F. Dixon, proof before letters (Arthur), £4. 

66 Prudence and beauty, by F. Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, in colours (Messer), £14. 
68 Duty and affection, by P. W. Tomkins, after Miss Julia Conyers, a pair (F. 

Daniell), £7 15s. 
68a Admiral Lord Keith, by S. W. Reynolds, after H. P. Danloux, etched-letter 
proof, restored (A. Davis), £10. 

74 Reynolds, Sir J., Miss Powell, by R. Houston, proof (Motton), £12. 

75 Romney, G., Sensibility, by R. Earlom, open-letter proof (Morley), £14. 

76 Romney, G., Lady Hamilton at the spinning-wheel, by T. Cheesman (Nixon), 

£12 los. 

77 Romney, G., Alope, by R. Earlom, open-letter proof (Nixon), £5. 

78 Kauffman, A., Cupid binding Aglaia to a laurel, by T. Burke, open-letter 

proof (F. Daniell), £16 los. 

79 Kauffman, A., Abra, by T. Burke, proof (Leggatt), £18. 

80 Cipriani, Venus bathing, by F. Bartolozzi, proof, sketch on the margin (Leggatt), 

£7. 

81 Bartolozzi, Affection and innocence, by P. W. Tomkins, open-letter proof, ia 

bistre (Maggs), £10. 

82 Ryland, W. Wynn, Marianne, proof, in red (Nixon), £3 los. 

83 Lady Diana Beauclerk, Duchess of Devonshire, and Georgiana Spencer, by 

F. Bartolozzi, proof, in red (Brail), £8. 

84 Smith, J. R., A lady working, oval, in bistre, proof (Norton), £7 los. 

85 Cosway, R., Maria Cosway, by F. Bartolozzi, proof, in bistre (F. Daniell), £5. 

86 Downman, G., Miss Boyd, by P. W. Tomkins, proof, in bistre (Sabin), £20. 

87 Downman, G., Mrs. Siddons, by P. W. Tomkins, proof, in bistre (Maggs), £25. 

88 Benwell, J. H., Girl asking alms, by F. Bartolozzi, proof (Leggatt), £3 los. 
90 Kauffman, A., Portrait of the artist, by J. Watson, proof (Hastie), £10. 

92 Lawrence, Sir T., Lady Fane, by C. Turner, proof (Hastie), £9 15s. 

93 Lawrence, Sir T., Lady Lyndhurst, by S. Cousins (James), £6 5s. 

94 Lawrence, Sir T., Countess Grosvcnor, by S. Cousins (Maggs), £8. 

95 Gainsborough, T., Girl and pigs, by R. Earlom, open-letter proof (Brall),''£5. 

96 Reynolds, Sir J., The age of innocence, by C. Turner, proof (W. Sabin),' £9^95. 

97 Edridge, H., Mrs. Long, by S. W. Reynolds, proof (Saunders), £5 5s. 

98 Constable, J., The windmill, by D. Lucas, proof (Parker), £4 5s. 

99 Clostermann, Thomas Maxwell, by J. Smith (Meatyard), i8s. 

100 The rainbow, by S. W. Reynolds, after Rubens, engraver's proof (Maggs), '£11. 
loi Portrait of a lady, etching, by A. Mathey, after Holbein, remarque proof 
(Gooden & Fox), £2 15s. 



Sotheby's.] February 23, 1914- 167 

Sia Joshua Reynolds. 

103 Portrait of the artist, by J. Watson (WTiite), {2 15s. 

X04 Miss H. Powell, by R. Houston (White), £3 5s. 

105 Dr. Johnson, by W. Doughty (Jackson), £2 los. 

106 Lady Anne Dawson, by J. McArdell (Harris), £4. 

107 Richard Burke, by J. Ward ( ), £2 5s. 

108 Miss Kemblc, by J. Jones (W. Sabin), £12 ids. 

109 Mrs. Abington, by J. Watson (Johnson), £10. 

no Lady Sarah Bunbury, by E. Fisher (Johnson), £8 15s. 

Ill Cupid as a link boy, by J. Dean (F. Daniell), £3 15s. 

113 Miss Nelly O'Brien, by J. Watson (Barnard), £1. 

113 Miss Kitty Fisher as " Cleopatra," by E. Fisher (G. Lcyton). £1 ijs. 

114 C. Lucas, M.D., by J. McArdell; and another (Hannaford), £1 los. 

115 Mrs. Mary Hope, by E. Fisher, second state (Maodonald), £2. 

116 Mrs. Carnac, by J. R. Smith (Parsons), £14. 

117 Kneller, G., Earl of Bridgwater, by J. Smith (Oldham), £2. 

nS Rubens, Helena Forman, by W. Pether, proof (Leggatt), £6 15s. 

119 Metzu, Two figures in a room, lady seated sealing letter, proof (F. Daniell), £15. 

120 Brun, Le, Portrait of Flamingo, the sculptor, by W. Pether, first state (Rimell), 

£7 5S. 

121 Rembrandt, The artist's wife in the character of " A Jew bride," by W, Pether, 

proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £32. 

122 Portrait of Flamingo, by J. McArdell, first state. (Maggs), £11 los. 

Property of the late W. Walker, Esq., 47, Caversham 
Road, N.W. 

123 Louis XVI in state robes, by Bervic, after Callot, line engraving (Reader), 

£2 1 6s. 

124 Politics, by Wells, aquatint, and Macbeth and the witches, by Jones, after 

Romney (Brail), £2. 

125 Queen Charlotte, and another, by T. Fry (Reader), £1 los. 

127 A village fair ; and A fete in the grounds of a chateau, by D. Vinckebooms 
(Saunders), £5 los. 

130 Simplicity, by S. Cousins, after Reynolds, proof impression, signed (James), £5. 

131 " Love me, love my dog," by S. Cousins, after Reynolds, signed proof (James), 

£7 lOS. 

132 Morland, G., Watering the cart horse ; Rubbing down the post horse ; Fighting 

dog ; and Dog and cat, by J. R. Smith, a set of four (Saunders), £10. 

Property of Mrs. Bowker, 21, Lansdowne Place, Hove. 

133 Ward, James, Sunset: A view in Leicestershire, after Morland (Maggs), £49. 

135 Smith, J. R., Serena, after G. Romney (Brail), £4 5s. 

136 Jones, J., after G. Romney: The Honourable Mrs. Beresford (W. Sabin), £34. 

138 Venus and Cupid, after Zuccarelli, circle in brown (Brail), £1 15s. 

139 Green, Valentine, The Right Honourable Charles William Henry Earl of 

Dalkeith, after Sir J. Reynolds (Meatyard), £1 i6s. 

142 Green. V., Miss Brusby, after Falconet (Breun), £1. 

143 Ward, W., Lady Georgina Herbert, after Jackson, open-letter proof (Breun), 

£1 1 5s. 

Other properties. 

149 The Windsor beauties : — Duchess of Cleveland ; Duchess of Richmond 
Countess of Ossory ; Countess of Northumberland ; Countess of Rochester, 
and Lady Whitmore, by Thos. Watson, after Sir P. Lely (W. Sabin), £20. 



i68 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

150 Master Douglas ; Miss Douglas, by W. Say, after Miss Douglas, proofs before 

letters (Parker), £1 15s. 

151 George Canning, by W. Say, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof (A. Davis), £2 15s. 

152 Sir Sydney Smith, by W. Say, after Porter (Maggs), £4. 

153 Benjamin West, by W. Pether, after Lawrenson, proof (Meatyard), £4 15s. 

154 The Lord Viscount Milton in Yeomanry uniform, by J. Jones, after T. Beach 

(Parker), £5 5s. 

155 Masters Drummond, by V. Green, after B. West, proof (F. Daniell), £6. 

156 Alexander Adair, by C. Turner, after Sir Martin Shee, open-letter proof (F. 

DanieU), £5. 

157 Lord Byron, by C. Turner, after B. West, proof before all letters (Jackson), 

is 5S. 

158 Lady Elizabeth Cromwell, by J. Smith, after Kneller (Jackson), £2 15s. 
158A Lady Erskine, by Watson, after A. Ramsay (McDonald), £2 5s. 

159 John Duke of Marlborough, by J. Smith, after Kneller (Maggs), £5 los. 
159A The Lord Churchill's two daughters, by J. Smith, after Kneller (Buist), £1 15s. 
159B Earl of Tweeddale, by J. Smith, after Kneller (A. Davis), £2. 

160 Rembrandt's wife as " A Jew bride," by W. Pether, after Rembrandt (Meat- 

yard), £1 los. 

161 Mathew Prior, by J. Simon, after J. Richardson (Dodd), £1 los. 
161A J. Dryden, by White, after Kneller (Maggs), £2 15s. 

162 Cornells van Tromp, by A. Blooteling, after Sir P. Lely, line engraving (Parker), 

£3. 

163 Louise Duchess of Portsmouth, mezzotint, by Blooteling, after Sir P. Lely, 

second state (F. Daniell), £6. 

165 Cardinal Mazarin, by R. Nanteuil, first state before inscription (R. D. 175) 

(Johnson), £3 15s. 

166 L. Goyon de JIatignon, first state, with the pectoral cross (R. D. 172) (Dodd), 

£1 153. 



February 24, 19 14. Sotheby's. 

Drawings, many being in water-colour, together with a few 
Etchings, the property of the late Sir Charles Robinson, 
C.B., F.S.A. 

DRAWINGS BY BRITISH ARTISTS. 
(In Monochrome.) 

2 Barrett, G., Woody landscape, with a stream, sepia ( ), £2 5s. 

David Cox. 

10 Old cottage near Uxbridge ; and another sepia (Agnew), £5. 

11 Snowdon, with cattle in the foreground, signed and dated (Agnew), £12. 

12 Landscape with windmill ; and The coast near Hastings, sepia (Agnew), £10. 

13 Landscape, with flock of sheep, sepia (Agnew), £10. 

14 View near Llanfair, N. Wales, in pencil, signed (Falser), £5. 

15 Crome, J., Labourers at the entrance to a wood, signed and dated (Rimell), 

£7 2S. 6d. 

16 Crome, J., Landscape, with village in the distance, pencil washed with sepia, 

and Landscape, with ruined shed, sepia, with a water-colour sketch on 
the back (Falser), £12. 

17 Crome, J., Landscape with cattle and figures, sepia ; and an Old oak, tinted 

(Falser), £5. 



Sotheby's.] February 24, 1914. 169 

18 Motte, W. de La, View near Marlow, pen and wash on grey paper (Rimell), 

£1 I2S. 

19 De Wint. P., Timber yard on the bank of a river, crayon and wash ; Cattle 

in a landscape, sepia, and another (Agnew), £io. 

25 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Landscape with huntsmen, black chalk, framed 

(Mathey), £12. 

26 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Rural landscape, with an old tree, pencil, framed 

(Maggs), £5. 

30 Heame, T., St. Albans Abbey, pencil and wash ; with the engraving (R. Ward), 

£5. 

31 Hogarth, W., A drawing academy (" Mr. Paroussele at Rome, 1738 "), in red 

chalk (R. Norton), £13. 
33 Hunt, W., David Cox playing chess, in pencil (Agnew), £15. 
49 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Dover Castle, grey wash ; and Old London houses, 

in pencil (R. Ward), £8 5s. 
52 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., Study for the " Distraining for rent," pen and ink (Col- 

naghi & Obach), £6. 

Sir F. Seymour Haden. 

54 A water meadow (Sir W. R. Drake, 20), first state, signed (Simpson), £7 ids. 

55 Early morning: Richmond (D. 21), second state, signed (Gutekunst), £23. 

56 Shere Mill Pond, the small plate (D. 34), trial proof, signed (Maggs), £4 los. 

57 Whistler's House at Old Chelsea (D. 47), first state, signed (Gutekunst), £12 15s. 

58 Kilgaren Castle (D. 58) ; and Cardigan Bridge (D. 60), both signed (Walker), 

£3 15s. 

59 Harlech (D. 137), the mezzotinted plate (Meatyard), £1 5s. 

60 Wareham Bridge (D. 159), signed (Brown &. PhiUips), £6. 

61 Grim Spain (D. 168), signed, framed (Parsons), £2. 

62 Cowdray Park, with cattle and geese, signed (Leggatt), £2 2S. 

63 Encombe Woods, first state, signed (E. Parsons), £3. 

64 Newton Manor (D. 157), second state, signed, framed (Maggs), £4. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAV/INGS. 

66 Bonington, R. P., The Luxembourg and its garden — 3 x si (Leggatt), £12 12s. 

67 Hunt, WiUiam, Dr. Munro's burnt stable at Bushey, showing the doctor 

superintending the rebuilding — 14J x loj (Agnew), £13. 

68 Miiller, W., Topsail schooner — 13 x igi (Walker), £8. 
68a Miiller, W., The Rialto, Venice— 5 x 9 (Falser), £4 los. 

69 Havell, W., Rocky landscape and waterfall — 6^ x 10 (Palser), £2 7s. 6d. 
69A Cox, D., Aqueduct of Marly, near Paris — 7 x 10 (Walker), £4. 

70 Gfrtin, Thomas, Newcastle-on-Tyne, with river and shipping — 3^ x 6 ; and 

View in Bath, showing the Abbey in background — gh x 8 (Brown and 
PhiUips), £15. 

71 Nasmyth, Patrick, Richmond, Yorkshire — 9 X iij (Robinson), £3 ids. 

72 Gfrtin, Thomas, Severn and Wye : Sunset — loi X 15 (VV'alker), £12 los. 
72A Cozens, J., Mountainous scene — 10 X i4i (Palser), £2 5s. 

74 De Wint, Peter, Chertsey Church from the river — 5 x 6i (James), £3. 

75 Cozens, J., Italian landscape, with hilly background — 10 x 15 ; Moimtainous 

landscape with castle — 10 x 14^ ; The Port of Vietri — loj x 15 ; and 
View of Padua — 10 x 14^ (Palser), £22 los. 

76 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Great Malvern Churchyard — 10 x 14 (Walker), £25. 
79 Westall, R., R.A., A visit to the cripple — 5 X 4 (C. E. Innes), £4 15s. 



lyo ART PRICES CURRENT. 

80 Collins, W., R.A., Four small landscapes, on one mount (Meatyard), £2 8s. 
80A Stothard, T., R.A., A tiger— 4 x 7 (Pitcher), £3 5s. 

81 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., A cafe on the Bosphorus, Constantinople — 7 X loj 

(Meatyard), £2 15s. 

82 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., Storming of Seringapatam — 18J X 12 (Meatyard), £1 12s. 
82A Fuseli, H., R.A., A witch at her incantations — 9 X ni (Llewellyn), £2 2s. 
■83 Hunt, WUliam, The artist's daughter — 8 x 4 ; and Girl seated, knitting — 

12 X 9 (Mrs. N. Robinson), £3 5s. 

84 Nasmyth, Patrick, Studies in foliage, a pair — 11 J x 8i (Agnew), £7. 

85 Havell, W., Park scene, Westmorland — 5 X 7 ; and A landscape : Head of 

Pottersdale, looking over valley — 9 x 13 (Hale White), £4. 

86 Hunt, William, The building of London Bridge— 6J X 9J (Palser), £9 5s. 

87 Hunt, William, 1824, St. Martin's Church from Pall Mall— i4i X iij (Palser), 

£11 lOS. 
87A Himt, William, 1824, Still life : Hare and lobster — 4J x 9 (Mercer), £1 los. 

88 De Wint, Peter, Mountainous landscape, with windmill on reverse side — 9 x 8 

(Hale White), £2 5s. 
88a Leitch, W. L., Dunfermline, 1847— 11 X isi (Walker), £1 5s. 

89 Miiller, William, The farm house— 9 X i7i ; and Interior of a kitchen — 

9 X 12 (R. Ward), £3. 

90 Constable, John, R.A., House opposite Jack Straw's Castle — 3J x 4i (Brown 

and Phillips), £6. 
90A Francia, 1805, Farmyard, with pool and ducks — 9i X 9 (Mercer), £5. 

91 Owen, Samuel, R.A., 1819, Coast scene with shipping and figures — si X 9 

(R. Ward), £2 15s. 

92 Barrett, Gleorge, Fountains Abbey — 6 X 9 (Hale White), £2 15s. 

93 Holland, James, Interior of a church— lo X 14 (Perkins), £7 los. 

David Cox. 

94 Pont Royal, Paris — 5 X 7i ; and Village scene with bridge — 7J X 11 (Palser), 

£16 10s. 

95 Cader Idris — 6i x 10 (Agnew), £21. 

95A Church exterior, Paris — 13 x 10 (Palser). £20. 

96 The farrier's shop — 11x8 ; and Pont des Arts, Paris — 10 x 10 (Walker), £20. 

97 Sand pit, with horses and figures — 6 J x 11 ; and Welsh river scene — 8i X 11 J 

(Agnew), £16. 

98 Welsh river scene — 14J X igi (Jukes), £11. 

99 Wilkie, Sir David, R.A., 1820, Reading the will— 4 X si (Mrs. N. Robinson), 

£12. 
100 Prout, Samuel, Mount Edgcumbe — 10 X 9 (Hale White), £1 8s. 
loi Holland, James, Lynmouth, North Devon, unfinished — I4i X 21 (Leggatt), 

£25 IDS. 

102 Turner, Farmyard with two men standing by a gate — 8 X 9 ; and Boys, T., 

1831, View on the Seine — I2i X 19 (E. Parsons), £19. 

103 Leitch, W. L., Valence— 5 x 8 (R. Ward), £5 5s. 

104 Hxint, William, Somerset House — 10 x 15J (Jukes), £7. 

105 Nash, J., 1865, Interior of a Cathedral, with tomb — 13 X 19 (Agnew), £11. 

106 Barrett, George, Castle Howard — 6i X si ; and Picnic party in a storm — 

5i X 7i (Martin), £4 10s. 
:o7 Finch, F. O., I-andscape with view of Castle Howard in background — 11 J X 16 

(Mercer), £6 los. 
107A Cristall, J., Highland Landscape with figures in foreground — iii X i7i 

(Palser), £7. 
108 Hunt, W., Essex Chantry, Watford Church— 18 x 14 (Jackson), £12. 



Sotheby's] February 24, 1914. 171 

Other properties. 

109 Rebecca at the well, by N. Poussin, sepia (Jason), ^i los. 

no Abraham dismissing Hagar and Ishmael, Rembrandt, sepia (E. Parsons), £i $s. 

113 Guardi, Venice : The Square of St. Marks ; and The comer of the Grand Canal 

and Cannaraggio, pen sketches, washed in bistre (E. Parsons), £25. 

DRAWINGS BY OLD MASTERS. 

114 Vecelli, Tiziano (Titian), 1477-1576, His own portrait, pen and bistre (Val- 

lentin), £1. 

117 Gel^e, Claude (Claude Lorrain), Landscape with figures driving cattle over a 

river, signed Claudio Lorence, pen and ink (R. Norton), £6. 

118 Loo, Pieter van. Fruit and flowers, in water-colours, signed (Jackson), £3. 

120 Borch, Gerard Te.r, Portrait of a young man, in red chalk (E. Parsons), £1 i8s. 

121 Spranger, B., 1546-1627, Group of satyrs, red chalk (Vallentin), £1 5s. 

122 Huysum, Jan van, 1682-1749, Poppy, rose and convolvulus, in water-colours, 

signed (Norton), £1 5s. 

123 Huysum, Jan van, 1682-1749, Group of flowers in a vase, black chalk (Jason), 

£6 los. 

124 Rembrandt, 1606-1669, Sacrifice of Isaac, first study, pen and ink (Mathey), 

£8 15s. 

125 Rembrandt, 1606-1669, Single figure, pen and ink (Mathey), £10 los. 

126 Watteau, Antoine, 1684-1721, Portrait of a gentleman, in red chalk (Parlvin), 

£4- 

127 Watteau, Antoine, 1684-1721, Soldier sleeping, in red chalk (Meatyard), £3. 

128 Greuze, J. B., 1725-1805, Priest seated in a chair, red chalk (R. Norton), £3 los. 

Drawings by Thomas Rowlandson. 

129 Italian picture dealer humbugging my Lord Anglaise ; Raising the wind 

(Maggs), £3. 

130 A drawing with four figures (Deglatigny), £3 5s. 

131 A Jew d'Esprit ; O ! these are the joys of dancing days ! ; and another (Rimell) 

£3. 

132 Stealing a pair of gloves (Falser), £13. 

133 My son Jacky returned from his travels ; and two others (Tregaskis), £4 7s. 6d. 

134 Cavalry soldier firing on horseback (Deglatigny), £2 5s. 

135 Nuns escaping ; Interior of a hall with divines dining ; and two others (Tre- 

gaskis), £6. 

136 Interior of the Royal E.xchange (Deglatigny), £4 5s. 

137 Poets' comer ; A\'estminster Bridge ; Richmond Park Gate ; Cuckfield, Sussex 

(E. Parsons), £5 los. 

138 Views in Yorkshire : Knaresborough ; Ferry Bridge ; Doncaster ; Micklegate, 

York (Maggs), £4 5s. 

139 Embarkation at Southsea, June 20th, after Lord Howe's action (Deglatigny), 

£3 los. 

140 Entrance to Conway Castle ; Abbot's Kitchen ; View in South Wales ; North 

Coast ; Parkhampton Priory ; Castle, Cornwall ; and View near Cheltenham 
(Maggs), £4 los. 
142 Entrance to Dover Castle ; and A House in Canterbury (Maggs), £1 3s. 



172 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



February 27, 1914. Christie's. 

Pictures and Drawings, the property of the late J. 
Griffith Dearden, Esq., Walcot Park, Stamford, and The 
Manor House, Rochdale ; and Modern Pictures and Water 
Colour Drawings, from other sources 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Bird, S., 1877, Taking horses down to the sea : Bognor — 13J x igf (Junes), 

£6 6s. 

2 Branegan, J. F., Near Hastings — 17J X 29 (Sampson), £1 is. 

3 Bundy, Edgar, 1903, The welcome ; and The adieu, a pair — 14 x loj (Smith), 

4 Hardy, J., jun.. Waiting to collect the game- — 21 X 31 (Smith), £42. 

5 Hardy, J., jun., 1878, Dead grouse ; and Dead pheasant, a pair — 7 X loi 

(Bowden), £7 7s. 

6 Pearson, C, 1867, On Loch Katrine, Perthshire — 7J X 19 (Mullen), £5 5s. 

7 Richardson, Edward, 1866, Marksburg on the Rhine — 25i X 39i (Bowden), 

8 Richardson, T. M., sen., Durham — gj X 14J (Palser), £19 19s. 

9 Castle of Nassau ; and In the village of SajTi, a pair — 9 J x 13 J (Vicars), £7 7s. 

10 Steeple, J., 1867, In the Forest of Arden ; and A Highland loch (Bowden), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

11 Varley, John, Eastern street scene — 13J x 9 (Harries), £3 13s. 6d. 

12 Wainewright, T. F., 1865, Ewp5 and lambs on the bank of a river — gj x 19 

(Vicars), £g igs. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

13 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1864, Road across the moor, with figures and donkey — 

16J X 29J (Smith), £17 17s. 

14 Glindoni, H. G., 1904, Once bit, twice shy — 29i X 39! (Polak), £22 is. 

15 Percy, S. R., 1S71, Driving cattle over a Highland Pass — 37^ X 60 (Sampson), 

£12 12. 

16 Shayer, W., sen., 1856, On the beach near Hastings — 15^ X 23^ (Cassell), £42. 

17 Shayer, W., sen.. The keeper's daughter, with pony and dogs — zgi X 24 

(Cassell), £42. 



Property of the late T. J. Grylls, Esq., Park Gate, East 
Finchley, N. 

18 An Arimdel print of the adoration of the Mystic Lamb, after Van Eyck (Grose), 

£9 igs. 6d. 

DRAWINGS. 

19 Burton, W. P., Dunsford Common ; and Poplars : early autumn by W. Small, 

1872 (George), £5 5s. 

20 Collier, T., Crossing a moorland — gj x i3i (Permain), £28 7s. 

21 Collier, T., Haslcmere ; and Coast scene (Vicars), £13 13s. 

22 Holloway, C. E., 1880, Lymington Flats— 2if x 34i (Littleton), £7 7s. 

23 Weedon, A. W., 1875, Peat-cutters— i2i X igi (Gill), £8 8s. 



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PICTURES. 

24 Bundy, Edgar, 1887, Persuasion, R. A. 1887 — 40 X 60 (Sampson), £13 13s. 

25 Ellis, Edwin, On the Cornish Coast — 14 X 23^ (A. Wilson), £14 14s. 

26 French School, Gentleman in red coat and grey cloak ; white lace cravat — 

37 X 26 (Reid), £5 5S. 

27 Gainsborough, Gentleman, in blue coat and white vest ; powdered wig — 

29 X 24 (Tooth), £27 6s. 

28 Ibbetson, J. C, Landscape, with figiures in the foreground — 33! X 52* (Mait- 

land), £8 8s. 

29 Kneller, Sir G., Richard Leveridge, in brown cloak, holding a piece of music, 

oval — 28i X 24 (Coureau), £17 17s. 

30 McKay, W. D., R.S.A., Cottages by a river ; and A nibble, by J. White, 1880 

(Sampson), £5 5s. 

31 Opie, J., R.A., Gentleman Jackson, in dark blue coat, oval — 34^ X 27 (Leger), 

£5 5S. 

32 Venetian School, Head of a donor ; and Buildings in a landscape, panel (Wilson), 

15s. 

33 Weyer, G., Gentleman in dark dress with lace collar, oval — 29 X 24} (Coureau), 

£10 lOS. 

34 Zouest, C, The artist in dark dress— 29 X 24 (Leger), £5 5s. 



Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

35 Hanshew, J., Lady Westmorland, with her sister, when young, in white 

frocks— 14 X iij (Roe), £4 14s. 6d. 

36 Foster, Birket, Roadside Cottage — 4 X 6i (Sampson), £21. 

37 Bume-Jones, SirE., i885,Study of a girl's head, brown chalk on coloured paper, 

16 X 12J (Early), £10 los. 

38 Knight, J. Buxton, The mUl : sunset; and The lambing season, a pair, pastels, 

13 J X igi (A. Wilson), £10 los. 

39 Knight J. Bu,xton, Cottage farm, pastel — 13 x 19 (H. Wilson), £5 5s. 

40 Knight, J. Buxton, In the sheepfold, pastel — 13 J X 18 (Lister), £5 15s. 6d. 

41 Nash, F., Brighton and the Old Chain Pier— 8i X 14I (Savile), £6 i6s. 6d. 

42 Duncan, E., Ship in a storm — 19 J x 28i (Whale), £7 7s. 

43 Haghe, L., 1875, Christening-font, St. Peter's, Rome — 37^ X 30 (Mitchell) , 

£21. 

PICTURES. 

44 Vincent, G., Pathway through a forest, with peasant on a white horse — 

29 X 24i (Leafe), £5 5s. 

45 Ansdell, R., R.A., Gossips at an old Moorish wcU, Granada, R.A., 1870 — 

29 X 52i (WilUs), £35 14s. 

46 Dobson, W. C. T., R.A., 1863, The Holy Family returned from Egypt, arched 

top, R.A. 1863-324 X 48 (WeUer), £21. 

" He came and dwelt in a city called Nazareth." 

47 Leslie, C. R., R.A., The Princes in the Tower : From the collection of the poet 

Rogers, for whom it was painted — i6i X i2i (Peabody), £3 3s. 

48 Knight, J . Buxton, Harvest-time : Old Basing, Hants — iij X i5i (A. WUsou), 

£10 los. 

49 Knight, J. Buxton, Haymaking by twilight — i2i X 19^ (Smith), £21. 



174 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

50 Monfallet, A. F., 1859, Playing skittles at Versailles, in the time of Louis XV, 

panel — 12 X i5i (White), £16 16s. 

51 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., 1889, The grandfather's boat— 19^ X 294 (Mullen), 

£81 i8s. 

52 Herring, J. F., sen., Vulcan and Hebe— 45 X 55, (Ellis), £35 14s. 

53 Nicol, Ersldne, A.R.A., i860, The widow Machree— 21J X 31 (Eardley), 

;f94 los. 

Property of the late J. Griffith Dearden, Esq., Walcot 
Park, Stamford, and the Manor House, Rochdale. 

DRAWINGS. 

54 Dearden, T., Bay of Naples, a set of three ; gouache— 134 X 174 (Permain), £1. 

55 Tayler, F., Hunting scene in the Highlands — 14J x 234 (Cassell), £21. 

56 Thorne-Waite, R., The shepherds' meet^ — 14J x 22 (Cassell), £36 15s. 

57 Varley, J., Carnarvon Castle— 20 X 34 (Bowden), £32 lis. 

58 Whymper, J., The cornfield — 204 X 28 (Mullen), £17 17s. » 

PICTURES. 

59 Duck-shooting on the coast ; and A pastel drawing of the same (Grose), 12s. 

60 A setter ; and A pointer, a pair, vignettes (Grose), £1 is. 

61 The village choir ; and A sepia drawing of the same (Grose), £2 2s. 

62 Ansdell, R., R.A., 1853, The game-bag — 244 X 354 (Evans), £14 14s. 

63 Barraud, W., 1839, A bloodhound ; and A terrier (Grose), 15s. 

64 Bazzani, L., 1884, An Offering to Jupiter, panel — 254 X 13 (Evans), £12 12s. 

65 Blaas, E. de, Venetian courtship — ^39 X 25 (Mitchell), £162 15s. 

66 De BrSanski, Alfred, Snowdon and Dolbadam Castle, from Llauberis Lake, 

North Wales — 234 X 354 (D- Wilson), £9 19s. 6d. 

67 De Bryansk!, Alfred, The Fox's path to Cader, Dolgelly — 234 X 352 (Paris)^ 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

68 Calvert, H., 1840, Dapple-grey horse in a pasture — 244 X 294 (Browne), 

£1 los. 

69 Carter, R. H., Harvest of the sea — 254 x 454 (Lewers), £12 12s. 

70 Charlemont, Ed., The dcspatch-boarcr, panel — 18 X 11 (Tooth), £78 15s. 

71 Charlton, J., 1897, J. Grifiith Dearden, Esq., seated, with a dog — 49 X 40 

(Sampson), £2 12s. 6d. 

72 Ciardi, G., Harbour of Malamocco, Venice, panel — 15 X 23 (Evans), £8 8s. 

73 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1886, Cookliam, R.A., 1886—364 X 56^ (Sampson), £178 los. 

74 Colo, Vicat, R.A., 1884, Hilly rivor scene — 12 X 20 (Mitchell), £56 14s. 

75 Conti, Tito, The mandolin-player — 20 X i64 (Cassell), £19 19s. 

76 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1890, Morning in October, R.A. 1890 — 394 X 314 (Sampson), 

£40 19s. 
jy Creswick, T., R.A., 1841, Mill on the Tees — 41 X 59 (Lister), £13 13s. 

78 Creswick, T., R.A., The torrent— igj X 274 (Carroll), £4 4s. 

79 Elmore, Edith, 1885, Still life ; and A girl reclining (Lewers), £3 3s. 

80 Etty, W., R.A., Venus, panel — 254 X 19 (Marchant), £32 iis. 



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81 Evans, G., 1837, Cupid and Psyche ; and Angel's heads (Grose), £3 ras. 6d. 

82 Glover, J., Ruined Abbey: Cattle on a road in the foreground — 28 X 43i 

(Evans), £5 5s. 

83 Godward, J. VV., 1904, Repose — 14J X 29 (Tooth), £68 5s. 

84 Graham, Peter, R.A., 1880, Edge of a Highland loch— igi X zgi (Cassell), 

£220 lOS. 

85 Graham, Peter, R.A., 1884, Highland river— igj X 2gi (Cassell), £210. 

86 Graham, Peter, R.A., 1885, A spate in the Highlands — 2gi X 24i (Cassell), 

£262 10s. 

87 Gregory, E. J., R.A., The pose— I5i X 11 J (Carroll), £7 7s. 

88 Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., 1883, A bed of water-lilies— 40 X 7r (Huggins), 

£65 2S. 

89 Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., 1884, Morning ; and Evening, a pair — 2oi X ssi 

(Vicars), £90 6s. 
go Halswelle, Keeley, A.R.S.A., 1887, Rye, Sussex— 23^ X 35i (Mitchell), £37 i6s. 
gi Hodges, J. Sydney, J. Griffith Dearden, Esq., holding a cane — 55 X 39i 

(Justice), £1 IS. 
92 Hurt, L. B., 1905, In far Lochaber ; on the River Treig — 35i X 53 (Leg^att), 

£152 5S. 
g3 Hurt, L. B., 1887, The hills of Skye— 23^ X 35i (Tooth), £42. 

94 Hurt, L. B., 1888, Crossing the River Garie, Kinlochewe, Ross-shire — 23^ X 35i 

(Evans), £50 8s. 

95 Jones, P., 1S58, Terriers rabbiting, a pair — 7i X gi (VV. Ward), £3 13s. 6d. 

96 Linnell, J. sen., 1864, Driving home the flock — 27J X 38J (Mitchell), £126. 

97 Linnell, J., sen., 1874, Pointing out the way — 31 X 43 (Roc), £120 15s. 

98 Lomax, J. A., New at the game — panel, 11 J X 17J (Carroll), £63. 

gg Lomax, J. A., Waning of the honeywoon, panel — iij X i7i (Mullen), £44 2s. 

100 Lomax, J. A., The angler's story, panel — tii X i5i (Evans), £52 los. 

loi Long, Edwin, R.."^., 1886, Egyptian Minstrels, a pair, panel— 26 X 19 (Mitchell), 
£36 15s. 

102 Loutherbourgh, P. J. de, R.A., Noah sacrificing— 49 i X 39i (Mitchell), £5 5s. 

103 MacWhirtcr, J., R.A., The sahnon pool— 484 X 3ii (Mitchell), £65 2S. 

104 Nasmyth, P., Woody stream, with anglers, panel — 5 X 7 (Mitchell), £2 12s. 6d. 

105 Nightingale, L. C, 1903, 'Twxt spring and summer, R.A. 1903, 54 X 37 

(Girling), £21. 

106 Noble, J. S., The gilUes' kitchen, R.A. 1884—39 X 59 (Lcggatt), £99 15s. 

107 Noble, J. S., Waiting for the guns— 35I X 27{ (Cassell), £52 los. 

108 O'Neill, G. B., The little gardener— 13* X ijh (Cassell), £50 8s. 

109 Paoletti, S., Grand Canal, Venice— 23 X 35i (Mitchell), £10 los. 

no Parker, H. P., 1838, Miners playing quoits— 29i X 244 (Mitchell), £7 7s. 

111 Pascoe, W., 1853, A racehorse, in a landscape — 27i X 35i (Browne), £3 3s. 

112 Phillip, J., R.A., 1854, La Nena— 24 X 17 (Mitchell), £5 15s. 6d. 

113 Sant, J., R.A. "Turn again, Whittiugton "— 3oi X 24i (Huggins), £33 12s. 

114 Schwanfelder, C. H., 1834, Pointers in a landscape— 27^ X 35i {B^o^vne), 

£7 7s. 



176 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



115 Stachenveller, P., Water-meadows — 26 X 41 (Wallis), £7 17s. 6d. 

116 Towne, C, 1832, "Billy," favourite grey horse of James Dearden, Esq.; 

view of Carnarvon Castle in the background — 2ii X 26J (Perniain),£i4 14s. 

117 Towne, C, Horses and sheep; and Cows, a pair — 6^ X 7 (Permain), £8 8s. 

118 Vester, W., Landscape; and River scene, with figures and animals, a pair 

— 17 X 27 (Sampson), £6 6s. 

119 Walton, Frank, The little summer of St. Luke — 47J X 35^ (Sampson), £12 12s. 

120 Warren, E. G., 1887, Harvest-time : Surrey — 29 X 47 (Sampson), £9 gs. 

121 Webster, T., R.A., 1838, The breakfast, R.A. 1838, panel— 25J X 35 (Mitchell), 

£110 5s- 

122 Wenig, R. (Munich), The bridal day— iij X i7i (Wallis), £5 15s. 6d. 

123 Balen, H. Van, Toilet of Venus, on panel — loj X i6i (Grose), £3 3s. 

124 Baptiste, J., Festoons of flowers, decorating sculptured medallions of Bac- 

chanalian figures, a pair — 33 x 26^ (Pawsey & Payne), £162 15s. 

125 Boucher, Marie Anne Victoire, when young, in figured white dress enriched 

with jewels — 31J X 24J (Parsons), £30 9s. 

126 Campidoglio, Parrots, fruit, and flowers — 23J X 33 (Wallis), £6 6s. 

127 French School, Gentleman, in blue figured cloak and white stock — 28^ X 22^ 

(Pawsey & Payne), £9 gs. 

128 French School, Earth ; and Water, a pair, oval — 33^ X 27 (Clark), £5 15s. 6d- 

129 Huggins, W., 1798, Rev. WiUiam Griffith, Chaplain of Pembroke Dockyard, 

oval — i4i X II (Justice), los. 6d. 

130 Italian School, Susanna and the elders — ^29J X 37 (Grose), £2 2S. 

131 Kneller School, A daughter of Simon Dearden, in blue dress, holding some 

flowers — 2g X 23^ (Cox), £4 4s. 

132 Kneller School. Queen Mary, in red dress with ermine cloak, oval; and Portrait 

of a lady, in a sculptured oval (Grose), £5 5s. 
X33 Lely, Sir P. (after), Nell Gwynne, seated in a landscape, with a lamb, by J . 
Young— 47 X 38 (Roe), £23 2s. 

134 Loo, J. B. Van, Empress Catherine of Russia in rich robes, seated by a table 

on which are a crown, orb, and sceptre — 58 X 45^ (Parsons), £44 2S. 

135 Dyck, Van, Charles I in armour, wearing a white collar with riband of the 

Garter, oval — 2g X 24J (Carfax), £15 15s. 



Puttick's.] February 27, 1914. 177 



February 27, 19 14. Puttick's. 

Engravings, Fancy subjects, Portraits, and Sporting 
subjects. 

8 A trip to Brighton, plate i, after John Dean Paul, aquatint, in colours (Lindow), 

15 Admiral Vernon, by McArdell, after Gainsborough, mezzotint (F. Edwards), 

£1 3S. 

16 Mrs. Huddesford, by Meyer, after Reynolds, mezzotint, proof (Barry), 

£1 8s. 

36 View of Westminster Bridge, by J. C. Stadler, aquatint, in colours (Barry), 

£1 IDS. 

37 Viewof Waterloo Bridge, by J. C. Stadler, aquatint, in colours (Brail), £i 17s. 6d. 

38 View of Hackney School, by R. Reeves, (Meatyard), £1 14s. 

39 View of British steam vessels with an American steam vessel, aquatint, in 

colours (Rimell), £2. 

40 View of the Chapel for Seamen, by D. Hassell, fine aquatint, in colours ( ), 

£1 6s. 
46 The British naval hero, by J. Young, after Stothard, mezzotint (Brail), £1 los. 
52 Lord and Lady Spencer as " Colonel and Miss Rivers," by Jones, after Roberts, 

mezzotint (Scotney), £1 2s. 6d. 
54 Admiral George Brydges, Baron Rodney, mezzotint (Drummond), £1 los. 
72 The boy discovering the golden eggs, and companion, by J. Young, after 

Paye, mezzotints, in colours, a pair (Brail), £2 los. 
7S The chase ; and The death, by T. Sutherland, after R. B. Davis, aquatints, in 

colours, a pair (Ackermann), £21. 

79 J. Ward, Esq., by T. Lupton, mezzotint, in colours (Ackermann), £3. 

80 A field day in Hyde Park, by Malton, after Rowlandson, aquatint, in colours 

(Long), £3 17s. 6d. 

83 Lady taking coffee, by McArdell, after Mercier, mezzotint (Clark), £1 4s. 

84 David Garrick, by Dickinson, after Pine, mezzotint (Daniell), £2 4s. 
86 Donald and Jessie, by Bartolozzi, after Cosway (Meatyard), £1 ids. 

89 Lady Peel, by S. Cousins, after Sir Thomas Lawrence, mezzotint, third state 

(BraU), £1 i8s. 

90 The snake in the grass, by J. R. Smith, after Reynolds, in brown (Barry), 

£i6s. 
93 The Cower Family, by J. R. Smith, after Romney, second state, stained and 
damaged, mezzotint (M. R. L. AVhite), £g 15s. 

96 Mrs. Tickell, by Conde, after Cosway, in colours (Ellis & Smith), £39 i8s. 

97 The Ladies Beauclerk, by F. Bartolozzi, after Lady Diana Beauclerk, in brown 

(Pollard), £4 los. 



178 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

147 View of the Forth, by Edy and J ukes, after Farington, aquatint (Peffers), 

148 Interior of Surrey Chapel, by Bluck, after Pugin and White, aquatint ( ), 

£1 7s. 6d. 

149 New South Wales : View of Collin's Street, town of Melbourne, Port PhilUp, 

by Noyce, after Knight, lithograph (Maggs), £2 7s. 6d. 

150 Views in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land, by A. Earle, lithographs, 

a set of four, and letterpress, paper wrappers (F. Edwards), £4 los. 

160 A south-east view and a south-west view of the city of New York, in North 

America, by P. Canot, after Capt. Thos. Howdell, a pair (Maggs), £90. 

161 A south-east view of the city of New York, in North America, by and after 

the same (H. Stevens), pf2i. 

164 A view of the town and harbour of S. John's, Newfoundland, taken in com- 

memoration of the successful laying of the Atlantic telegraph cable, pub. 
lished by F. R. Page, by special request, lithographed and printed by W 
Spreat, Exeter (Maggs), jfs 15s. 

165 A similar lot (Maggs), £3. 



Original Drawings by S. Buck. 
In Indian Ink. 

166 The south-west prospect of the University and city of Oxford, 1731, and 

engraving of same (Maggs), £2 los. 

167 The University and city of Oxford, signed S. Buck, and engraving of same 

(F. Sabin), £2 los. 

168 The east prospect and the west prospect of Birmingham, in the county of 

Warwick, 1729, and the engraving of the south-west prospect of Birmingham 
(W. Daniell), £4. 

169 The north-west prospect of Sheerness in the county of Kent, and engraving 

of same (Maggs), £2 los. 

170 The north prospect of Gravesend in the county of Kent, and engraving of 

same (Rimell), £3 los. 

171 The west prospect of his Majesty's dockyard at Chatham, 1737, and engraving 

of same (F. Sabin), £3 los. 

172 The north-west prospect of his Majesty's dockyard at Deptford, in Kent, and 

engraving of same (Parsons), £2. 

173 The south prospect of Dover in Kent, and engraving of same (W. Daniell), 

£2 15s. 

174 The north-west prospect of Greenwich in the county of Kent, and engraving 

of same (Parsons), £2 17s. 6d. 

175 The north-west prospect of the University and town of Cambridge, and engrav- 

ing of same (F. Sabin), jfio 5s. 

176 The south-west prospect of the city of Chichester, and engraving of same 

(RiraeU), £z. 



Puttick's.] February 27, 1914. 179 

177 The south-west prospect of Liverpool ; and The south-west prospect of Man- 
chester, engravings (W. Sabin), £4 5s. 

SPORTING SUBJECTS, ETC. 

180 Coursing ; Looking for a hare ; and Partridge, pheasant, woodcock, and grouse 
shooting, by S. Howitt, a set of six aquatints (W. Sabin), £20 gs. 6d. 

183 Gk)ing out in the morning ; Brushing into cover ; In full chase ; and The death, 

by A. Walker and P. Canot, after J. Seymour, a set of four (W. Sabin), 
£i8 7s. 6d. 

184 Setters belonging to John Allen, Esq., by Robert Laurie, after F. Sartorius, 

mezzotint, in colours, with untrimmed margins (W. Sabin), £28 7s. 
186 The Cumberland Sailing Club, by Pouncy, after Kitchingham (Pollard), £6 15s. 

188 At anchor ; A calm ; A fresh breeze ; and A brisk gale, by HiU, aquatints, in 

colours, a set of four (Hahn), £4. 

189 Bombay ; Fort St. George ; Fort William at Bengali, Tellicherry ; St. Helena ; 

and The Cape of Good Hope, by Van der Gucht, after Lambert and Scott, 
a set of six (W. Daniell), £8 15s. 

190 To the Jamaica merchants and planters, The Lady Juliana, by and after R. 

Dodd, aquatints, a set of four (Carter), £2 4s. 

191 Lighthouses, East Indiamen, etc., by and after W. Daniell, aquatints, in colours, 

a set of eight (Carter), £2 5s. 

194 Engagement on the Dogger Bank ; and Morning on the 12th April, 1782, 
and companion, by Chesham, after Dodd, a pair (Parker), £16 5s. 6d. 

201 Embassy of Hyderbeck to Calcutta (3), by R. Earlom, after Zofiany, mezzo- 
tints, with untrimmed margins and key plate (Pollard), £10 los. 

206 The mathematician, by J. McArdeU, after Rembrandt, mezzotint, fine impres- 
sion, with large margins (Rimell), £6. 

208 A Newfoundland dog saving a child from drowning ; and The child restored, 

by Earlom, after Eckstein, mezzotints, a pair (Rylatt), £6. 

209 The child restored, by and after the same, ditto (BraU), £3 3s. 

211 Wane of the honeymoon, by Laurie, proof before all letters (Brail), £6. 

222 The Kit-Cat Club, by J. Faber, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, the set of forty-seven 
plates, with title and dedication plates, except John, Duke of Marlborough 
(between 5 and 6), Sir Richard Steele 31, John Tidcomb 32, Joseph Addiscn 
34, and Jacob Tonson 43 in scrapbook (W. Daniell), £17 17s. 

228 The turnpike gate, by W. Ward, after Morland, mezzotint, with untrimmed 

margins (PoUard), £19 19s. 

229 The Marlborough family, by C. Turner, after Sir Joshua RejTiolds, first state, 

large plate, mezzotint (W. Sabin), £40 19s. 

230 The sheltered peasants, by A. Cardon, after H. Singleton, in colours (Brail), 

£6 5s. 

231 Washing clothes, by Williamson, after Morland, in colours (Barry), £1 14s. 

232 Morning of the ist June, 1794, by R. Dodd, and companion, a pair (W. Sabin), 

£14 5S. 



i8o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

233 Birth of an heir, by W. Ward, after Bigg, mezzotint (Harvey), £2 2S. 

234 The Wright family, by V. Green, after Wright, mezzotint (PoUard), £6 15s. 

235 Christian Duke of Brunswick, by Van Voerst, proof before all letters (M. Tucker), 

£1 I2S. 6d. 
237 A nymph decorating Shakespeare's tomb, by Bartolozzi, after Kaufimana, 

oval, in colours (Lindow), £3 15s. 
244A Mother's hope, and companion, by Freeman and Stadler, after Buck, aquatint, 

in colours (Blythe), £^5 15s. 
247 The plough, by V. Green, in colours (Redington), £1 5s. 
252 The " Blenheim " leaving the Star Hotel, Oxford, by G. Havell, aquatint, ia 

colours (Brooks), £1 los. 



Christie's.] Maixh 2, 1914. 181 

March 2, 1914. Christie's. 

Old Pictures and Drawings. 

DRAAVIXGS. 

1 Turner, River scene, ^\ith classical ruins ; and Brick-makers, a lithograph 

coloured, after VVheatley (Pawsey & Pajnie), £2 2S. 

PICTURES. 

2 Menai Straits — 46^ X 70, (Pawsey & Pa>-ne), £5 5s. 

3 Woody river scene, with peasant — 38J X 50^ (Leger), £11 ns. 

4 Famley HaU — 23J X 35^ (Pawsey & Pav-ne), £3 13s. 6d. 

5 Ruined abbey ; and Derwentwater (Pawsey & Payne), £3 35. 

6 Lady in mob cap ; and Girl seated in a landscape (Leger) £18 i8s. 

7 Early English School. King George IV as a child — 20 :•; 19 (Jardine), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

8 Early English School. Head of a child with white frock, oval ; and Miss 

Murray, after Sir. T. Lawrence, P.R.A. (Elliot), £10 los. 

9 Flemish School. Philip de Mamix in monk's habit ; and Gentleman with 

large white collar (Crome), £6 6s. 

10 French School. Henri IV in armour, holding a baton — 57J x 44i (Crome), 

£6 6s. 

11 Vigee le Brun, Madame (after), Madame Raymond — 40 x 29 J (Corj-), £7 7s. 

12 Lefevre, Portrait of Napoleon — 24* X igi (Crome), £2 12s. 6d. 

13 Re>Tiolds, Sir J., P.R.A. (after). Holy Family with St. John ; and The infant 

Academy (Elliot), £10 los. 

14 Romano, The Circumcision — 44 x 46 (Crome), £5 5s. 

15 Romney, Gentleman in red dress, oval — 29^ x 24J (Brown), £6 6s. 

16 Somer, Van, Child in brown dress with bird and dog — 38 X 30 (Grose), £6 6s. 

17 Turner, J. M. W., R.A. (after), Greenwich — 30 X 5ii (Crome), £3 13s. 6d. 

18 Dyck, Van (after), The artist with a sunflower — 24 >: 28 (Crome), £2. 

19 Velasquez, Figures in a larder ; and Child in pink dress (Crome), £5 15s. 6d. 

20 Walker, Oliver Cromwell in armour — 28 :■; 23^ (Cory), £4 14s. 6d. 

DRAWINGS. 

27 Gardner, D., A prisoner, charcoal — 22* X iji (Lacey), los. 6d. 

28 Guardi, F., View near Venice, with tower, boats and figures — 4J x 7} (Alfred), 

£8 8s. 

33 Griffier, Jan, Views on the Rhine with buildings and figures, a pair gouache — 

7i X 10 (Gooden & Fo.\), £15 15s. 

34 Thomson, E. W., Gentleman in blue coat with white stock ; and Lady in blue 

dress standing on a terrace, portrait of a gentleman on the reverse (Renton),, 
£2 2S. 

35 French School. Lady in white dress and pink cloak, pastel — 21 X 16J (Rentcn) 

£11 IIS. 

36 Dolci, C. (after). Saint CeciUa, bv H. Morland, pastel — 22i X 17J (Gross),. 

£5 5s. 

37 French School. Peasants and animals near a wood, pastel — 17J x 2SJ 

(Parsons), £5 los. 

38 Huquier, J. G., Lady in green dress, with white lace fichu and cap, pastel, 

oval — loi •' 8 (Justice), los. 6d. 

39 Westall, R., R.A., The hop-picker's family — iii X 15 (Justice), 15s. 

40 Legros, A., A philosopher, charcoal — si X 7 (Colnaghi Sc Obach), los. 

13 



1 82 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



41 Sainton, C, 1889, Heads of ladies, a piar, silverpoints — iij x 8J (Leger), 

£"2 2S. 

42 Tiepolo, Donkeys in a barn, sepia — 7I :< 11 (Gross), £2 5s. 

43 Tiepolo, An angel, red chalk ; Two courtiers, charcoal ; and A saint, India* 

ink wash ; and two others (Gross), £g los. 
PICTURES. 
44. Sainton, C, 1891, The lady of the parasol ; and Girl's head, by Sir VV. B. Rich- 
mond, R.A. (Sampson), £1 is. 

45 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., The angler ; and The refectory, by Sir Charles Holroyd 

(Carfax), £2. 

46 Caravaggio, Virgin and Child with Saint Dominic interceding for a group of 

kneeling suppliants, panel — 38 x 27 (Maitland), £1 15s. 

47 Richmond, Sir VV. B., R.A., Reverie — 23* <4 6 (Sampson), £1 is. 

48 Gainsborough School. Landscape with a peasant driving cattle to a stream — 

18 J X 22i (Jardine), £2. 

49 Hondecoeter, Peacock and poultry — 34 x 52I (Leggatt), £18 i8s. 

50 Aelst, Van, Dead birds in a landscape — 3ii X 26 (Wylde), £8 8s. 

ji Bronzino, John Medici, Cardinal, in robes, panel — 23 X igi (Cory), £5 5s. 

52 Goyen, Van, Beach scene with figures, panel — 33 X 48 (Blaker), £19 19s. 

53 Campidoglio, Dead birds in a landscape — 34 X 48 (Jardine), £7 7s. 

54 Kauffman, A., R.A., pamting, A female figure holding a palette, on copper, 

oval — 9 X 11 (Cory), £1 2s. 
5.1 Hogarth School. Boy in blue coat and red vest holding some flowers — 

29i X 24i (Lawson), £1 iis. 5d. 
T ' Reinagle, P., R.A., 1802, River scene with figures and cattle in the foreground 

— 24J X 30 (Maitlaud), £2 2s. 
= 7 Rubens, A satyr and two infant bacchanals, panel — 14 X 10 (Sandars), £6 6s. 
3.J KneUer School. Lady in blue dress with pink scarf — 34 x 26^ (Jardine), 

£8 1 8s. 6d. 

59 Schoevaerdts, Woody landscapes with castles, figures and animals, a pair, 

panel— 8 X 12 J (Streletskie), £8 8s. 

60 Bossche, B. van den. The Magdalen ; and A hermit, a pair, panel— iij X gi 

(Leger), £6 65. 

61 Rembrandt School. A rabbi, panel — 9 x 6j (Leger), £3 3s. 

62 Hudson, Boy with a dog and a pet bird — 48 x 33i (Jardine), £1 los. 

63 Early English School. Gentleman in grey coat and buff vest — 8i X 7 (Power), 

£2 2S. 

64 Ostade, Peasant at a window weaving a red cap, panel — 8 X 6 (Power), 

£3 13s. 6d. 
^5 Aiken, H., 1853, The Cambridgeshire Stakes, a pair— 7^ x 11 (BfU), £2 2s. 
S6 Aiken, H., 1853, The Derby— iji x 2if (Bell), £5 5s. 
167 Cotes, Lady in gro.y and blue dress — 24^ x 20 (Turner), £25 4s. 
■68 Palin, H., Young artists drawing from the antique — 31 X 24i (Leggatt), 

£4 45- 
.60 Rictschoof, Seaport with a lower, shipping and figures — 33} X 43^ (Tipping), 

(.3 3S. 

70 Rubc:is School. Infant Christ and Saint John— 22 i X 29 (White), £3 13s. 6d. 

71 Bassano, Village sccmc \vrith travelling peasants and animals — 41 X 49 (Tipping), 

£6 6s. 

72 Teniers, Temptation of Saint Anthony, panel — 18J ,< 24J (Grose), £2 2S. 

73 Teniers, D. (the elder), I'arm scene with peasants, cows, sheep and pigs— 

20J X 30 (Osborn), £2 12s. 6d. 



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74 Willaerts, A., View on the coast with buildings, boats and figurtf^, panel — 

i5i X 23J (Leger), £2 5s. 

75 Maes, Lady and gentleman in a landscape — 25 X 19 (Leger), £6 6s. 

76 Lemaire, F., Lady in black and white dress — 29J x 24J (Lewis), £8 8i. 

77 Titian, The entombment — 53 x 60 (Kendal), £16 i6s. 

78 Lely, Lady Berkeley in white dress with red scarf — 49 x 39J (Hayward), 

79 Wittel, Van, Interior of a cathedral with iigures — 25 x 33 (Somers), £5 5s. 

80 Neer, Van der. Town on a river, moonlight — 24J x 314 (Fisher), £5 5s. 

81 Gtddes, Lady in dark dress — 29J x 24^ (Storey), £6 6s. 

82 Cuyp, JIan with horse and dogs — 40 x 31^ (Blaker), £5 15s. 6d. 

83 Kn<:Uer, Lady in gi^y and white dress — 18 x 13* (Osborne), £2 2s. 

84 Bronzino, Gentleman in brown doublet with white rufi, panel — 21^ x i6i 

(Bcvan), £7 7s. 

85 Lucidel. Gentleman in dark dress and cap, holding a glass, panel — 26i x 2ii 

(.Morton), £6 6s. 

86 Ward, J., R.A., Sow and Utter— 19 x 24} (Arthurton), £3 13s. 6d. 

S7 Balen, Van, Scenes from the life of Christ, set of four, on copper — ii| x 9 
(Woolf), £5 15s. 6d. 

88 Francks, F., Christ in the house of Simon, panel — 23 X 32 J (Co.x), £5 15s. 6d. 

89 Heda, Still hfe on a table, panel — 13^ x 22 (Land), £8 8s. 

90 Early English School. Lady in white dress with large hat holding a flower — 
■ 29i X 24i (Holt), £14 14s. 

91 Bassano, Figures and animals near an old castle — 2i\ >: 31J (Nash), £1 iis. 6d. 

92 Cradock, L., Peacock, turkey and poultrj' — 28J x 51 (Richardson), £15 15s. 

93 Cradock, L., Ducks ; and Poultry, a pair — 11^ x 13^ (Richardson), £5 5s. 

94 VVatteau School. Fete Champetre — 9^ :■ 13 (Bell), £6 6s. 

95 Dutch School. Sandy road by a stream with peasant — 11 x 13J (CoUings), 

£3 3S. 

96 Nasmyth, Woody landscape with farm, figures in foreground — 24 x 29 (Earle), 

£11 IIS. 

97 School of Clouet. Duchesse de Guise in black dress with slashed sleeves — 

28J X 19^ (Lacey), £31 los. 

98 Vakntin, J., .Man playing a violin, panel — 27J X 2ii (Nicholson), £15 15s. 

99 Berchem, Hilly landscape with peasant and cattle, panel — 13 J x iji (Mason), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 
100 Bassano, Peasant with a stick — 24^ x igj (Suffect), £i ros. 
loi Matsys School, Philosopher in his study — 19 x 26 (Tabor), £1 15s. 

102 Dyck, Van, School. Heads of two boys — iij x 14^ (Nicholson), £5 15s. 6d. 

103 Neer, Van der. River scene with boats, moonlight, panel — loi x 14! (Justice), 

£2 2S. 

104 Romney, Lady in white muslin dress, unframed — 33* X 16} (Leger), £6 i6s. 6d. 

105 Jackson, J., R.A., Sir F. Chantrey, R.A., in dark coat and scarlet robes — 

29 X 24i (Leggatt), £26 js. 

106 Woctton, Horse and groom in the grounds of a mansion — 24^ x 29* (Hoveler), 

£8 8s. 

107 Lely School. Charles II in dark coat and hat with feathers — 27 ,x 24(VVeekes), 

£6 6s. 

108 Kneller School. Prince Eugene in armour and ermine cape — 28^ x 24* 

(Hawley), £3 13s. 6d. 

109 Lely School. Lady in black slashed dress with pearl ornaments, oval — 

28 x 23i (Lawson), £4 4s. 



i84 ■ ART PRICES CURRENT. 

no Dyck, Van, School. Catherine of Braganza in blue dress with hrown scarf — 
27i X 24 (Leafe), £8 8s. 

111 Francks, Dives and Lazarus, panel — 27J by 38^ (Cox), £7 17s. 6d. 

112 Ward, J., R.A., 1826, Horse in a landscape, panel — iSJ X 26 (Arthurton), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

113 French School. Lovers — 28|^ X 33 J (Boss), £6 6s. 

114 Hoef, W., Cavalry skirmish, signed and dated 1662, panel — 23J X 33 (Suffert), 

£5 5S. 

115 Wilson, The Green Man, New Road (now Marylebone Road), Regent's Park, 

unframed — 12 X 14 (Harrison), £4 14s. 6d. 

116 Hogarth School. Lady in white dress, oval — 2qJ x 24^ (Coats), £11 os. 6d. 

117 Harlow, Boy holding a portfolio — 29J X 24J (Bailey), £2 12s. 6d. 

118 Italian School. Lady as "Diana" holding a spear — 33+ by 27 (Cohen), 

£7 7s. 

119 Vernon, Paul, Eastern scene, panel — 12J x 16 (Boss), £3 13s. 6d. 

120 Knaus, Venetian poultry-seller — 36^ x igj (Leger), £3. 

121 Thompson, Crossing the brook — 24 X 17I (Rowe), £2 12s. 6d. 

122 Barker, B., Church among trees, moonlight — 39J x 49^ (Wylde), £3 13s. 6d. 

123 Sartorius, Gentleman on horseback with greyhounds — 10 X 14* (Leece), 

£5 5S. 

124 Nasmyth, Common scene with buildings and figures — i8i X 30 (Draycott), 

£5 5S. 

125 Wilson, Italian landscape with figures sketching — 39 x 49 (Coats), £g gs. 

126 Italian School. Saint Jerome at his devotions — 3ii x 25 (Cohen), £11 iis. 

127 Poelenburgh, C. Van, Nymphs surprised by satyrs — 14 x 22 (Wylde), £3 13s. 6d 

128 Wheatley, Peasant-woman and children in a landscape, panel — 13J x 19J 

(Leger), £1 los. 

129 Dutch School. Landscape with figures and animals, panel' — 21 J X 28i 

(Cohen), £4 14s. 6d. 

130 Rembrandt (after), The mill — 32^ X 39i (Lacey), £s 13s. 6d. 

131 Begeyn, A., Peasant with cattle at a stream — 18J X 25 (Osbom), £2 12s. 6d. 

132 Mommers, H., Landscape wth the dismissal of Hagar, panel — 28 J X 42i 

(Permain), £6 i6s. 6d. 

133 Byzantine School. Christ and Saints, unframed, panel — 16 X 13 (Permain), 

£3 3S. 

134 Morland, Shepherd boys and sheep ; lithograph of same (Permain), £3 13s. 6d 

135 Bone, H. P., Rob Roy bidding good-bye to his wife ; and The companion, 

a pair— 35i x 26 (King), £12 12s. 

136 Molenaer, The card-players, panel, lof X 14^ (CoUings), £4 4s. 

137 Pannini, Roman ruins and figures — 28i X 39J (Leger), £g 9s. 

138 French School. Bacchanalian subject — 20J X 25J (Madeline), £3 3s. 

139 Italian School. Gentleman in dark dress with long beard — 24J X 22 (Ander- 

son), £1 IIS. 6d. 

140 Dietricy, Sleeping nymphs in a landscape with dogs and two satyrs, panel 

19 X 30 (Justice), £2 2S, 

141 Miel, Jan, Cavalier, lady and peasants before an old building — 25J X 3ii 

(Justice), £2 2S. 

142 Dyck, Van, School. Lady Delawarr in white satin dress with green scarf — 

48 X 37i (Grose), £8 8s. 

143 Williams, E. C, River scene with cottage and anglers — 2ii y 38J (Pawsey and 

Payne), £2 I2S. 6d. 

144 Kneller, Lady in white and red dress, oval — 143 X 12} (Cory), £4 14s. 6d. 



Christie's.] March 2, 1914- 185 

145 Berghem, Landscape with figures, cattle and sheep — 25 X 31 (Miles), £18 i8s. 

146 Carlevariis, Luca, A seaport — 24 x 45 (Masters), £10 los. 

147 Canaletto, Views in Venice, a pair— gi x 15 (Savile), £23 2s. 

148 El Greco, The Immaculate Conception, panel — gj by 7J (Tabor) £2 2S. 

149 Stark, J., River scene with mill and anglers — 13* x r/i (Leggatt), £21. 

150 Maes, Lady in brown dress holding a jewel — 16 x 13 (Leger), £7 ys. 

151 Valentin, J. (after), Card-players— 37 x 50 (Pawsey & Payne), £6 6s. 

152 Lambrechts, C, Interior of a tavern ; and Interior of a larger, a pair — 21 X i7i 

(Pawsey & Payne), £6 16s. 6d. 

153 Heusch, W. de, Hilly river scene with boats, peasants and mules, panel — 

24 X 37 (Pawsey & Payne), £6 6s. 

154 Helmont, M. van, Boors drinking and smoking, a pair, panel, — 6J X 4i (Leger) 

£3 13s. 6d. 

155 Early English School. Lady in white dress with red sash — 294 X 24^ (Fine 

Art Society), £54 12s. 



March 3, 19 14. Christie's. 

Engravings of the Early English School and Works by 
the Old Masters. 

BY AND AFTER THE OLD MASTERS. 
Unframed. 
5 Durer, A., The Life of the Virgin, eighteen plates from the set, some duplicates 

(Gutekunst), £13. 
8 Diirer, A., Three plates from the Apocalypse (B. 64, 67, and 69) ; The Virgin 
and Child enthroned (B. loi) ; and nine other woodcuts (Gutekunst), £9 gs. 
21 Ostade, A. van, Le charlatan (B. 43) ; and The woman singing (Reader), los. 

Rembrandt. 

27 A landscape, with a cow drinking (M. 318) ; A landscape with an obelisk 

(M. 324) ; and another (Rome), £4 4s. 

28 Medea, or the marriage of Jason and Creusa (M. 286) (Maggs), £2 12s. 6d. 

29 The resurrection of Lazarus (M. 188) (Maggs), £1 is. 

30 The three trees (M. 309) ; and The flute player (M. 268) (Reader), los. 

31 The great Jewish bride (M. 108) ; Rembrandt drawing (M. 160) ; and another 

(Wilson), £4 14s. 6d. 

33 Old man wearing a rich velvet cap (M. 131) ; and four others (Maggs), £3 los. 

34 Death of the Virgin (M. 207) ; and another (Frost & Reed), £28 7s. 

35 Joseph telhng his dreams (M. 203), two impressions ; and The martyrdom of 

Saint Stephen (M. 197) (Frost & Reed), £4 14s. 6d. 

36 Abraham entertaining the angels (M. 250) ; The angel ascending from Tobit 

and his family (M. 213) ; and six others (Jones), £3 los. 

38 Johannes Uijtenbogaerd (M. 114), two impressions; and Abraham Fransz, 

(M. 172), three impressions (Parsons), £2 los. 

39 Rembrandt, with a cap and robe of fur (M. 44) : and nine other portraits 

(Reader), £5 los. 

EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

44 George, Prince of Wales ; The Earl of Athlone ; and seven others, chiefly after 

Kneller, by J. Smith (Tyssen), £6 6s. 

45 Sir Robert Walpole, by J . Simon ; Charles, Earl of Derby, by Blooteling ; and 

five others (Reader), £3 3s. 



1 86 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

46 Hon. Robert Cecil, after Kneller, by J. Smith ; John. Earl of Tweedale ; and 

another, proof (Reader), £2 15s. 

47 William Dobson, after himself, by G. White ; and II Fiammingo, by P. van 

Bleeck (Reader), £1 is. 

48 Samuel Butler, after Zoust ; another portrait of the same ; and Dean Swift, by 

Burford (Rimell), £3 3s. 

49 Charles, Viscount Townshend, after Kneller, by J . Smith, proof ; Lord Hinching- 

broke, after and by the same (Ellis & Smith), £s 3s. 

50 The Ladies Hide, after Wissing ; Mrs. Roydhouse, after de Medina ; and three 

others, by J. Smith (Tyssen), £6 6s. 

51 The Countess of Essex ; Madam Parson ; Elizabeth Cooper, proof ; and four 

others, after Sir P. Lely (Lindow), £6 6s. 

52 The Duchess of Somerset ; Madam Mary Kirk ; and three others, after the same 

(Lindow), £4 4s. 

53 The Countess of Northumberland, after Lely, by A. Brown, proof and print ; 

Madam Sooms, and Mrs, Tumor, after Kneller (Wilson), £4 14s. 6d. 

54 The Lady Williams ; The Countess of Litchfield ; and three others, after Kneller, 

etc., by J. Becket (Wilson), £2 12s. 6d. 

55 Lord Churchill's daughters ; The Duke of Gloucester ; and three others, after 

Kneller, by J. Smith (Tyssen), £3 3s. 

56 Albert, Due d'Arenberg, after Van Dyck, by R. Earlom, first state (Tyssen), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

58 The Marquis of Buckingham, after Gainsborough, by Sherwin, proof ; Jonathan 

Britain, by J. R. Smith ; Sir Walter Scott (Parsons), £2 2S. 

59 Sigismunda, after Wheatley, by T. Watson, first state ; Mrs. Hartley, after 

Nixon ; and another (Tyssen), £3 3s. 

60 Miss Seabright, engraver unknown, probably the only impression known 

(J.C.S.) (Wilson), £3 13s. 6d- 

61 Mrs. Banks, after Hamilton, by R. Lowrie, proof ; and Maria, Countess of 

Coventry (Reader), £2 12s. 6d. 

62 Miss MagiU, after Reynolds, by J . Watson ; and Miss Oliver, after the same, 

by Marchi (Reader), £2 12s. 6d. 

63 Mrs. Siddons, after Reynolds, by F. Haward ; The vestal ; and The Marlborough 

family (small plate), after the same (Brail), £2 2S. 

65 Lord George Germaine, after Romney, by J. Jacobe (Tyssen), £1 iis. 6d. 

66 Sir Robert Walpole, after Vanloo, by J. Watson, etched -letter proof (Reader), 

£1 IS. 

67 Lord Nelson, after Beechey, by R. Earlom ; Admiral Campbell, after the same, 

by W. Ward ; and another (Parsons), £4 4s. 

69 The Duke of Portland, by C. Turner, proof before any letters ; and Pascal 

PaoU, after Bainbridge (Reader), £2. 

70 William Pether, by himself, first state ; Fiamingo, by McArdell ; James Gillray, 

by C. Turner ; and two others (Reader), £3 3s. 

71 Benjamin Hopkins, after Best, by J . Delegal, engraver's proof ; Thomas Taylor, 

after Bigg, by W. Ward (Reader), £3 3s. 

72 William Beckford, by and after R. Houston ; M. de Voltaire, by the same, and 

another (Reader), £1 15s. 

73 David Garrick, after Zoffany, by S. W. Reynolds, engraver's proof ; and another 

(Reader), £1 is. 

74 Admiral Augustus Keppel, after Reynolds ; Sir Abraham Hume ; Richard 

Burke ; and another, after the same (Parsons), £3 13s. 6d. 



Christie's.] ^larch 3, 1914. 187 

75 Hon. Thomas Erskine, after Reynolds, by J. Jones, proof, and Sir John Aubrey 

(Brail), £3 3S. 

76 The Earl of Liverpool, after Lawrence ; William Duke of Devonshire ; Anthony 

Champion ; and three others, by C. Turner, mostly proofs (Wilson), £4 14s. 6d. 

77 Sir N. Dance, after Westall ; Sir Johr Moore, after Halls ; and eight others, by 

C. Turner, some proofs (Parker), £3 3s. 

78 Miss Bowles, after ReNTiolds, by C. Turner : and two others, by the same 

(Leggatt), Ci IS. 

79 Master Lambton, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Cousins (PT,Tn), ^5 5s. 

80 Mrs. Wolff, after and by the same, proof, with wide margin (Parsons), £3 3s. 

81 Sir Thomas Lawrence, and Sir Astley Cooper, after and by the same ; and 

Canning, after the same, by C. Turner, proof (Lindow), £1 is. 

82 William Pitt, after Owen, by Bartolozzi ; William Beckford, by the same, 

proof and print ; and two others (Rimell), £1 15s. 

83 The Duchess of Devonshire, after Nixon, by Bartolozzi. in red';" A lady, by H. 

Meyer, in colours ; and two others (Parker), £5 5s. 

84 Credulous lady and astrologer, after J. R. Smith, by Bartolozzi, in bistre; 

and one, after Bimbvury (Lindow), £4 14s. 6d. 

85 Le Couche de la Marine, after Baudouin, by Simonet, with A.P.D.R. (Agnew). 

£21. 

86 The fair nun unmasked, after H. Morland, by J. Wilson ; and five others 

(Reader), £5 155. 6d. 

87 Rubens' wife, after Rubens, by R. Earlom ; A lady reading, after F. Bol ; The 

Earl of Danby, after \'an Dyck, by V. Green (Reader), £3 13s. 6d. 

88 The Lord of the Vineyard, after Rembrandt, by W. Pether, proof (Sabin), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

89 Silenus and bacchanals, after Rubens, by C. Hodges ; and three others, proofs 

(Reader), £3 3s. 

90 The beggar boy, after Murillo, by P. Dawe, proof ; A shepherd, after Gains- 

borough, by R. Earlom (Leggatt), £3 3s. 

91 Portrait of Wellesley, after Agasse, by C. Turner, proof before letters (Parsons), 

£4 4S. 

92 Fruit and flower piece, after Van Huj-sum ; A game market and fruit market, 

after Snyders, by R. Earlom (Brail), £6 6s. 
Unframed. 

93 Diirer, A., Adam and Eve : Saint Hubert ; The^knight and death ; and another 

(Smythe), £4 14s. 6d. 

94 Meryon, C, L'Abside de \otre Dame (Smythe), £1 is. 

95 Afl3uence reduced, after Morland, by H. Hudson (Maggs), £9 9s. 

96 Lavinia Countess Spencer, after Shee, by C. Turner, open-letter proof (Peffers), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

97 Master Leicester Stanhope, after Sir J. Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, in colours 

(Saunders), £9 93. 

98 Saint Cecilia, after Russell, by W, Bond, in colours (W. Sabin), £48 6s, 

Fratned. 

99 The spinster (Lady Hamilton) after Romney, by T. Cheesman (Taylor), £7 7s., 

100 The Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, after Garrard, by W. Ward, in colours . 

(Greville), £24 3s. 

101 Hare hunting, after Hodges, by R. G. Reeve, a pair, in colours (Draper), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

102 The chase of the Roebuck, after the same, by Aiken and Reeve, a pair, in colour 

(Draper), £2 12s. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



103 The woiinded soldier, after J. Ward, by J. R. Smith, proof, in colours (Leggatt), 

£42- 

104 Schoolboys giving charity to a blind man, after Bigg, by J. R. Smith, in colours 

(Maggs), £15 15s. 

105 Maternal enjoyment ; and The benevolent tar, after Stothard, by J. Young, in 

colours (Brail), £35 14s. 

106 A visit to the grandfather ; and A visit to the grandmother, after Northcote and 

J. R. Smith, in colours (Field), £29 8s. 

107 Shepherds reposing, after Morland, by Bond, in colours (Saunders), £10 los. 

108 The farmers' stable, after Morland, by W. Ward, in colours (W. Sabin), £go 6s. 
log Travellers ; and Cottagers, after and by the same, in colours (Fielding), £43. 

Framed. 
no The story of Letitia, after Morland, by J. R. Smith, the set of six, in colours 

(Agnew), £210. 
rii The public-house door, after Morland, by W. Ward, in colours (W. Sabin), 

£■102 1 8s. 

112 The thatcher, after and by the same, in colours (W. Sabin), £120 15s. 

113 A visit to Brighton, after Rowlandson, by Aiken, a set of seven, aquatints 

(W. Sabin), fy gs. 

114 The death of Tom Moody, after Pollard, by J. Hunt, a set of four, in colours 

(Waydehn), £4 4s. 

115 The bird catcher, after Barney, by T. Gaugain, in colours (A. Davis), £12 is. 6d. 

116 Hon. Miss Bingham, after Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, proof, in bistre (F. Daniell), 

£7 7s. 

117 Lady and child, small oval, in colours ; and another (Parsons), £13 13s. 

118 The stormy night ; and Morning after the storm, after Bigg, by W. Ward, in 

colours (Lindow), £13 2S. 6d. 

119 Setters, after Morland, by S. W. Reynolds; and The bUnd beggar of Bethnal 

Green, both in colours (Baruard), £s 3s. 

120 Rabbits, after Morland, by W. Ward, in colours (Stisted), £3 13s. 6d. 

121 Saturday evening, after Bigg, by W. Nutter, in colours (Maggs), £31 los. 
121A Portraits of Mendig and Charles XII, after Herring, by C. Hunt, in colours 

(RimeU), £5 5S. 

122 Fancy subjects, aftei Bunbury, by J. Baldrey, proofs, in bistre (Waydelin), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

123 The farmyard ; and The alehouse door, after Singleton, by Nutter, in bistre 

(Maggs), £12 I2S. 

124 The cottage breakfast ; and Cottage supper, after Bigg, by Osborne, a pair 

(Taylor), £4 14s. 6d. 

125 Changing quarters ; and The billeted soldier, after Morland, by Graham, a 

pair, in bistre (Barnard), £4 4s. 

126 The fruits of industry ; and Effects of extravagance, after Morland, by W. Ward 

(Maggs), £15 15s. 

127 Louisa Cosway, after Cosway, by A. Cardon (Brail), £1 los. 

128 Maria at the tomb of Werther, circle, in colours (Taylor), £3 13s. 6d. 

129 " What's that, mother ? " after Adam Buck, by Agar and Bluck, in colours 

(Sabin), £13 13s. 

130 Historical subjects, after Rigaud, by Bartolozzi, proofs, in colours (Lindow), 

£5 5S. 

131 Allegorical subjects, after A. Kauffman, by Bartolozzi, ovals, in colours (Rogers), 

£8 1 8s. 6d. 



Christie's.] March 3, 1914. 189 

132 Lady Langham ; and Lady Charlotte Campbell, after Hoppner, by C. Wilkin, 

open-letter proofs (Agnew), £32 lis. 

133 Lady St. Asaph ; and Viscountess Andover, after and by the same, proofs 

before letters (Agnew), £50 8s. 

134 Lady Charlotte Duncombe, after and by the same ; and Lady Gertrude Villiers 

by C. Wilkin, open-letter proofs (Agnew), £37 i6s. 

135 Thais (Miss Emily Pott), after Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, proof, in colours (W. 

Sabin), £34 13s. 

136 Miss Sneyd, as " Serena," after Romney, by J. R. Smith, in colours (W. Sabin), 

137 Mrs. Swinburne, after D. Gardner, by W. Doughty ; and Circe, after the same, 

by T. Watson, proof before letters (Weston), £4 14s. 6d. 

138 Miss Powell, after Read, by R. Houston, proof (Hill), £39 i8s. 

139 Mrs. Billington, after J. Downman, by Dunkarton, proof (Hill), £12 12s. 

140 Madame du Barri, after Drouais, by T. Watson (Parsons), £5 5s. 

141 The Countess of Carlisle, after Romney, by J. Walker (Hill), £18 i8s. 

142 Richard Cumberland, after Romney, by V. Green, first state (Parsons), £6 6s. 

143 The Marquess of Londonderry, after Lawrence, by C. Turner, proof before all 

letters (Baker), £2 2S. 

144 General James Stuart, after Lawrence, by G. Clint, open-letter proof (Parker), 

£2 2S. 

145 The fortune teller, after Owen, by C. Turner, proof before all letters (Jacobson), 

£19 19s. 

146 The mdow's tale, after J. R. Smith, by W. Ward, open-letter proof (VV'. Sabin), 

£32 IIS. 

147 The Centurion Cornelius, after Rembrandt, by J. Ward, wide margin (Davis), 

£3 3S. 

148 Jan Six, after Rembrandt, by Houston, proof before all letters ; and Rem- 

brandt's father, after the same, by Greenwood, ditto (F. Daniell), £9 gs. 

149 Lord Newton, after Raebum, by C. Turner (Bird), £13 13s. 

1.50 Miranda (half-length), after Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof ; 

and Imogen, after Wontner, by Miller, ditto (Colnaghi), £12 is. 6d. 
151 & 152 Peter Paul Rubens, after Van Dyck, by J. Audran ; Miss Siddons, after 

Lawrence, by G. Clint, proof (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

153 Master Herbert as "Bacchus," after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, first 

state (Green), £2 12s. 6d. 

154 Henry, Duke of Cumberland, after the same, by T. Watson, first state (Barnard), 

los. 6d. 

155 Mrs. Hartley and child, after Sir. J. Reynolds, by G. Marchi (Wilson), £2 12s. 6d, 

156 The same, stipple, by W. Nutter (Wilson), £2 12s. 6d. 

157 Saint Cecilia (Mrs. Sheridan), after the same, by W. Dickinson, second state 

(Maggs), £5 5s. 

158 Lady O'Brien, after the same, by J. Di.xon (Wilson), £4 4s. 

159 Miss Greville and brother, after the same, by J. McArdell (Wilson), £2 2S. 

160 Mrs. Siddons as " The tragic muse," after the same, by F. Haward, second 

state (Mills), £10 los. 

161 The fortune teller, after the same, in hne by J. K. Sherwin ; and Madonna col 

Bambino, after the same, by J. R. Smith, proof (Mills), £5 5s. 

162 The Duke and Duchess of Rutland, after Sanders, by Cousins and J. Lucas, 

a pair (Davis), £3 3s. 



igo ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 6, 19 14, Christie's. 

The Gomm Collection of Pictures by Old Masters and 
Pictures and Drawings from other sources. 



The Gomm Collection. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Early English School. Sophia, sister of Sir William Gomra, in white dress, 

with blue sash, pastel — lo X 8 (Leggatt), £33 12s. 

2 Italian School. Queen Penthesilia leading her troops ; and Romulus and 

Remus, fan mounts (Parsons), £7 7s. 

3 Italian School. Diana at a boar hunt ; and Aurora, after Guido, by F. Galletta, 

fan mounts (Parsons), £6 6s. 

4 Rosalba, Head of a girl, with flowers in her hair, pastel — 12 X loj (Mitchison) ,, 

£13 13s. 

PICTURES. 

5 The field of Blenheim, panel ; Head of a lady, by Sir F. Grant, P.R.A. ; and 

Pair of miniatures, in one frame (Jardine), £2 12s. 6d. 

6 Backhuysen, L., The port of Amsterdam, signed, and dated i66i- — 25 X 35i 

(Agnew), £525. 

7 Backhuysen, L., Coast scene : Three figures on a mound, watching a fishing 

boat coming ashore on a sandy beach, a man-of-war beyond, a town in the 
distance on the left — 25I X 35^ (Tooth), £525. 

8 Bol, F., Young lady in crimson bodice, with dark cloak held in front by her 

left hand, wearing a large crimson hat with white feather — 26i X 23 

(Witham), £2,205. 
3 Bolognese, II, River scene, with bridge and classical figures — io| x 20J (Leg- 
gatt), £3 3s. 
3 Bordone, Paris, Adoration of the Magi — 34 X 66J (Vicars), £21. 
t Both, Jan, The artist drawing from Nature ; the figures by A. Both — 40^ X 4& 

(Agnew), £157 los. 
J Canaletto, Entrance to the Grand Canal, Venice, with the Dogana and Santa 

Maria della Salute ; and The island of San Giorgio, Venice, a pair — 2 1 J X 32 J 

(A. Wertheimer), £231. 
3 Grant, Sir Francis, P.R.A., Mrs. Cornewell, nee Kerr, in white mushn dress 

with black bow, panel, oval — 17 X 15 (Flcischner), £9 9s. 
i Mclnnes, R., Sir William Gomm, K.C.B., Field-Marshal, Constable of the 

Tower of London, in dark military cloak, holding a telescope' — 49i X 36^ 

(Amor), £54 i2S. 
; Mola, P. F., Mountain streams, with fig\ires, a pair, panel, octagonal — 9 X iij 

(Bell), £10 IDS. 
j Mola, P. F., Landscape with the Angel appearing to Hagar, on copper — 

iij X I4i (Agnew), £10 los. 
' Neer, A. van der. River scene : Moonlight — igf X 28J (Tooth), £199 ids. 
! Pannini, P., Arch of Septimus Severus ; and The Coliseum, Rome, a pair — 

17 X 28^ (Watney), £37 i6s. 
I Poelenburgh, C. Van, Rocky stream, with nymphs bathing, on copper — 

II i X 14 (Cohen), £39 iSs. 
I Poelenburgh, C. Van, a landscape with the Magdalen at her devotions ; a 

group of cherubs seen above, panel — 12 X 13J (Cohen), £29 8s. 



Christie's.] March 6, 1914. 191 

21 Poussin, G., HiUy river scene with classical figures — 23 x 33 (Cohen), £12 12s. 

22 Rembrandt, Old man in dark dress trimmed with fur, and with white ruff, 

books and papers on the left, panel — 27J y 22 (Permain), £997 los. 

23 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., William Gomm, Esq., of Nethercott, in plum-coloured 

coat and vest, trimmed with gold braid, small white frills at the neck, 
powdered wig, oval — 28 x 22 (Blaker), £68 5s. 

24 Romney, G., Mrs. William Gomm, of Nethercott, in black dress, with small: 

riband around her neck, her hair done high, and dressed with a white lace 
cap — 29i X 24J (Nicholson), ij-^ los. 

25 Rubens, P. P., The park of the castle of Steen, the castle is seen, while in the 

foreground a company of ladies and gentlemen are conversing, panel — 
2%\ X 4oi (Cohen), £8g 5s. 

26 Scott, Samuel, View on the Thames at Westminster : The bridge in course of' 

construction, a state barge, and other boats and figures — 23! ,< 44 (Agnew),, 
£346 los. 

27 Scott, Samuel, View of old London Bridge — 23^ x 44 (Witham), £367 ids. 

28 Swanevelt, H., River scene with classical buildings, cattle, and figures washing 

clothes — 24 X 48 (Gordon), £24 3s. 

29 Swinton, J. R., Lady Gomm in red dress, playing a piano — 28^ x 24 (Dyer), 

£5 5S. 

30 Teniers, D., Village scene: A peasant holding a spade, a woman scouring a 

pot, and another woman coming through a doorway, a peasant driving 
cows, and beyond a church among buildings, panel — 16 x 24 (Colnaghi and 
Obach), £210. 

31 Teniers, D., Interior of a tavern — 20J y 25^ (Gordon), £28 7s. 

32 Tivoli, Rosa di. Hilly landscapes with herdsmen and animala, a pair — 38 x 52 

(Ceilings), ii 5s. 

W. Van de Velde. 

33 A Fleet at anchor — 394 x 53 (Colnaghi). £2,625. 

34 Vessels in a calm — 14 X i6i (Muller & Co.), £630. 

35 A stormy sea : In the centre a yacht bearing four flags, on the left a small boat 

hoisting sail, other vessels in the distance — 14 x i6i (Tooth), £336. 

36 Fishing boat putting out to sea, panel — 10 X 13 (Agnew), £231. 

37 Beach scene : Fishing and stranded boats near a jetty, panel — 9 J x 13 (Lipp- 

mann), £47 5s. 

38 A naval engagement — 8^ X 18 (Goudstikker), £24 3s. 

39 A rocky shore : Bay scene with ship on the rocks, other boats and figures — 

8i X loj (Cohen), £14 14s. 

40 Low tide: Beach scene, with fisherfolk and boats, panel — 3 x 4 (Huggins), 

£10 IDS. 

DRAWINGS. 

41 Gardner, D., The bird cage : A lady in pink dress standing by a table, holding a 

basket, beliind her a lady in yellow costume, putting a bird into a cage, 
pastel — 29 X 2ii (Smith), £16 i6s. 

42 Liotard, J. E., Mrs. Ann Fisher, wife of Brice Fisher, Esq., of Craig's Court. 

Charing Cross, M.P. for Boroughbridge, in bright blue satin cape and black 
hat over a white lace cap, pastel — 21J X 16J (Fisher), £273. 

43 Russell, J., R.A., The dead goldfinch : a young girl in white dress with blue 

sash, mourning the loss of her pet bird, pastel — 23 X 17 (Pfungst), £105. 

44 Gardner, D., Anthony, fifth earl of Shaftesbury, when a boy, in white Van 

Dyck costume, seated on a terrace, pastel, oval — 20 X 16 (Amor), £i8g.. 



192 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

45 Russell, J ., R.A., Mrs. Rowe, wife of Captain Rowe, in white muslin dress cut 

low at the neck, with mauve sash, holding a golden lyre, pastel, signed, 
and dated 1788, oval — 29 X 24 (Bate), £1^7 los. 

46 Edridge, H., A.R.A., 1805, Lady seated holding a book — 13! X 9J (Leggatt), 

£5 5S. 

47 Smith, J. R., Lady and a gentleman : The lady in white dress with black lace 

fichu and blue sash ; the gentleman in brown coat, holding some music, 
pastel — 14 X II (Willis), £23 2S. 

48 Schongauer, M., Saint Agnes, pen and ink — 9 X 6i (Sabin), £162 15s. 

49 Gardner, D., Lord Pembroke in scarlet military coat and buff vest, pastel — 

loj X H (Amor), £105. 

PICTURES. 

50 Gorp, Van, Le Retour d'un Hussard — 34 X 45 (Bate), £27 6s. 

51 Owen, W., R.A., Miss Sophia Hutchins Calcott in yellow dress, holding a book 

— ^29 X 24 (Thrift), £199 los. 

52 Lenain, A. L. and M., Peasant family resting by a well — 38J X 40 (Wheeler), 

£44 2S. 

53 Boucher, Cupids in the clouds — 25 X 31 (Scott), £84. 

54 Greuze, Gentleman in blue naval coat with white stock, oval — 22J X 18 

(Lippmann), £29 8s. 

55 Pistoja, Gerino da, The Virgin in red and blue dress, seated, with the Infant 

Saviour on her lap holding a goldfinch, and Angel on either side in adoration, 
panel, Tondo — 33J ins. diameter (Leeds), £52 los. 

56 Sassoferrato, Madonna, in blue robe, holding the Infant Saviour in her arms — 

29 X 2il (Agnew), £71 8s. 

57 Ruysdael, J. van. Rocky river scene, with peasant driving animals, a hiU 

behind some trees on the right — 32 X 43^ (Gordon), £99 15s. 

58 Goyen, J. van. Old buildings near a pool, signed with initials, and dated 1631, 

panel — 15^ X 20J (Agnew), £241 los. 

59 Murillo, B. E., Adoration of the shepherds — 25 X 30^^ (Martin), £63. 

61 Ruysdael, S. van. River scene with sailing boats and cattle watering, in the 

foreground peasants in a rowing boat, in the distance a castle among trees, 
panel — i7t X 24 (Colnaghi), £346 los. 

62 Moroni, G. B., Man in dark dress holding his hat in his right hand — 43 X 39 

(Wagner), £15 15s. 

63 Dyck, Van, Le Conte de Pembroke in red dress with dark cloak, flowing hair — 

28 X 23 (Eades), £57 15s. 

64 Terburg, G., Interior, with cavaliers playing cards, panel — 24J X 2 — (Goud- 

stikker), £110 5s. 

65 Mignard, P., Louis XIV and ladies of his Court, a set of ten, oval — 15J X 12J 

(Gordon), £78 15s. 

66 Mignard, P., Lady in red dress with green scarf, holding some blossom, oval — 

48J X 39i (Gordon), £31 los. 

67 Hudson, T., George Frederick Handel in brown coat and yellow vest, holding 

a book — 48 X 37 (Parsons), £21. 

68 Wouverman, Ph., Piebald horse, its rider, and a woman spinning, in a landscape, 

panel — i5i X 13} (Schnell), £50 8s. 

69 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Thomas Naylor, Esq., Mayor of Liverpool, i795. 

in brown coat with brass buttons, white vest and stock, seated — 29J X 24I 
(Dyer), £50 8s. 

70 Teniers, D., Rocky landscape with gipsies and peasants in the foreground — • 

39 X 49 (Goudstikker), £46 4s. 



Christie's.] March 6, 1914. 193 

71 Amald, G., A.R.A., Landscape with figures and animals in the foreground, a 

factory beyond — 43^ X 55i (W. Smith), £7 7s. 

72 Beerstraaten, A., Winter landscape with buildings and figures on the ice — 

34 X 59 (Goudstikker), £19 19s. 

73 Rigaud, H., Gentleman in armour, with white lace frills and white scarf — 

29 X 24 (Lawson), £19 19s. 

74 Mans, F. H., Village on a river, with boats and figures, signed, and dated 1691 

—18 X 26 (Grunt), £22 IS. 

75 Early English School. Lady in white dress with red cloak — 294 X 24J 

(A. Tooth), £57 15s. 

76 Harlow, G. H., Lady in dark dress, wearing a rose — 35^ X 27 (Stone), £5 5s. 

77 Breenbergh, B., Cymon and Iphigenia, with attendants, near an old ruin — 

32 X 414 (Bade), £16 i6s. 

78 Verschuringh, H., Youth on horseback, with peasant woman and other figures 

near classical buildings — 23J X 29J (Marchant), £52 los. 

79 Tilborch, G., Interior of a village school — n x 18 (Schweder), £8 8s. 

80 Fraucks, F., Village scene, with gentleman and lady distributing bread to 

peasants, panel — 25.J X 36J (Lacey), £31 los. 

81 Canaletto, A., Ruined bridge, with figures and boats — 29J x 37i (Lippmann),. 

£52 IDS. 

82 Northcote, J., R.A., Lady in brown and white dress with blue sash — 30 x 24 

(Thrift), £110 5s. 

83 Moucheron, Woody landscape, with figures before an inn on the right — 39 J x 53 

(Starton), £35 14s. 

84 Rubens, Landscape, with water mill, figures and cattle, panel — 21 X 32 

(Crome), £46 4s. 

85 Early English School. Sir J. W. de la Pole, Bart., of Shute, in crimson coat 

with blue collar, a dog before him — 28 x 23^ (Cox), £16 16s. 

86 Venne, A. van der. Adoration of the Magi, grisaiUe — 29 x 24 (Goudstikker), 

£8 8s. 

87 Brauwer, A., Interior of a tavern : Group of boors are seated round a table 

merry-making — 13 x 20 (Vicars), £1,974. 

88 Wouverman, Ph., Soldiers halting on the march, panel — 13^ x 15J (Dobell), 

£94 lOS. 

89 Raebum, Sir H., R.A., Rev. Robert Walker, D.D., of Edinbturgh, in black coat 

and knee breeches, tall black hat and white stock, skating on a frozen lake 
—29 X 24 (Leeds), £546. 
QO Brauwer, Man taking medicine, panel — 13 X loj (Kendal), £52 los. 

91 Bellotto, B., View of Turin— 49^ X 68 (Agnew), £378. 

92 Raebum, Sir H., R.A. (after), Alexander Allan, Esq., banker, in blue coat, 

dark breeches and stockings, seated at a table — 80 X 56 (Wise), £29 8s. 

93 Both, Hilly landscape with travelling peasants — 40 X 49 (Stoddart), £7 7s. 

94 The Master of the Utrecht Adoration, Triptych, with the Descent from the 

Cross in the centre ; the Procession to Calvary and the Resurrection on the 
wings, panel, centrepiece — 34J :■ 22 (Childs), £73 los. 

95 Watson, G., P.R.S.A., Alexander Stodert, Esq., in dark brown coat and white 

stock, landscape and red curtain background — 29J X 24 (Odell), £21. 

96 Bega, C. P., Interior, with peasant family ; and Interior of a tavern, with figures, 

a pair, panel — 153 x i3i (Lewis), £9 9s. 

97 Noort, P. van, Fishermen by the edge of a river, holding up a net full of fish, 

signed, and dated 1621 — 54 X 72J (Schroeder), £10 los. 



194 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

98 Hondecoeter, Goats, with poultry and other birds, in a landscape— 52 X 65 

(CoUings), £22 IS. 

99 Teniers, D., Landscape with church and other buildings, a herdsman with a 

cow and sheep in the foreground — 46 x 65^ (Elton), £16 i6s. 
-100 Domenichino, A cardinal seated in an armchair — 54 >; 38 (S. T. Smith), 

£5 15s. 6d. 
loi Leslie, C. R., R.A., John Howard Payne, author of " Home, Sweet Home," 

in the character of " Hamlet "— 29J x 24^ (Bale), £22 is. 

102 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Henrietta Catherine, daughter of Stephen Croft, 

Esq., and wife of M. Cholmley, Esq., of Howsham, in white embroidered 
dress trimmed with fur, leaning her right elbow on a pedestal — sgj x 245 
(Bell), £252. 

103 Goyen, J. van, Town on a river : A ferry boat, figvires and animals in the fore- 

ground, sailing-boats in the distance — 22J x 31! (Neave), £136 los. 

104 Longhi, P., A reception in a Venetian Palace — 55 x 89 (Widecombe), £63. 

105 Neer, A. van der. River scene : Sunset, buildings among trees on either bant 

— 24 x 33J (Gooch), £420. 

106 Ribera, J. de, Man in dark dress and cap, holding a satchel, signed, and dat«d 

— 49 X 36 (Wylde), £10 los. 

107 Ribera, J. de, A mathematician in a patched costume, holding a geometrical 

drawing — 49 X 39 (Mayhew), £33 12s. 

Property of the late Albert Bankes, Esq., Wolferton 
House. Dorchester. 

PICTURES. 

108 Bol, F., An astronomer in red robe, holding a pair of compasses, and seated 

at a table on which are a globe, books, and papers — 44 x 48 (Holland), 
£79 i6s. 

109 Opie, J., R.A., Miss Dee (married, firstly, Mr. Johnston, and secondly, Admiral 

Sir G. E. Nugent, Admiral of the Fleet), in dark dress cut low at the neck 
and edged with white muslin, powdered hair, red curtain background, 
oval — 29i X 24i (Colnaghi & Obach), £997 los. 

Property of Sir Alexander Gibbons, Bart., Stanwell 
Place, Staines. 

no Highmore, J., The three Misses Kenrick, daughters of Dr. Kenrick, vicar of 
Hambledon, in white, blue, and yellow dresses with lace trimmings, in a 
garden, arranging a garland of flowers, a mansion on the right — 57 x 93 
(Baddeley), £168. 

Ill Hudson, T., Admiral Charles Watson with his son, in naval uaiform, walking 
in a landscape, his young son, in oriental costume, stands before him — 
93i >: 57 (Clay), £430 los. 

A Different Property. 

PICTURES. 

1X2 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Maria Christina Lady .A.rundell, in rich dress and 
crimson cloak trimmed with ermine, standing by a stone balustrade, 
carrying her coronet in her right hand, while with her left she holds a fold 
of her robe, red curtain and landscape background — 93 x 57 (Vicars), £420. 

113 Re.>iiolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Henry, Eighth Baron Arundell, in embroidered 
surccat with crimson coat, breeches, and cloak with ermine cape, leaning his 
right arm on a pedestal on which is his coronet, while his left rests 00 his 



Christie's.] March 6, 1914. 195 

hip, architectural and landscape background — 93 x 57 (S. T. Smith), 
£304 lOS. 

114 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Mary, Lady Arundell, in white dress, and crimson 

cloak trimmed with ermine, standing by a gilt console-table on which is 
her coronet, towards which she extends her right hand, landscape and red 
curtain background — 93 X 57 (Vicars), £525. 

115 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Henry, seventh Baron Arundell, in embroidered 

surcoat, with crimson coat, breeches, and cloak with ermine cape, standing 
resting his left arm on a stone pedestal on which is his coronet, holding his 
glove in his right hand, architectural and landscape background — 93 X 57 
(Leggatt), £304 los. 



March 12, 19 14. Christie's, 

Modem Etchings and a Collection of Mezzotint Portraits, 
many printed in Colours. 

Unjramed. 

1 Bejot, E., Pont St. Nicholas, Paris; and J. M. Whistler, lithograph by P. 

Rajon, on green paper (Cash), £2 12s. 6d. 

2 Bone, M., A country mews (Colnaghi), £18 i8s. 

3 Bone, M., Ely Yard (Colnaghi), £28 7s. 

4 Bone, M., East Blatchington (Colnaghi), £28 7s. 

5 Bone, M., Stirling Castle, No. 2 (Colnaghi), £32 iis. 

6 Cameron, D. Y., .A lady of Genoa (R. 217) (Maggs), £5 5s. 

7 Cameron, D. Y., On the Ourthe (R. 398) (Maggs), £16 5s. 6d. 

8 Cameron, D. Y., The workshop (R. 369), before the man outside the window 

on the right was taken out, and after the shadowing of the cans (Parsons), 
£26 5S. 

9 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, The terrace, Cintra (H. 192) ; and Out of study window 

(H. 18), both signed (.Agnew), £13 12s. 

10 Thompson, A. P., Nocturne ; Pena Castle, Cintra ; Largo dc Santa .\ndre, 

Lisbon ; and Porte de Gand, Bruges (Parsons), i8s. 

1 1 Raalte, H. van. The boat builder's shop, Rye ; Rue Grcnier sur I'Eau, Paris, 

by H. A. Webster ; and The valley of time, by A.E. John (Colnaghi), £1 2S. 

12 Whistler, J. M., Billingsgate (W. 45) (Maggs), 5s. 

13 Whistler, J. M., Fleur-dc-lys passage (W. 233) (Coluagln), £32 us. 

Framed. 

14 Bone, M., St. John's Wood (D. 208) (Colnaghi), £23 2s. 

15 Bone, M., Culross roofs (Gutekunst), £37 i6s. 

16 Bone, M., Hove (D. 197) (Colnaghi), £22 is. 

17 Bone, M., Ossctt, Yorkshire (D. 18S) (Cohiaghi), £2; is. 

18 Brangwyn, F., The Avenue, Montreuil ; La Vachdre, by Chas. Jacque ; and 

another (Fine Art Society), £5 15s. 6d. 

19 Cameron, D. Y., Haddington (R. 357) (Davidson), £12 12s. 

20 Cameron, D. Y., The North Porch, Harfleur (R. 360), before the plate was 

reduced in size (Connell), £52 los. 

21 Cameron, D. Y., Robert Lee's workshop (R. 375), before the additional dry- 

pointing (Colnaghi), £37 i6s. 

22 Cameron, D. Y., Street in Cairo (R. 414) (Colnaghi), £35 14s. 

23 Crosfing the stream, after Peter Graham, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proof, signed 

by the painter ; and two others (Tooth), £5 15s. 6d. 



196 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Sir F. Seymour Haden. 

24 The Little Longparish (H. 236) ; and Nine Barrow down (H. 167), signed, two 

in one frame (Connell), £6 6s. 

25 The Yacht Tavern, Erith (H. 112), trial proof, signed (Dunthorne), £12 is. 6d. 

26 Out of the study window (H. 18), trial proof, signed (Agnew), £16 i6s. 

27 Kidwelly Town (H. 24) ; and Little Calais Pier (H. 98), signed (Connell), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

28 Egham Lock (H. 16) ; and Kidwelly Castle (H. 25), first state (Parsons), £1 is. 

29 Fulham (H. 19), early trial proof, signed (Agnew), £y 7s. 

30 Railway encroachment (H. 74), signed (Parsons), £1 is. 

31 Kew Side (H. 82) (Mrs. Clark), £2 12s. 6d. 

32 A river side, Devon (H. 130), touched trial proof (Dunthorne), £4 14s. 6d. 

33 Harry Kelly's, Putney (H. 117), signed (Connell), £5 15s. 6d. 

34 House of the smith (H. 63), first state, signed (Parsons), £1 is. 

35 On the Test (H. 20) (Gutekunst), £8 i8s. 6d. 

36 Sonning Bank (H. 116), signed ; and Thames Ditton, with a sail (H. 73) 

(Parsons), £8 8s. 

37 The Inn, Purfieet (H. 139), first state, signed (Connell), £8 8s. 

38 Mount's Bay (H. 127), touched trial proof (Parsons), £1 is. 

39 Windmill Hill, No. i (H. 163), signed (Gutekunst), £6 i6s. 6d. 

40 Pool Dornie (H. 158), signed (Colnaghi), £4 14s. fid. 

41 Erith Marshes (H. 113), trial proof (Dunthorne), £5 15s. fid. 

42 Greenwich (H. 207), first state, signed (Agnew), £19 19s. 

J. M. Whistler. 

43 Vauxhall Bridge (W. 66), on green paper ; and Liverdun (W. 4), with the butter- 

fly in pencil (Parsons), £12 12s. 

44 'Long-shore men (W. 43) ; and The unsafe tenement (W. 7) (Parsons), £6 6s. 

45 The pool (W. 41) (Colnaghi), £6 i6s. fid. 

46 Drury Lane (W. 176) (Gutekunst), £13 13s. 

47 St. James' Street (W. 140) (Connell), £4 4s. 

48 Fulham (W. 148), with the butterfly in pencil (Dunthorne), £17 6s. 6d. 

49 Temple (W. 170) (Maggs), £7 7s. 

50 Gants de Suede ; and A lady reading, two lithographs, in one frame (Maggs), 

£1 IS. 

A. F. Affleck. 

51 Porte de Ostende, Bruges ; Cloth Hall, Malines ; and Zaandam saw mills 

(Page), £6 i6s. 6d. 

52 Chateau d'Amboise (Page), £5 15s. 6d. 

53 Linlithgow Palace (Connell), £10 los. 

54 Gateway at Burgos (Page), £5 15s. 6d. 

55 Loches (Page), £5 15s. 6d. 

56 Durham (Page), £5 i^s. 6d. 

57 Hotel de Ville, Bruges (Page), £6 i6s. 6d. 
59 The old palace, Culross (Colnaghi), £36 15s. 



60 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Agamemnon, trial proof (Foster), £28 7s. 

61 McBey, James, Poitiers ; The Amstel ; and Fintray : Early morning (Colnaghi), 

£13 2S. 6d. 

62 McLaughlan, D. S., The Lion Column ; Le Fleche, Rouen ; Morning, Venice ; 

and The Certosa, Florence (Franldin), £3 3s. 

63 McLaughlan, D. S., Pavia ; and Canal of the Little Saint (Parsons), £9 19s. 6d. 

64 Zorn, A. L., Betty Nansen (Dunthorne), £18 i8s. 



Christie's.] March 12, 1914. 197 

D. Y. Camerok. 

66 The Rialto (R. 305) (ConneU), £26 5s. 

67 Ponte della Trinita (R. 325) (Parsons), £11 its. 

68 Rue des Gilles Dieu. Angers (R. 329) (Craig), £24 3s. 

69 Chinon (R. 330) (Maggs), £23 2=. 

70 St. Gervais, Rue des Barres (R. 364) (Colnaghi), £ig 19s. 

71 Cambuskenneth (R. 367) (Davidson), £14 14s. 

72 John Knox's House, Edinburgh (R. 368) (Parsons), £31 los. 

73 Still waters (R. 381) (Huggins), £45 3s. 

74 Robin's Court (R. 385) (Franklin), £15 4s. 6d. 

75 On the Meuse (R. 390) (ConnellJ, £69 6s. 

76 The Belfry of Bruges (R. 392) (Rivers), £32 irs. 

77 Notre Dame, Dinant (R. 394) (ConneU), £63. ' 

78 Dinant (R. 395) (Maggs), £46 4s. 

79 Beauvais (R. 412) (Colnaghi), £33 12s. 

80 The chimera of Amiens (R. 415) (Gutekuost), £37 5s. 

Hedley Fitton. 

81 Advocate's Close, Edinburgh (Page), £5 15s. 6d. 

82 Casa di Nobili (Page), £7 17s. 6d. 

83 Church of the Three Kings, St. Emilion ; and Pont St. Etienne, Limoges. 

(Bernard), £7 7s. 

84 The city gateway, Genoa (Bernard), £7 7s. 

85 Dumfries ; and St. Hilaire, Poitiers (Ellis), £7 17s. 6d. 

86 The Monument ; and St. Martin's Church (Dunthorne), £6 i6s. 6d. 

87 Roslin Chapel, Edinburgh (Maggs), £13 13s. 

88 Rue Hotel Barbette (Agnew), £5 5s. 

89 Rue St. Remain, Rouen, No. 2 (Page), £5 15s. 6d. 

90 St. Andrew's Castle (Colnaghi), £6 6s. 

91 La Tour de I'Horloge, Tours (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 

Framed. 

92 BrangwjTi, F., Black Mill, Winchelsea (Fine Art Society), £7 17s. 6d. 

93 Brangwyn, F., St. Nicholas, Paris (Nichols), £5 15s. 6d. 

94 Brangwyn, F., The Crucifixion (Nichols), £13 2s. 6d. 

95 Bone, M., Ballantrae Road (D. 212) (Colnaghi), £33 12s. 

96 Bone, M., Surrey Moor, Elstead (D. 123) (Colnaghi), £26 5s. 

Hedley Fitton. 

97 Hever Castle ; and Rue Pierouette, Paris (Dunthorne), £16 i6s. 

98 Borgo San Jacopo, Florence (Dunthorne), £10 los. 

99 The Horse Guards, Whitehall (Tooth), £14 14s. 
100 St. Maclou, Rouen (Ellis), £g 19s. 6d. 

loi The shrine of Edward the Confessor, Westminster (Ellis), £5 5s. 
D. Y. Cameron. 

102 Raha (R. 433), before the shadow was removed from the left side of house- 

(HaUiday), £9 gs. 

103 The Boddin (R. 42S) (Colnaghi), £10 los. 

104 Murthly-on-the-Tay (R. 376) (Dunthorne), £16. 

105 Evening on the Garry (R. 383), before the two trees in the middle distaace 

(Dunthorne), £13 13s. 

106 Ye banks and braes (R. 279), before dry-pointing (Dtmthorne), £14 14 \ 

107 Dinnet Moor (R. 431) (Maggs), £14 14s. 

108 Mar's work, Stirling, No. 2 (R. 386) (ConneU), £27 6s. 

109 HarBeur (R. 356), with standing figure (ConneU), £52 ros. 

n 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



no The Gateway of Bruges (R. 387), trial proof, before the notice board (Ferguson), 

£42- 

111 Old St. Etienne (R. 400) (Dunthorne), £52 los. 

Unjramed. 

112 Miss Linley and her brother, after Gainsborough, by N. Hirst, artist's proof 

(Agnew), £19 19s. 

113 P«Iiss Susanna Gyll, after Hoppner, by the same, artist's proof (Bird), £2 15s. 

114 Mrs'. Parlcyn : and Miss Frognal Dibdin, after and by the same, artist's proofs 

(EUis), £4 14s. 6d. 

115 Mrs. Irving Boswell, after Raeburn, by the same, artist's proof (Agnew), £5 5s. 

116 Lady Maitland, after and by the same, artist's proof (Hoydon), £3 13s. 6d. 

117 The Hon. Theresa Parker, after Reynolds, by the same, two impressions, 

artist's proofs (Hoydon), £4 14s. 6d. 

118 Lady Forbes, after Romney, by N. Hirst, artist's proof (Taylor), £7 7s. 

119 I.ady Monson, after and by the same, artist's proof (Agnew), £8 8s. 

120 Salisbury Cathedral, after Constable, by the same, artist's proof (Ellis), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

121 Fancy free, after A. S. Wortley, by the same, artist's proof (Agnew), £8 8s. 

122 Midsummer ; and Lovers, after Albert Moore, by the same, artist's proofs 

(Gooden & Fox), los. 6d. 

123 Mrs. Home Drummond, after Raeburn, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proofs 

(Colnaghi), £18 iSs. 

124 Lady Carmichael, after and by the same, artist's proof (Agnew), £9 9s. 

125 Lady Anne Culling Smith and children, after Hoppner, by the same, artist's 

proof (Colnaghi), £16 i6s. 

126 Miss Bingham, after and by the same, artist's proof (Colnaghi), £3 33. 

127 Lady Milnes, after Romney, by Scott Bridgwater ; and Miss Adelaide Payne, 

after Hamilton, by the same, artist's proofs (Colnaghi), £8 8s. 

128 Mrs. Townley Ward, after Romney, by the same, artist's proof (Taylor), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

129 Mrs. Clay and child, after Romney, by A. Hewlett, artist's proof (Gooden and 

Fox), £5 5S. 

130 Lady Stewart, after the same, by J. C. Webb ; and Lady Raglan, after Law- 

rence, by J. B. Pratt, artist's proofs (Taylor), £3 13s. 6d. 

131 Lady Hamilton, as a Bacchante, after Reynolds, by H. T. Greenhead ; and 

Head of Lady Hamilton, after Romney, by Appleton, artist's proofs 
(Peake), £1 iis. 6d. 

132 Mrs. Davies Cooke, after Romney, by H. T. Greenhead, artist's proof (Howard), 

los. 6d. 

133 The Countess of Mexborough, after Hoppner, by T. G. Appleton ; Lady Dover 

and child, after Lawrence, by Every ; and another, artist's proofs (Agnew), 
los. 6d. 

Printed in Colours. 

134 Miss Sarah Campbell, after Reynolds, by C. R. James, artist's proof (Cross), 

£1 IS. 

135 Lady Betty Compton, after and by the same, proof; and Lady Charlotte 

Duncombe, after Hoppner, by the same, artist's proof (Granger), £5 15s. 6d. 

136 The Countess of Dysart, after Lawrence, by R. Smythe, artist's proof (Conneli), 

£12 I2S. 

137 The Marchioness of Salisbury, after and by the same ; and The Countess of 

Harewood, after Hoppner, by the same, artist's proofs (Conneli), £6 6s. 



Christie's.] March 12, 1914. 199 

138 Viscountess Althorp, after Reynolds, by E. GuUand, two impressions, artist's 

proofs ; and Mrs. Robinson, after and by the same, proof (Taylor), £2 12s. 6d. 

139 Lady Waldegrave, and Miranda, after Hoppner, by H. Norman, artist's proof 

(Bell), £5 15s. 6d. 

140 Mrs. Cunlifie OfHey, after Lawrence, by H. Norman ; and Nell Gwynne, after 

Lely, by M. Cormack, artist's proofs (Carpenter), £6 6s. 

141 Miss Croker and Countess Grosvenor, after Lawrence, by E. Jowett, artist's 

proofs (Reece), £10 los. 

142 Lady Palmerston, after the same, by D. A. Wehrschmidt, proof ; and Wonder- 

land, after M. L. Waller, by T. H. Crawford, artist's proof (Reece), £5 15s. 6d. 

143 & 144 Miss Croker, after Lawrence, by J. C. Webb, proof ; and Lady Julia 

Peel, after the same, by S. Cousins ; Lady Catherine Pelham Chnton, 
after Reynolds, by R. Smythe, proof ; and The Infant Academy, after the 
same, by W. Walker (Rawnsley), £1 iis. 6d. 

Sydney E. Wilson. 

Printed in Colours. 

145 Miranda, after Hoppner, artist's proof (Cross), £11 iis. 

146 Lady Julia Peel, after Lawrence ; and Lady EUzabeth Taylor, after Reynolds, 

artist's proofs (Vicars), £11 iis. 

147 Mrs. Musters ; and Mrs. Beresford, after G. Romney, artist's proofs (Alexander), 

£17 17s. 

148 Lady Hamilton, as " Circe," after the same, artist's proof (Vicars), £8 Ss. 

149 The Hon. Mrs. Graham, after Gainsborough, artist's proof (Vicars), £7 7?. 

150 Mrs. Hallett ; and Mrs. Sheridan, after the same, artist's proofs (Vicars), £18 i8s. 

151 The Duchess of Devonshire ; and Lady Sheffield, after the same, artist's proofs 

(Vicars), £i8 i8s. 

152 The Ladies Waldegrave, after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's proof (Vicars), £12 12s. 

Framed. 

153 Lady Smythe and children, after Sir J. Re3molds, proof (Vicars), £25 4s. 

154 Lady Hamilton, as a bacchante, after the same, proof (Vicars), £9 9s, 

155 Master Hare, after the same, artist's proof (Taylor), £8 8s. 

156 Mrs. Canning and children, after G. Romney, proof (Vicars), £12 12s. 

157 Lady Hamilton as " Natiu'e," after the same, proof (North), £17 17s. 
igS Miss Croker, after Sir T. Lawrence, artist's proof (Vicars), £21. 

159 Madame Le Brun and child, after Madame Le Brun, proof (Vicars), £12 12s. 

160 Nina, after J. B. Greuze, proof (Vicars), £39 i8s. 



161 Austerlitz, after J. L. E. Meissonier, by J. Jacquet, remarque proof (Vicars), 

£1 IS. 

162 Down to the Ferry, after J. Farquharson, by H. Sedcole, artist's proof (Young), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

163 Collecting the flock, after Peter Graham, artist's proof (Young), £2 2S. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 12 and 13, 1Q14. Sotheby's. 

Modern Etchings Engravings, and Lithographs, including 
engravings and etchings from the collection of the late 
Edward J. Reiss, Esq., 36, Cadogan Square, S.W. ; the 
late A. B. Stewart, Esq., Rawclifie, Glasgow; and the 
late Walter Behrens, Esq., The "Acorns," Fallowfield, 
Manchester; property of G. F. Hill, Esq., of the British 
Museum ; and of two other collectors. 



Engravings and etchings from the collection of the late 
Edward J. Reiss, Esq., 36, Cadogan Square, S.W. 

3 Bauer, M., The gate of the fort, artist's proof, signed (Colnaghi), £i 12s. 
7 Bracquemond, F., Partie perdue, after J. Meissonier, remarque proof, signed 

framed (Klackner), £21. 
9 Constant, B. (after). Queen Victoria on her throne, artist's proof No. 40, signed 

framed (Graves), £1. 

10 Cousins, S., Midsummer Night's Dream, after Sir E. Landseer, artist's proof 

framed (Vicars), £2 5s. 

11 Cousins, S., Simplicity (Miss Gwatkin), after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's proof 

signed, framed (Colnaghi), £12 los. 

13 Cousins, S., Sir Robert Peel, after Sir T. Lawrence, proof before letters, signed 

framed (Maggs), £4 los. 

14 Brunei- Debaines, Chill October, after Sir J. E. MiUais, artist's proof, signed 

framed (Agnew), £6 15s. 

28 Laguillermie, F. A., " La belle di Tiziano," after Titian, artist's proof, signed 

framed (Vicars), £2. 

29 Laguillermie, F. A., Marie Louise of Tassis, after Sir A. Vandyck, artist's proof 

signed, framed (Gooden & Fox), £3. 

34 Lucas, D., The cornfield, after J. Constable, early impression, cut close, framed 

(Johnson), £7 los. 

35 Lucas, D., Young Waltonians, after the same, proof before letters (Leggatt), £43. 

37 Mandel, E., Madonna di San Sisto, after Raffaelle, proof before any letters, 

and with the three white rings, framed (Vicars), £1. 

38 Mathey, Armand, The morning walk (Squire and Mrs. Hallett), after 

Gainsborough, artist's proof, signed, framed (Vicars), £2 2S. 

39 Mathey, Armand, Portrait of a lady, after Holbein, remarque proof, framed 

(Gooden & Fox), £3 15s. 
42 Morghen, R., Virgin and Child (" Madonna del Granduca "), after RaSaelle, 
proof before any letters except the initials of the engraver, framed (Russell), 

£1. 

J. B. Pratt. 

59 The Misses Carteret Hardy, after Sir T. Lawrence, artist's proof, signed, framed 

(Agnew), £5 los. 

60 Miss Farren, afterwards Countess of Derby, in the same state, framed (Gooden 

and Fox), £3 15s. 

61 Miss Judith Beresford, after J. Hoppner, in the same state, framed (Preston), 

£3 lOS. 

62 Mrs. TickeU, after G. Romney, in the same state, framed (Hoote), £2. 



Sotheby's.] March 12 and 13, 1914. 201 

63 Miss Byng, after J. Hoppner, in the same state, framed (Agnew), £5. 

64 Miss Selina Beresford, after the same, in the same state, framed (Hoote), £3 los. 

65 Mrs. Cuthbert, after Sir T. Lawrence, in the same state, framed (Agnew), £16. 

66 Mrs. Gregory, after Sir H. Raeburn, in the same state, framed (Colnaghi), £15. 

67 The Duchess of Gloucester, after T. Gainsborough, in the same state, framed 

(Preston), £2 2S. 
71 Rajon, P. A., J. S. Mill, after G. F. Watts, R.A., proof (Maggs), £1 2S. 
74 Goyer, G. M., The primavera, after Botticelh, remarque proof on vellum 

signed, framed (Hunt), £1. 

76 Steinle, M., The Madonna among the Meyer family, after Holbein, proof with 

artist's names, and the coat-of-arms, framed (Hunt), £1 4s. 

77 Strang, W., Joseph Chamberlain, artist's proof, signed, framed (Graves), £5 5s. 

78 Tiepolo, L., St. Charles Borromeo, framed (Colnaghi), £1 is. 

86 Koepping, C. H., The syndics, after Rembrandt, one of 125 proofs only, framed 

(Gutekunst), £26. 
83 Turner, J. M. VV. (after), The temple of Jupiter, by J. Pye, proof before letters, 

artists' names etched, framed (R. Ward), £3 3s. 

89 Turner, J. M. W. (after), Nemi ; and Oberwesel, by R. Wallis and J . T. Willmore, 

a pair, proofs before any letters, framed (Leggatt), £2 12s. 6d. 

90 Turner, J. M. W. (after). The Fighting Temeraire, by J. T. Willmore, proof 

before any letters, framed (Agnew), £7 los. 
gi Waltner, C, Lady Mulgrave, after Gainsborough, artist's proof, framed 

(Agnew), £1. 
93 Waltner, C, Christ before Pilate, after M. Munkacsy, remarque proof, signed, 

framed (Graves), £2 5s. 

Sir F. Short. 

97 Mont Righi at dawn, after J. M. W. Turner, artist's proof, signed (Agnew), 

£6 los. 

98 Coblentz, after the same, artist's proof, signed (.-^gnew), £6 los. 

99 London from Greenwich, after De Wint, in the same state (H. C. Dickins), 

£2 15s. 

100 Nithsdeile, in the same state (Barrett), £3 5s. 

101 The Thames at Twickenham, in the same state (Colnaghi), £2 15s. 



102 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Breaking up of the Agamemnon, first published state 

(T. Simpson), £34. 

103 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Etudes a I'Eau-forte, the series of twenty-five etchings, 

separately mounted, and five smaller mounted as vignettes on the descrip- 
tive letterpress, a set with the title, etc., in a portfolio as published (Col- 
naghi), £igo. 

104 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Subjects from the " Liber Studionmi " of J. M. W. 

Turner, comprising twelve copies of the plates and part of the frontispiece, 
the complete series as published, artist's proofs, signed, in a portfolio 
(Leggatt), £10 los. 

Plates Engraved by Sir F. Short 

To complete the " Liber Studiorum " of J. M. W. Turner, all in the earliest published 

state, signed by the engraver. 

105 Pan and Syrinx (R. Ward), £4 los. 

106 The stork and aqueduct (Agnew), £3 5s. 

107 Entrance of the Medway (R. Ward), £7 los. 

108 Falls ot the Rhine, Schaffhausen (Agnew), £6 los. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



109 Via Mala (R. Ward), £ii los. 

no Kingston Bank (Maggs), £3 los. 

111 Lucerne (Russell), £4 los. 

112 Stonehenge at daybreak (Agnew), £6. 

113 Pastoral (R. Ward), £5 5s. 

114 Magon (Reiff), £4 153. 

115 jEsacus and Hesperie (Reiff), £3. 
ri6 Derwentwater (R. Ward), £6 los. 

117 Huntsmen (Russell), £5 los. 

118 The lost sailor (Russell), £4. 

119 Moonlight at sea, off the Isle of Wight (Agnew), £5 5s. 

Other properties. 

MEZZOTINTS. 

121 Wilson, Sydney E., Miss Frances Vane, after Hoppner, mezzotint, in colour,. 

on India paper, signed (Vicars), £9. 

122 Wilson, Sydney E., A similar lot (Vicars), £9. 

Framed. 

124 Greenhead, H. T., Lady Castlereagh, after Sir T. Lawrence, on India paper,. 

signed (Graves), £15. 

125 Pratt, J. B., The Misses Carteret-Hardy, after Lawrence, on india paper, 

signed (Hoote), £5. 

126 Bridgwater, H. Scott, Lady Charlotte Duncombe, after Hoppner, on india 

paper, signed (Colnaghi), £5 ros. 

127 Bridgwater, H. Scott, Daughters of Sir Thomas Frankland, after Hoppner, on 

india paper, signed (Agnew), £19. 

128 Short, Sir Frank, Emma Hart, signed (Hoote), £2 los. 

ETCHINGS. 

129 Haig, Axel H., St. Mark's, Venice, signed (Vicars), £3. 

130 Haig, Axel H., Mount St. Michael, signed (Leggatt), £3 los. 

From the collection of the late A. B. Stewart, Esq., 
Rawcliffe, Glasgow. 

Many of these etchings were specially selected for the owner by Sir Seymour Haden, 
and bear his autograph note to this effect. 
Sir F. Sey.mour Haden. 

135 Calais pier, signed (Gutekunst), £17. 

136 Windsor castle from the river, signed (Connell), £11. 

137 Greenwich hospital, signed (Agnew), £21. 

138 Breaking up of the Agamemnon, signed (Gutekunst), £28. 

140 Thomas Carlyle, by Rajon, after G. F. Watts, remarque proof (Maggs), £1. 

141 Chas. Darwin, by Rajon, after G. F. Watts, remarque proof (Colnaghi), £4 5s. 

142 Thos. Carlyle, by G. Alphonse, after Legros, remarque proof (Gutekunst), £8 5s. 

143 Tennyson, by Rajon, remarque proof (Maggs), £1. 

151 An etching — Beggars, by Rembrandt ; and another, by the same (Gutekunst), 

£11 lOS. 

152 Virgin and Child, by A. DUrer (Maggs), £4 5s. 

MODERN ETCHINGS. 

166 Whistler, J. M., Little Arthur (Hastings), £1. 

167 Whistler, J. M., The Little Putney (Charters), £2 5s. 

168 Mcryon, C, St. Etienne-du-Mont, first state (Wedmore 14) (Charters), £18.. 



Sotheby's.] March 12 and 13, 1914. 203 

172 Strang, W., The white tower (Rimell), £2 5s. 

180 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Ye compleat angler (D. 149), signed (Hueson), £1 2S. 

182 Hankey, W. Lee, The Downs, two impressions, one in colours, both signed 

(Deighton), £1 15s. 

183 Hankey, W. Lee, Summer moon, two impressions, one printed in colours, both 

signed (Hardwick), £1 2S. 
196 Millet, J. F., The sower, on vellum (Colnaghi), £3 5s. 

J. McNeill Whistler. 

207 The unsafe tenement (Parsons), £1 45. 

208 Greenwich Park (Colnaghi), £3 7s. 6d. 

209 Little Arthur (Neumayer), 183. 

210 Another impression of Little Arthur (Charters), i6s. 

211 Florence Leyland (Rimell), £1. 

212 Zom, A., Portrait of a gentleman, signed (Connelll, £6 5s. 



Another property. 

MODERN ETCHINGS. 
James McBey. 

213 Burgos, signed (Colnaghi), £5 los. 

214 Old Torry, Aberdeen, signed (Colnaghi), £3 15s. 

215 The Don, signed (Colnaghi), £5 los. 

216 Cowgate, Edinburgh, signed (Colnaghi), £2 15s. 

217 Enkhuizen Harbour, signed (Colnaghi), £6. 

218 Volendam girl, signed (Colnaghi), £3 153. 

219 Monnickendam saw mill, signed (Colnaghi), £6. 

220 The shower, signed (Colnaghi), £6 los. 

221 The skylark, signed (Colnaghi), '£6 los. 



222 Robertson, Euan B., Bakehouse Close, Edinburgh, signed (Goupil), 14s. 

223 Robertson, Euan B., On the outskirts of San Sebastian, signed (Goupil,) £1 i8s. 

224 Maxwell, Tom, Distant view of Glasgow, signed (Connell), £1 3s. 

225 Cameron, D. Y., An illustrated catalogue of his etched work, by F. Rinder, 

special edition, 1912 (Graves), £13. 

Unframed. 

226 Burridge, Fred, Traeth Bach, signed ; and Pont-Marie, Pari;, by A. Lepere 

(Vacher), £2 5s. 

227 Day, Colonel John, Anna Pavlova, after Lavery, signed (Swan), £3. 

228 Hankey, W. Lee, Prayers, signed ; and Ponte Vecchic, Florence, by Colonel R. 

Goff, signed (Colnaghi), £3 los. 

229 Short, Sir Frank, A lane in Anmdel, signed (Rimell), £1 8;. 

From the collection of the late Walter Behrens, Esq., 
"The Acorns," Fallowfield, Manchester. 

COLOURED ETCHINGS. 

Framed. 
Fritz Thaulau. 

230 Women washing clothes in river, signed proof (No. 188) (Saunders), £2 los. 

231 View in Venice, signed proof (No. 159) (Harris), £1 15s. 

232 Winter scene : River with bridge, signed proof (No. 141) (Neumayer), £3. 



204 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

233 Evening : Village street, with church lighted up, signed proof (No. 123) 

(Saunders), £4. 

234 Moniing ; and Evening, a pair, signed proofs (Nos. 118, 82) (Saunders), £6. 



235 Chabanian, Pfche aux crevettes, signed proof (No. 33) (Neumayer), £2. 

236 Raffaelle, Street scene in Paris ; and another, signed proofs (Saunders), £3. 

237 Robbie, Ladies in a snowstorm, signed proof (Harker), £1 5s. 

238 Seahy, Snow scene ; and Birds, woodcuts, in colours, signed proofs (Colnaghi), 

£1 I2S. 

240 Miss Alexander, after Whistler, print, in colours (Colnaghi), £5 los. 

241 Whistler, Battersea Bridge, only 35 printed, unframed (Gutekunst), £10. 

242 Whistler, Putney Bridge, only 35 printed, unframed (Gutekunst), £11. 

The property of G. F. Hill, Esq., of the British Museum. 

MODERN ETCHINGS. 

243 Haig, A. H., Doorway of Seville Cathedral, signed (Slade), £1 los. 

244 Haig, A. H., Basilica of St. Giles, signed (Arthur), £3 17s. 6d. 

245 Haig, A. H., Ambulatory, Westminster, signed (Slade), £2 7s. 6d. 

246 Haig, A. H., Aisles of Chartres, signed (Deighton), £9. 

247 Short, Sir Frank, Sea with ships, after Tinker, signed (Manning), £1. 

Uniramed. 

248 Haig, A. H., The Giralda, Seville, signed (Deighton), £4. 

250 Macbeth, R., Marlow ferry, after F. Walker, signed (Deighton), £1 12s. 

252 Short, Sir F., Orpheus and Eurydice, after G. F. Watts, signed by painter and 

engraver ; Solway Moss, after Turner, signed (Cattell), £20. 

253 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Out of my study window (H. 18), early trial proof, 

presentation print, with autograph, by the artist (Agnew), £15 los. 

254 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Fulham (H. 19) ; Egham (H. rj) (Gutekunst), £2 2S. 

255 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Egham Lock (H. 16) (Gutekunst), £1 12s. 

256 Whistler, On the Thames (Gutekimst), £5 los. 

258 Lalanne, M., Les Bords de la Seine, trial proof, presentation copy, with artist's 

signature ; and another later impression (Connell), £5. 

259 Lalarme, M., River Seine, proof, signed (Connell), £3. 

267 Lalanne, Plage des Vaches Noires, ViUers, signed ; and another (Connell), £5 5s. 

268 Lalanne, Bordeaux ; and another, both presentation prints, signed (Connell), 

£7 15s. 

Other properties. 

271 Fitton, Medley, Rue Pirouette, Paris (D. i), signed (McDon.^ld), £4 15s. 

272 FittoD, Hedley, Roslin Chapel (D. 36), signed (Colnaghi), £9. 

273 Fitton, Hedley, La tour de I'Horloge, Tours, signed (Harvest), £5 los. 

274 Fitton, Hedley, Chartres Cathedral, signed, framed (Colnaghi), £13 ros 

275 Brangwyn, Frank, London Bridge No. 3 (27), signed (Norris), £5 los. 

276 Brangwyn, Frank, Browning's house, Venice (197), signed (Civer), £7 los. 

277 Synge, E. M., In the Cotswolds, evening, signed ; and Ludford Bridge, aquatint, 

by Alfred Hartley, signed (Norris), £2 15s. 

278 Wilson, Sidney E., The Ladies Waldegrave, mezzotint, in colours, signed and 

framed (Vicars), £10 los. 

Framed. 

279 Fitton, Hedley, St. Etienne, Beauvais, first state, signed (Sutcliffe), £4 4s. 

280 Fitton, Hedley, St. Maclou, Rouen, first state, signed (Sutcliffe), £5 5s. 
289 Cameron, D. Y., Cambuskenneth (R. 367), signed (Colnaghi), £2 los. 



Sotheby's.] March 12 and 13, 1914. 205 

290 Bone, Muirhead, Fifty drawings of Glasgow, with notes by A. H. Charteris, 

■without the etching of the Old Court House, Maclehose & Sons, 191 1 
(Rimell), £2 2S. 

Unlramed. 

James McBey. 

291 The mill, Zaandyk, signed (Ralph), £3 12s. 6d. 

292 Zaandyk, signed (Gutekunst), £8 15s. 

293 Amsterdam, from Runsdorp, signed (Home), £1$ 15s. 

294 Monnickendam , signed (Gutekunst), £4. los. 

295 Volendam girl, signed (Colnaghi), £4. 

296 Burgos, signed (Maggs), £5 15s. 

297 Avila, signed (Gutekunst), £5. 

298 Albert Basin, Aberdeen, signed (Colnaghi), £7 los. 



^99 Burridge, F., A march of waters ; A mill in the Wirral ; and a Mountain smithy, 
all signed (McDonald), £2 7s. 6d. 

300 Howarth, Albany E., The rose window, Notre Dame, signed (Colnaghi), £3 los. 

301 Howanh, Albany E., Abbeville, on Japanese paper ; and Elvet Bridge in 

Durham, both signed (Colnaghi), £3 15s. 

302 Howarth, Albany E., Stirling Castle ; and Black Gate, Newcastle, both signed 

(McDonald), £3 3s. 

A. Legros. 

303 Coin d'uu bois, signed (Connell), £5 15s. 

304 Matin sur la riviere, signed (Colnaghi), £7. 

305 Le Long de la rive, signed (Colnaghi), £6 5s. 

306 Paysanne assise pres d'une Haie, signed (Russell), £4 4s. 

307 Masure sur la Colline, signed (Colnaghi), £6 5s. 

308 Short, Sir Frank, The Solway (Strange, 144), etching, third state, signed 

(Gutekunst), £3 5s. 

309 Short, Sir Frank, Shap Fells, after P. de Wint (S. 232), mezzotint, on Japanese 

vellum, signed (Colnaghi), £3 3s. 

310 Short, Sir Frank, A road near Oxford, after P. de Wint (S. 270), mezzotint, 

second state, signed (Deighton), £3. 

311 Strang, Wm., The column, signed (Harrington), £3 55. 

312 Strang, Wrn., Blainville ; and a Norman farm, both signed (Rimell), £4 5s. 

313 Strang, Ian, Place de Centre, Morlaix ; and another, both signed (McDonald), 

£i6s. 
3r8 Fitton, Hedley, Dumfries, signed ( ), £3 los. 

319 Fitton, Hedley, Rue St. Romain, Rouen, No. 2, signed (McDonald), £5 los. 

320 Fitton, Hedley, Roslin Chapel, signed (Parsons), £8 15s. 



2o6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



March 13, 1914. Christie's. 

Pictures and Drawings, the property of F. Tessier, Esq., 
Guildford ; Pictures, the property of the late M. H. Foster, 
Esq., Stubbington House, Fareham, Hants ; and Old 
Pictures and Drawings, from various sources. 



Property of F. Tessier Esq., Guildford. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Aiken, H., The paces of the horse, a set of six — 8 X iij (Vicars), £117 12s. 

2 Aiken, H., Steeplechasing, a set of four — loi X i4i (Baird -Carter), £115 los. 

3 Aiken, H., The start ; and The finish, a pair — 8i X 13^ (Mounsey), £54 12s. 

PASTELS. 

4 Cipriani, G. B., R.A., Young girl with a mask, circular — 9 ins. diameter (Alfred), 

£37 i6s. 

5 Hoare, W., R.A., Richard Granville Temple, Earl Temple and Viscount 

Cobham, K.G., in red coat, wearing the riband and star of the Garter — ■ 
23^ X i7i (Parsons), £14 3s. 6d. 

6 Rosalba, Lady Sophia Fermor, Countess Granville, in white dress and black 

cloak — 16-J X 13 (Pawsey & Payne), £34 13s. 

7 Vastier, A., Mademoiselle Hippolyte Clairon, a member of the Comedie Fran- 

?ais, in blue dress trimmed with fur, a riband in her powdered hair, oval — 
23 X 19 (Leaf), £42. 

PICTURES. 

8 Bassen, B. van, Interior of a cathedral with cavaliers by A. Palamedes — 

38 J X 48 (Hawley), £47 Ss. 

9 Castagno, Andrea del, The Crucifixion with the Virgin and Saint John, panel,. 

arched top — 19J x 12 (Carfax), £147- 

10 Colson, J. F. G., Lady in white dress with pink and white bows seated holding 

a piece of music, signed, and dated 1766 — 24J X 2o|- (Layton), £71 8s, 

11 Drouais, F. H., Head of a girl with blue dress and a blue riband in her hair, 

oval— i8i X i2| (Blaker), £37 165. 

12 Dusart, C, Peasants seated at a repast outside a cottage, panel — 17 X 15 

(Eve), £33 I2S. 

13 Lint, H. van, Monsieur Vengee, professor of French at Rome, in red cloak at 

a window, on copper — 7J X si (Robertson), £17 17s. 

14 Maes, Dirk, Mounted cavaliers watching a horse being schooled — 20 X 24J 

(Collings), £19 19s. 

15 Maes, N., Boy walking in a landscape v/ith a dog, the church of Dordrecht in 

the distance, panel — 13J by i7i (Lees), £57 15s. 

16 Manni, Giannicola, The Virgin in red dress and green robe caressing the Infant 

Saviour, panel — 33^ by 26^^ (Wallis), £99 15s. 

17 Mignard, Marie Anne Christine of Bavaria in white dress with lace frills — 

27i X 22 (Blaker), £48 6s. 

18 Molenaer, K., Winter landscape with buildings, sledges and figures, panel— 

iii X 14 J (Leger), £10 los. 

19 Romney, G., Tom Hayley (son of the poet Hayley) as " Puck "—29 J X 24^ 

(Willis), £78 15s. 
30 Storck, Classical seaport with man-of-war, boats and figures, panel— 22 X 28. 
(Pawsey & Payne), £6 6s. 



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21 Velde, E. van de, River scene with buildings, boats and figures, panel — loi X 

iSi (Wormald), ^^33 12s. 

22 Wynants, J., and Lingelbach, J., Landscape with a man watering horses near 

a ruined building — 224 x 24i (Vicars), £42. 

23 Zoffany, J., R.A., The porter and the hare— 29^ X 24} (Wallis), £6 6s. 

24 Zuccarelli, F., R.A., Italian river scene with angler and peasant women, 

panel — 8 J X 11} (Leaf), £5 15s. 6d. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

25 Sandby, P., R.A., 1800, River scene with old bridge and turreted gateway, 

carts, boats and figures in the foreground, gouache — 21^ X soj (Hardy), 
£25 2S. 

26 Aiken, Coursing and shooting, a set of three — 7 X 9I (Tyler), £25 4s. 

27 Barry, G., Ladies in gardens, a pair, coloured chalks — 16^ X ni (Parken- 

thorpe), £9 igs. 6d. 

PASTELS. 

28 Tour, O. de la, Lady in blue dress trimmed with fur, powdered hair — 24* X 

igl- (Wise), £23 2S. 

29 Russell, J., R.A., Lady in white dress with pink sash and black lace scarf, 

powdered hair, red curtain and window background, signed, and dated 
1799 — 23J X i7i (Colnaghi & Obach), £157 los. 

30 Russell, J., R.A., Lady in white dress with gold sash and black scarf, wearing 

pearls in her hair, landscape background, signed, and dated 1800 — 23 J X 
i7i (Smith), £105. 

PICTURES. 

31 French School. Music; Painting; Sculpture; and Architecture, a set of 

four overdoors — 2if X 35J (Leger), £39 i8s. 

32 Guardi, Church of San Giorgio, Venice, with gondolas and figures — 16 X 15 

(Mounsey), £33 12s. 

33 Flemish School. A female saint and a donor in a landscape, panel — 11 J X 

gj (Schroeder), £21. 

34 Early English School. Charles Booth, Esq., in brown dress, holding his hat 

under his arm — 29 by 24J (Law), £8 8s. 

35 Carracci, The dead Christ, on copper — 7J X 9J (Schroeder), £1 is. 

36 Aelst, Van, Dead game in a landscape — 3i.iX26i (Van Duren), £5 15s. 6d. 

37 Fragonard, Andromache begging the body of Hector — 31 X 39 (Druce), 

£7 7s. 

38 Hondecoeter, Domestic poultry — 29 X 24 (Gooden & Fox), £19 19s. 

39 Patinir, J-, Rocky landscape, with Elijah and the Angel, panel — gj X 14 

(Wood), £29 8s. 

40 Mieris, A soldier filling his pipe, two other figures in the background, panel — 

gj X 7 (Schroeder), £15 15s. 

41 Ruysdael, J. van. River scene with a bridge, cottages and figures, panel — 

7j X 10} (Miles), £14 14s. 

42 Loo, Van, Loviis XV in coronation robes — 52 X 40^ (Renton) £54 12s. 

43 Loo, Van, George II in Garter robes standing by a table on which are various 

orders — 47 X 33 J (Sanderson), £27 6s. 

44 Vrics, A. de. Head of a cavalier with dark cloak and white collar — 17I x 

i4i (Collings), £8 8s. 

45 Greiize, Boy in brown dress and cap — 17J X i4HKendal), £52 ids. 

46 Italian School. The Borrommeo family — 37^ X 6oi (Grose), £2 12s. 6d. 



2o8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

47 Boel, P., A hound holding a young boar by the ear — 40 x 51 J (Neumans), 

£22 IS. 

48 Watteau de Lille, Gardens of a mansion with sportsman and other figures near 

a fountain — 31* x 48, framed as an overmantel, with mirror below (Leger), 

49 Boucher School. Landscape with peasant and two women at a stream — 

38^ X 60 (Wright,) £4. 14s. 6d. 

50 Dusart, C, Interior of a tavern with four peasants playing cards, panel — 

14 X iij (Leger), £14 14s. 

51 Nasmyth, P., 1820, Hilly landscape, with river, bridge and figures, panel — 

9i X i3i (Gooden & Fox), £22 is. 

52 Clouet School. Francois de Coligny, in black velvet doublet and cap, panel — 

9i X 6A (Neumans) £30 9s. 

53 Greuze, The young hurdy-gurdy player — 14 X 11 (Holmes), £14 14s. 

54 Hobbema, Woody river scene with figures and boat, panel — 24! by 31 (Helton), 

£18 i8s. 
-55 Flemish School. Saint Jerome at his devotions, panel — 38 x 28 J (Muir), 
£1 IIS. 6d. 

56 Bloemen, J. F. van, Landscape with buildings and figures — 22jby 17J (Justice), 

£2 2S. 

57 Musscher, M. van, Head of a girl with dark head-dress — 16 x I2| (Parsons), 

£12 I2S. 

58 Grimoux, Boy in red dress holding a pilgrim's stafi ; and Girl in brown dress 

holding a staff and a shell, a pair — 31J x 25J (Yealett), £21 los. 6d. 

59 Lint, P. van. Classical ruins with numerous figures, set of four — 21 X 16 

(Barson), £19 19s. 

^0 Heem, C. de, Fruit and still life on a marble slab — sqJ X 24 (Schroeder), 
£18 i8s. 

61 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Mrs. Jane Burke, (wife of the Rt. Hon. Edmund 

Burke) in dark cloak reading a book — 2gi X 24J (Wise) £42. 

62 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Head of Miss Fane— 18I X 16J (Wise), 

£16 i6s. 

63 Pater, J. B., La diseusede Bonne Aventure : Garden scene with fortune-teller 

ladies and gentlemen — 28 X 36 (Ellis), £126. 

64 Largilliere, N. de. La Duchesse de Philaris in yellow embroidered dress with 

mauve scarf, oval — 34 X 27 (Cohen), £304 los. 
O5 Boilly, L. L., Lady in white and yellow dress, her hair bound with a coloured 
kerchief, oval — 22} :-, i8i (Reeve), £105. 

66 Zoest, G., Gentleman in brown dress with v/hite cravat, unframed — 29 X 24i 

(Paffrath), £10 ic:. 

67 Pollard, The London and Manchester coach — 24^ X 29^ (Hood), £5 5s. 

68 Pollard, The London and Chester mail— i8i X 25 J (Hood), £4 4s. 

69 Early British School. Robert Emmett in dark coat and buff vest — 23J X 19* 

(Browne), £13 13s. 

70 Janssens, Cavaliers and ladies round a table after a repast — 23^ X 33i (Rowe), 

£11 IIS. 

71 French School, Angelica and Medor — 19 x 144 (Coureau), £10 ids. 

72 Ruysdael, Woody landscape with animals on a sandy road, panel — 19^ X 29J 

(Nicholson), £5 5s. 

73 Everdingen, Woody landscape with peasant and woman on a horse, panel — 

18 X 18 (Grose), £1 is. 

74 Gael, Barent, Cavalry skirmish, panel— 7j X loj (Collings), £7 7s. 



Christie's.] March 13, 1914. 209 

75 Poelenburgh, Landscape with the repose ia Egypt ; and Buildings, by Van 

Lint (Smith), £3 3s. 

76 Neer, Van der, River scene with buildings among trees, moonhght, panel— 

I7i X 24i (Justice), £1 is. 

77 Reynolds, Mrs. Huddersford in white dress trinuned with fur — 29 J x 24 J 

(Permain), £54 12s. 

78 Mignard, P., Lady in embroidered yellow dress with blue scarf — 28i x 23^ 

(Murray), £7 7s. 

79 Canaletto, Church of Santa Maria della Salute and the Dogana, Venice, witli 

gondolas and figures — 37 x 51 (Schroeder), £71 Ss, 
So Dyck, Van, School. Lady in grey dress with orange scarf — 29X24 (Smith), 
£16 i6s. 

81 Oss, Van, Herbage and reptiles ; and Goldfinch and nest, a pair — 13 J x 12 

(Buck), £7 17s. 6d. 

82 Verelst, J., Lady in blue dress, oval — 29! x 24i (Bell), £3 3s. 

83 Bosschaert, A., Flowers in a glass bowl standing in a stone niche, panel — 35^ x 

26i (ColUngs), £21. 

84 Zucchero School. Two gentlemen in armour holding batons, panel — 35 X444 

(Parkenthorpe), £21. 

85 German School. Saint Jerome in the desert, panel — 29 X 22 J (Heape) 

£10 103. 

86 Hudson School. Young lady in green dress seated, with a dog and basket 

of fruit — 46 X 34 J (Rowe), £5 5s. 

87 \'alckenburg, Garden scene with dead game and implements of the chase — 

35i :< 29J (Schroeder), £18 i8s. 

88 Honthorst, Gentleman in crimson tunic with white lace collar, panel — 

29X23 J (De Quinto), £3 3s. 

89 Watteau School. F4tes Champetres, a pair, panel — r6J X 11 (Willis), 

£10 lOS. 

90 Early English School. Girl holding a rabbit ; and Girl holding a bunch of 

grapes, a pair, oval — 21 x i6J (Coureau), £35 4s. 
iji Lely School. Duke and Duchess of Lauderdale in rich dresses, curtain and 

landscape background — 44 ;< 51J (Neumanns), £43 is. 
92 Hondius, A., Dogs and dead game in a landscape — 50 x 68i (Gray) £7 ts. 
9 4 Early English School. Lady in yellow dress with black lace shawl and white 

cap, oval — 29J X 24i (Leger), £26 5s. 
95 Kneller, Lady in red dress holding some flowers ; Gentleman in grey coat 

with white wig — 29 X 24 (Cohen), £7 7s. 
95 Nasmyth, P., Woody landscape with cottage and figures, panel — 9 X i2 

(Gooden iSc Fox), £11 us. 

97 Kneller, Sir G., Miss EUzabeth Dolben in white dress seated in a landscape — 

45 X 52 (Maitland), £15 15s. 

98 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., Sir Gilbert AflSeck in dark cloak with Vandyck lace 

collar — 49 X 39 (Rowland), £26 5s. 

99 Breughel, Van Balen, and Van Kessel, Gardens of a palace witli Flora and 

other figures, on copper — 22 x 34.5 (Topham), £16 i6s. 
100 Morland, Partridge-shooting, and Woodcock-shooting, a pair, panel, oval — 

iij X i5i (Miss Levy), £8 8s. 
loi Swanevelt, H., Hilly landscape with sheep under some trees, panel — 22 1 X 

32 i (Smith), £3 3s. 
102 Francks, Peasants merrj-making, a set of four, panel — loi X 9 (Willis),. 

£15 15S.J 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



io3"^Early English School. Boy in dark dress with white collar standing in a land- 
scape holding a hoop — 17J x 13* (Croly), £4 4s. 
104. Huysum, Van, Fruit and flowers, a pair — aSi x 38 (CoUings), £6 i6s. 6d. 

105 Baptiste, Flowers in a glass bowl — 28J x aij (Weller), £27 6s. 

106 Lawrence School. Lady in dark dress, landscape background — 29J X 24J 

(T. Permain), £12 12s. 

107 Kettle, T., Edmund Burke in brown dress, holding a scroO, oval — 29J x 24J 

(Grace), £5 5s. 

108 Roslin, Lady in blue dress with pearl necklace, oval — 24 x 20 (Crawford), 

£54 I2S. 

109 Near, Van der. River scene with buildings and figures, moonlight, panel — ■ 

22^ X 32i (Horton), £i5 i6s. 
no Graef, T. de. River scene with monastery, figures and animals — 29 J X 40 
(Smith), £10 los. 

111 Northcote, R.A. (after), A fruit seller — 49 x 39 (JeweU), £18 i8s. 

1 12 Verendael, J . van, Wreath of flowers surrounding the Madoima, oval — 50 X 37J 

(Schroeder), £25 4s. 

113 Janssens School. Sarah, wife of George Ludford, Esq., in black dress with 

white collar and cuffs, oval — 35i X 26^ (Schroeder), £25 4s. 

114 Early English School. Boy in grey dress holding a book and his brother in 

yellow dress, a dog before them — 37 X 28 (Oldham), £40. 

115 Wilson, R., R.A., Hilly river scene with castle and two monks with a crucifi.K — 

39 X 51 (Miles), £13 13s. 

116 Rubens, La Decouverte de Carlsbad par Charles le Grand, panel — 14 X 10 

(Murton), £11 iis. 

117 Steen, Jan, The artist with his wife and other figures round a table, a lute 

and other objects in the foreground — 43 X 36 (W. Permain), £94 los. 

118 Ruysch, R., Basket of flowers on a marble slab, panel — 19 X 14 (WeUer), 

£16 i6s. 

119 Pine, R. E., George II standing on a balcony — 17 x 14 (Wallis), £12 12s. 

120 Pereda, A. de. Saint Anthony holding the Infant Saviour on his knee, signed, 

and dated 1655—82 X 41 (HoUand), £8 8s. 

121 Hall, J. van. Youth with a flute ; and Woman holding a cup, a pair — 8 J x 6i 

(Robertson), £13 13s. 

122 Tiepolo, G. B., Lady in a white dress talking to a lady in a blue dress — 25 X 

2oi (Leger), £9 9s. 

Property of the late M. H. Foster, Esq., Stubbington 
House, Fareham, Hants. 

DRAWING. 

123 Early Flemish School, Adoration of the Magi, gouache — 6 X gj (Amor), 

£52 los. 

PICTURES. 

124 Apshoven, A. van. Interior of a barn, with a woman scouring a pot, utensils 

on the floor — ig X 26 (Kendal), £21. 

125 Cooper, T. S., R.A., i88g. Two cows and four sheep in a pasture, summer 

afternoon — igi X 29 (Foster), £51 gs. 

126 Duynen, J. van, Fish on a table — 27 X 35J (Grose), £3 13s. 6d. 

127 Early English School. Lady in yellow dress with white fichu, panel, oval — 

13J X gj (Leger), £7 7s. 

128 Hudson, Gentleman in brown slashed dress with white lace collar- — 29 X 24 

(P. Moore), £4 4s. 



Christie's.] March 13, 1914. 211 

129 Kneller, Queen Anne and George I in Coronation robes, a pair- — 94 x 56 (Force), 

£29 8s. 

130 Lawrence, Thomas, second Marquess of Bath, K.G.. in Garter, robes standing 

in an apartment holding his plumed hat — 93 x 56* (Powell), £44 2s. 

131 Snyder?, F., Larder scene, with dead game, lobster, fruit and vegetables — 

43 X 61A (Gooden & Fox), £52 los. 

132 Swaiae, J ., River scene with buildings and beat, on copper — 7^ x 9^ (N. Roots), 

£4 4S. 

133 Vemet, J., Bay scene with figures and boats — 37J by 53 (Coureau), £58 i6s. 

An unframed print by M. J. Ozanne was sold with the picture. 

Property of a lady. 

PICTURES. 

134 Berkheyden, J., State coach and cavaliers in a Dutch town — isi X igj (Lewis), 

£12 125. 

135 Cosway, Lady in white dress with blue sash and black lace scarf — 39 i X 24 J 

(Leger), £31 los. 

136 Cuyp, Hilly landscape with figures on a road, panel — 19 x 35.i (BeU), £18 i8s. 
Z37 Devis, Gentleman on horseback attended by a negro page — 49 x 39 (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £52 los. 

138 Dutch School. Three children in a landscape — 15 x 12 (CoUings), £4 14s. 6d. 

139 Keyser, T. de, Cavalier on horesback, a chateau in the background, panel — ■ 

42 X 36 (Ceilings), £11 IIS. 

140 Matsys, Heads of two monks ; and Adam and Eve, on panel (Justice), £2 2S. 

141 Paul, J., View of the Mansion House — 24 X 29 (Turner), £3 3s. 

142 Peters, Rev. W., R.A., Lady in red dress with a book — 29^ x 24 (Leger), 

£31 lOS. 

143 Reynolds, Gentleman in blue coat and red vest with white stock, oval — 29J x 

24 J (Turner), £11 iis. 

144 Rubens School. Lot and his family, panel — 254 x 36 (Muir), £3 3s. 

145 Ruysdael, Men-of-war off the coast — 23 X 21 (Roe), £50 8s. 

146 Wouverman School, Cavaliers halting by a river — 2oi x 27^ (Leger), £'8 8s. 

147 Zucchero School. Captain Hawkins, of the ship Victory, in buff tunic 

with red sleeves and breeches, men-of-war in the distance — 49 i x 39 J 
(Leger), £19 19s. 



March 13, 1914. Puttick's. 

Engravings and Etchings. 

57 Napoleon le Grand, by A. B. Denoyers, after F. Gerard (Sotheran), £ i 5s. 



Part of the private collection formed by the late Rev. 
George Drury, of Claydon. 

73 Rembrandt, The triumph of Mordecai (Jones), £2 los. 

86 Rembrandt, Flight into Egypt, small plate, and Crossing tbe brook (Gute- 
kunst), £2. 



106 Mary Queen of Scots ; and companion, by Gaugain, in colours (Lee), £r 17s. 6d" 
117 The dipping well in Hyde Park, by J. Godby, after WTioatley (Foster), £2 2S. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



ii8 Flora and Rosina, by Soiron and Knight, after Singleton and Stothard {G. H 
Brown), £2 5s. 

119 Nature (Phoebe Hoppner), by C. Knight, after Hoppner (Foster), £1 17s. 6d, 

120 The songstress, by J. R. Smith, after Bunbury, circle, in brown (Sotheran), 

£1 17s. 6d. 

121 Tom Jones, by Simon, after Downman, a pair (Foster), £1 17s. 6d. 

126 Fishermen going out, by S. VV. Reynolds ; and Fishermen on shore, by W. 

Hilton, after G. Morland, mezzotints, a pair (Symons), £1 los. 
139 Hop pickers, by W. Ward, after Westall, mezzotint (Rose), £2 7s. 6d. 
142 Lady Dashwood and child, by C. Hodges, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Foster), 

£3- 
145 La comparison, by Chapponier, after Boilly (Brail), £1 2S. 6d. 
148 L'Amitie reste, and companion, by Prot and Dissard, after Mallett, in colours 

(G. H. Brown), £2 2S. 
155 Jacques Delille, by P. M. Alix, aquatint, in colours, oval (McCaskie), £1. 
157 Napoleon Bonaparte, by Longhi (Sotheran), £2. 
15S Richard Warren, M.D., by J. Jones, after T. Gainsborough, mezzotint 

(Venning), £1 8s. 

159 Launch of the Thunderer at Woolwich, September 22, 1831, by R. Havell, 

aquatint, in colours (Sotheran), £1 los. 

160 The opening of Waterloo Bridge, v/ith balloon, by R. Havell, aquatint, in 

colours (Sotheran), £2 5s. 
162 Favourite rabbit ; and Tom and his pigeons, by C. Knight, after Russell, 

and one other, in colours (Symons), £4 5s. 
169 Catherine of France presented to Henry V, by A. Cardon, after Stothard, in 

colours (Klein), £5. 

171 Delia, oval, in colours (Foster), £3 5s. 

172 The sailor's farewelU by Cooper, after Corbould, in colours (Foster), £1 los. 

173 Lady Hamilton's attitudes, by G. T. Stubbs, in colours (Foster), £4 15s. 

175 Kit Cat portraits: John, Duke of Montague; Richard Lumley ; Charles 

Montague, Earl of Halifax ; and Charles Mohun, by Faber, after Kneller, 
mezzotints (Venning), £2 4s. 

176 Kit Cat portraits : William Pulteney ; George Stepney ; John Dormer ; 

Edmund Dunch ; and Thomas Hopkins, by and after the same, mezzotints 
(Lewis), £2 los. 

177 Coila's whispers, by G. Cruikshank, set of five original etchings to illustrate 

poems of Sir William Fraser, private plates, unpublished ( — ), £1 15s. 

178 South-East view of St. Paul's Cathedral, by D. Havell, after J. Glendall, 

aquatint, in colours (Parker), £2 12s 6d.. 

179 Waterloo Bridge, by J. C. Stadler, after J. H. Shepherd, aquatint, in colours, 

(Parker), £2 15s. 

180 The Royal Exchange, Cornhill, aquatint (Rimell), £4. 

182 The famous packet from Paddington to Uxbridge; and View of the first bridge 

at Paddington, both on the Grand Junction Canal, in colours (Spencer), 
£1 i6s. 

183 First and second bridges on the Paddington Canal, by Jeakes, after Milbourne, 

aquatints, in colours (Spencer), £1 5s. 
208 Pheasant and duck shooting, after Catton, aquatints, a pair (HoUoway), 

£i8s. 
211 Life of an actor, eighteen plates on three sheets (Lee), £1 14s. 
213 Coursing: Snowball, by W. Ward, after H. B. Chalon, mezzotint (Foster), 

£3 15s. 



Puttick's.] March 13, 1914. 213 

219 Bull fighting, lithographs, in colours, a set of eight (Hector), £1 8s. 

321 Roach fishing, Broxbourne ; Eel bobbing, Battersea ; and Perch fishing, Ted- 

dington, by L'Enfant, after H. Heath, hthographs, in colours (Parker). 

fA 7s. 6d. 
223 Niagara falls, by C. Hunt and Edge, after Captain Cockbum, three aquatints, 

in colours, large plates (Lee), £8 8s. 
225 Industry and Economy ; and Extravagance and Dissipation, by W. Ward, 

after Singleton, mezzotints, in colour":, a pair (Pollard), £21. 



226 The Rt. Honble. Lord Hobart (founder of Hobart's Town, Tasmania), by J. 

Grozer, after T. Lawrence, mezzotint, first state (Wallace), £4 14s. 6d. 

227 Sir Jeffery Amherst, by R. Purcell, after J. Reynolds, mezzotint, in colours 

(H. Stevens), £5 15s. 6d. 

228 Major-General James Wolfe, by Corbett, mezzotint, in colours (Parker), 

£20 gs. 6d. 

229 The Honble. Sir Wm. Howe, by Corbett, mezzotint, in colours (Parker), £10 los. 

230 Rt. Hon. William Pitt, Earl of Chatham, by R. Houston, after W. Hoare, 

mezzotint, in colours (B. Browne), £1 2s. 6d. 

231 John Manners, Marquess of Granby, by J. Watson after J. Reynolds, mezzotint, 

in colours (G. H. Brown), £1 7s. 6d. 

232 Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Pratt (afterwards Lord Camden), mezzotint, in colours 

(Peffers), £1 2s. 

233 Hon. Augustus Keppel, Admiral of the Blue, mezzotint, in colours (Brail) . 

£2. 

234 Sir Charles Saunders, Vice-Admiral of the Blue, mezzotint, in colour-; 

(H. Stevens), £4 5s. 

235 The North-West, and the East view of the city of Montreal, by S. Aiken, afii-r 

Dillon, aquatints, a pair (Parker), £31. 



Property of the late Major Singleton. 

236 James Wolfe, Esq., Commander of His Majesty's Forces in the expedition 

against Quebec, mezzotint, in colours, picture on glass (B. Browne), £9 g>. 

237 View of the river St. Lawrence, Falls of Montmorenci from the Island of Orlean's, 

by J. W. Edy, after G. B. Fisher, aquatint, in colours (Parker), £3 7s. 6d. 

238 View of the Falls of Chandire, by and after the same, aquatint, in colour.^ 

(Parker), £2. 



345 Les hazards hereux de I'escarpolettes, by Delaunay, after Fragonard (F. J . 
Lee), £6 los. 

246 School boys giving charity to a blind man, by J. R. Smith, after Bigg, mezzo- 
tint (Webber), £1 5s. 

249 Children of Charles I, by R. Strange and R. Cooper, after Van Dyck (Breun), 

£r 2S. 6d. 

250 Preparing for market, by W. Nutter, after Wheatley, in colours (Foster),. 

£14 14s. 

251 Mrs. Siddons, by W. Say, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint (PoUard), i8s. 

253 Going to school ; and After school, by C. Turner, after Spilsbury, mezzotints, 

a pair (Gaunt), £3. 

254 View of Worcester racecourse and grandstand, by Hunt, after Zeigler, aquatint. 

in colours, varnished (Gaunt), £3 5s. 

It 



214 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

255 The Witty Dorinda, by W. Ward, oval, in brown (Foster), £4 5s. 

256 Tarn o' Shanter, by H. Meyer, after A. Cooper, mezzotint (Hood), £1 los. 

258 The woodman, by Gaugain, after Barker, in colours (G. H. Brown), £7 15s. 

259 Rival favourites, by A. Cardon, after Devis, in colours (Symons), £3 15s. 

260 Portrait of a lady, by Roberts and Stadler, after Adam Buck, aquatints, in 

colours (Brail), £6 5s. 

261 Children relieving a beggar boy, by C. Wilkin, after Hoppner (Symons), £4. 

262 Robert Sayer, by R. Houston, after Zoffany, mezzotint (Rimell), £5. 

263 Gray's Elegy, by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, and Gil Bias, by Jazet, a set of 

four, in colours (Symons), £4. 

264 The fleecy charge, by Shepherd, after Morland, aquatint, in colours (Symons), 

267 Titania, by W. Say, after H. Thompson, mezzotint, in colours (Page), £3. 
375 Reading the will, and companion, by Raimbach, after Wilkie, in colours (Brail), 
£5 los. 

276 The woodman, after Barker, in colours, and Joseph Neald, by Cousins, 

mezzotint ( — ), £3. 

277 Health and sickness, by Gaugain, after Bigg, a pair ( — ), £5. 

278 Lord Kenyon, by W. Holl, after G. Romney (Maggs), £2. 

279 On the moors, aquatints, in colours, a pair (Klein), £11 lis. 

2 84 Countess of Rutland and Madame Lucy Loftus, by J, Snith, after Kneller 

and Lely, mezzotints (Goodstein), £1 i6s. 

285 John Boydell, by V. Green, and Sir John Moore, by J. McCardell, mezzotints 

(North), £i Ss. 

286 Interior with figures, by Nutter, after Morland (Goodstein), £1 7s. 



March 17, 19 14. Puttick's. 

Modern Etchings and Engravings. 

27 A river scene, by Maxime Lalanne, after Corot, signed proof (Macdonald), 
£1. 

33 Where only sea birds roam, by J. B. Pratt, after Peter Graham, mezzotint, 

signed proof (Young), £2. 

34 Rising tide, after Peter Graham, signed proof (Young), £2 los. 

37 Penelope, by Samuel Cousins, second state ; and Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick, 

by R. Jackson, mezzotints, proof (Long), £1 los. 
41 Sheep in landscape, winter, by Frank Short, after Joseph Farquharson, 

mezzotint, signed artist's proof, on vellum (Young), £3 7s. 6d. 
108 Children bathing (the Hoppner children), by T. G. Appleton, after Hoppner, 

mezzotint, signed proof (Gooden & Fox), £1 15s. 

170 Chelsea rags ; Smith's yard ; and The Louvre, by J. M. Wliistler, lithographs 

(Cohen), £1 5s. 

171 Limehouse ; and Millbank, by the same (Brown & Phillips), £4 los. 

172 Haden, Seymour, Windmill Hill, signed proof (Huggins), £5 los. 

173 Haden, Seymour, Battersea Bridge, first state, signed proof (Colnaghi), £2 15s. 

174 Haden, Seymour, The Moat House, first state, signed proof (Maggs), £1 2S. 6d. 

176 Mrs. Payne Galway and son, by H. Scott Bridgwater, after Sir Joshua 

Reynolds, mezzotint, signed proof (Colnaghi), £15 15s. 

177 Turner, J. M. W., Approach to Venice, by Robert Wallis, first state (Gooden 

and Fox), £2. 



Puttick's.] .March 17, 1914. 215 

178 Turner, J. M. W., Heidelberg, by T. A. Prior, proof before letters (Wallis), 

184 Turner, J. M. W., Nelson's ship, the Victory, breaking the line at Trafalgar, 
by the same, first state (Arnold), £1 7s. 6d. 
Framed. 

191 Lady Elizabeth Taylor, by Sidney Wilson, after Reynolds, mezzotint, in colours , 

signed proof (Vicars), £3 15s. 

192 Hon. Mrs. Beresford, by the same, after Romney, mezzotint, in colours, signed 

proof (Athill), £8 i8s. 6d. 

193 Mrs. Musters, by and after the same, mezzotint, in colours, signed proof 

(Vicars), £8 8s. 

195 Exterior of the Cathedral of St. Etienne, Bourges, by Axel H. Haig, signed proof 

(AthiU),£5. 

196 Magdalen College, Oxford, by the same, signed proof (Deighton), £3 5s. 

196A Pulpit of San Fermio Maggiore, Verona, by the same, signed proof (Gridley), 
£5- 

Hedley Fitton. 

197 St. Bartholomew's gateway, signed proof (Dunthome), £4 15s. 

198 Tour de I'Horloge, Tours, signed proof (Lee), £5 5s. 

199 St. Andrew's Castle, signed proof (Lee), £4 15s. 

200 Pont St. Etienne, Limoges, signed proof (Athill), £4 15s. 

201 Edward the Confessor's tomb, signed proof (Lee), £6 5s. 

202 Church of the Three Kings, signed proof (Macdonald), £4 los. 

203 Aisles of Chartres, signed proof (Lee), £11 iis. 

204 Old bridge, Dumfries, signed proof (Lee), £4 7s. 6d. 



206 Mrs. Siddons, by E. E. Milner, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint, in colours, 

signed proof (Baerlein), £3 3s. 

207 Village shop at St. Corque, by F. Brangwyn, signed proof (Spiers), £1 17s. 6d. 
:2o8 Amiens Cathedral, by Bauer, signed proof (Macdonald), £3 los. 

209 Nightfall, by Herbert Hillier, signed proof (Errington), £1 17s. 6d. 

Frank Brangwyn, 

210 Abbey St. Leonards, signed proof (Central), £6 6s. 

211 Port de Ghent, signed proof (Central), £2. 

212 St. Peter's, Genoa, signed proof (Central), £5 5s. 

213 Boat yard, Venice, signed proof (Lee), £4 4s. 

214 The Traghetto, signed proof (Lee), £2 15s. 

215 Barges, Bruges, signed proof (Huggins), £4 los. 

216 Notre Dame, Eu, signed proof (Lee), £6 6s. 

217 Old houses, Ghent, signed proof (Lee), £7 7s. 



218 Lady Charlotte Campbell, by R. Smythe, after Hoppner, mezzotint, signed 

proof (Baerlein), £1 6s. 
■219 The morning walk, by T. G. Appleton, after Gainsborough, mezzotint, signed 

proof (Ryland), £1 los. 

220 Princess Victoria, by Finden, after Westall, and Portrait of a lady, mezzotint, 

proof (Parsons), £2 7s. 6d. 

221 Les Deux Amis, by L. Ruet, after Meissonier, signed remarque proof, on vellum 

(Giddy), i8s. 
■230 Petite post de grand guard, by J. Jacquet, after Meissonier, signed remarque 
proof, on vellum (S. Gordon), £3 12s. 6d. 



2i6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

235 Marshall de Saxe, by Jules Jacquet, after Meissonier, signed remarque proof, 

on vellum (Graves), £3 5s. 

236 AfBeck, Andrew, Chateau d'Amboise, signed proof (Sutclifie), £3 3s. 

237 Affleck, Andrew, Monastery of St. Jerome, signed proof (Connell), £z 10s. 

238 A game of chess, by Blanchard, after Meissonier, proof ; and Sheep, by J.B. 

Pratt, after Rosa Bonheur, signed artist's proof, on satin (Roberts), £2. 
241 Napoleon's Old Guard at Waterloo, by J, Jacquet, after R. Caton Woodville, 
signed remarque artist's proof, on vellum (Ryland), £2. 

243 Dodd, Francis, St. Clement Danes, signed proof (Ryland), £3 15s. 

Albany Howarth. 

244 La Cour d'Alban, signed proof (Lee), £2 15s. 

245 West door, Rochester, signed proof (Dowdeswell), £3 los. 

246 La Grosse, Horloge, Rouen, signed proof (Lee), £4 15s. 

247 Chapter house door, Rochester, signed proof (Dowdeswell), £3 3s. 

248 St. WiUiam's College, Yorks., signed proof (Colnaghi), £2. 

249 Porte St. Pierre, Auxerres, signed proof (Dowdeswell), £3 3s. 

250 Durham, exterior, signed proof (Dowdeswell), £2 5s. 

254 Durham, interior, signed proof (Lee), £5 5s. 

255 Blue Mosque, Cairo, signed proof (Dowdeswell), £2 2S. 

256 Lincoln Cathedral, signed proof (Giddy), £2 2S. 

257 Carnarvon Castle, signed proof (Dowdeswell), £2 los. 



258 Lady Hamilton as Ariadne, by T. G. Appleton, mezzotint, signed proof 

(Baerlein), £2. 

259 Age of iimocence, by R. Clouston, mezzotint, signed proof (Ryland), £2. 



March 17, 18, and 19, 1914- Sotheby's. 

Japanese Colour Prints, from the collection of the late 
Sir Alfred East, R.A. 

KIYOSHIGE (ToRii), c. 1916-1735- 
5 Hashirakake : Ichikawa Danjuro the second holding a branch of peach- 
blossom over his left shoulder ; signed (Wilson), £7 55. 
KORIUSAI (IsoDA), 1730-C. 1782. 
12 A girl asleep with her head resting on a writing table, a youth by her side 
grinding ink and tickling her ; Shoji ; small size, oblong ; unsigned 
(Clarke), £1. 

YUSHO, c. 1830. 
29 Hashirakake : Three lucky things to dream of, a falcon standing on a pine 
branch, egg-plant fruit growing below, and Fuji in the distance ; signed 
Yusho, sealed Hakuyei (Clarke), £1. 

UTAMARO (KiTAGAWA), 1754-1806. 

34 Shizuka of Tama-ya, Bust portrait of a woman, three-quarters facing to the 

left, with her fingers tucked into the folds of her clothes round her neck ; 
medium size, upright ; signed Utamaro (Hall), £1 los. 

35 Riko-mono, " The Clever Person," Head and shoulders view of a girl lying in 

bed holding up a book ; full size, upright ; one of a set Kyokun Oyat 
Megane, " Moral teaching (as seen through) the spectacles of parents " 
signed Utamaro (Clarke), £2 6s. 



Sotheby's.] March 17, 18 and 19, 1914. 217 

36 Three beauties of Matsuba-ya ; triptych ; {\iU size, upright ; signed Utamaro 

(Meynell), £1 is. 

37 A ladies' outing : Three sheets with thirteen ladies and servants, a man and 

some children, all with plum-blossom in their hair ; full size, upright ; 
signed Utamaro (Russell), £i 14s. 

38 Bust portrait of a woman whose name is given in a rebus inset in a circle in 

the top comer, holding a fan with a mon on it ; full size, upright ; one of 
a set Gonin Bijin Aikyo Kisoi, " A competition of five loveable beautiful 
women " ; signed Shomei (the genuine) Utamaro, and sealed Honke, 
" Chief House " (Sato), £1 15s. 

39 A boy as Ariwara no Narihira : A woman seated beside a seated boy who has 

on his head an upturned tea-cup stand and two fans beside his ears ; full 
size, upright ; one of a set Tosei Kodomo Rok'kasen, " Children of the 
present day as the six great poets " : signed Utamaro (Clarke), £1 2S. 

40 A princess going to archery practice ; triptych ; full size, upright, ^vithout 

background ; signed Utamaro, and dated Rat year=i8o4( Fenwick), 
£5 5S. 

41 A group of ladies, as the Gods of Gksod Fortune ; one sheet of a triptych ; 

full size, upright ; (Utamaro) unsigned (Schwann), £1 los. 

43 Karakoto of Choji-ya seated looking at a book with a picture of a courtezan 

on parade, and her kamuro leaning on the book-rest beside her ; full 
size, upright ; one of a set Kayoi Kuruwa Sakari Hakkei, " Eight flowers 
passing to and fro in the Yoshiwara " ; signed Utamaro (Clarke), £1 4s. 

44 The Geisha Shimada : Two female portraits, bust and half-length, the former 

holding a samisen ; medium size, upright ; one of a set Bijin Shimada 
Hakkei, " Eight beautiful women in the Shimada style of hairdressing " ; 
signed Utamaro (Clarke), £1 12s. 

45 Chizo-zuki, " Fond of feasting " : Half-length of a woman looking at a yoimg 

man who is picking his teeth ; full size, upright (but cut down) ; one of a 
set Tosei Kobutsu Hakkei, " Eight things one is fond of to-day " ; signed 
Utamaro (Marcom), £1 2S. 

46 Hashirakake : Komurasald of Tama-ya, half-length figure with her hand 

oi>en under her chin ; signed Utamaro (Clarke), £1 8s. 
YEISHI (Hosoda), wirked c. 1780-1805. 
57 Sugawara of Tsuru-ya, a shinzo beside her and her kamuro and a shinzo behind 
passing to the right in front of a house, on parade ; full size, upright : 
signed Yeishi (Kleeman), £6 3s. 

YEISHIN (Choensai), c. 1800. 
64 Hashirakake : A woman standing under an umbrella, and a man fixing a 
candle in a collapsible lantern ; signed Yeishin (Clarke), £z 4s. 
TOYOKUNI (Utagawa), 1769-1825. 
68 Spring blossoms : Triptych on the right of the Yoshino gawa ; fiill size 
upright ; signed Toyokuni (Schw^ann), £5. 

KUNISADA (Utagawa), 1785-1864. 
81 Chiushingura, Act VIII : Triptych, the bridal journey of Konami with her 
mother Tonanse ; a fine landscape scene with Fuji in the centre ; full size, 
upright ; signed Kochoro Kunisada (Fenwick), £3 3s. 
HOKUS.A,! (Katsushika), 1760-1849. 
Ryukyu Hakkei. 
" Eight Views of the Loochoo Islands." Complete set of the first edition 
published by Moriji of Yedo, c. 1820 ; full size, oblong ; signed Zen Kokusai, aratami 
I-itau, " formerly Hokusai, changing to I-itzu." 



2i8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

87 Rinkai Kosei, " The sound of the lake at Rinkai " (Shannon), £i 14s. 

88 Riuto Shoto, " The pine wave at Riuto " (Clarke), £3 3s. 

89 Senki, Yagetsu, " Moon at Senki " (Kleeman), £2 los. 

90 Jogaku Reisen, " The sacred fountain at Jogaku " (Meynell), £2 15s. 

91 Jungai Seldsho, " Evening scene at Jungai " (Kleeman), £2 6s. 

92 Beison Chikuri, " The bamboo grove of Beison " (Meynell), £2 4s. 

93 Choko Susei, " An autumn view of Choko " (Meynell), £2 4s. 

94 Nakajima Shoyen, " The gardens at Nakajima " (Yates), £2 2S. 

FuGAKU San-ju-rokkei. 

" The thirty-six views of Fuji," with the ten supplementary views, making 
forty-six in aU, first issued between the years 1823-29, some with and others without 
the pubUsher's seal of Yeijudo of Yedo, and signed Zen Hokusai I-itzu. The order 
corresponds with that of De Goncourt. 

95 Ejiri, province of Sunshu (Suruga) on a windy day; No. i (Lenny), £3 12s. 6d. 

96 Ono Shinden (Suruga) ; No. 2 (Kleeman), £3. 

97 Katakura Cha yen, "The tea fields of Katakura," province of Suruga; No. 3 

(RusseU), £2 los. 

98 Fujimi hara, province of Owari; No. 4 (Lenny), £1 i8s. 

99 Koishikawa Yuki no ashita : A snowy morning at Koishikawa, Yedo ; No. 5 

(Kleeman), £2 2S. 

100 Todo no ura : Two torii standing in water where men and women are gathering 

shell fish ; No. 6 (MejmeU), £1 los. 

10 1 Minobu-gawa : Fuji seen from the banks of the Minobu river through high 

peaks of rock ; No. 7 (Meynell), £3. 

102 Gai-fu Kaisei, "Breeze, fine weather" ; No. 8 (Kleeman), £15 los. 

103 Yama shita Haku-u, "White moimtain under rain"; No. 9 (Kleeman), 

£11 los. 

104 Shonin Tozan : The ascent of the mountain by a party of pilgrims ; No. 10 

(Russell), £2 los. 

105 Kazousa no Narumi : View from Narumi in the province of Kazousa ; No. 11 

(Russell), £2 los. 

106 Ushibori in the province of Hitachi ; No. 12 (Lenny), £2 2S. 

107 Suwa Lake, in the province of Shinano ; No. 13 (Meynell), £2 2S. 

108 Totomi Sanchu : Fuji from the Totomi mountains ; No. r4 (Lenny), £5 ids. 

109 Onden mizu Kunima : Fuji from the Onden water-wheel ; No. 15 (Meynell), 

£1 3S. 
no Inimie toge Kai-Koshu : Fuji from the hillside at Inume ; No. 16 (Shannon), 

£4 lOS. 

111 Misaka Suimen, " Water-face " : Fuji mirrored in Lake Misaka in early spring 

time ; No. 17 (Kleeman), £1 igs. 

112 Mishama : View from the pass of Mishima in the province of Kai ; No. 18 

(Russell), £2 1 6s. 

113 Isawa at daybreak ; No. 19 (Russell), £3 los. 

114 Kanagawa oki nami ura : The great wave at Kanagawa ; No. 20 (Kleeman), 

£1 i8s. 

115 Tokaido Hodogava : Fuji seen from Hodogaya, one of the stations of the 

Togaido ; No. 21 (Joseph), £2 2S. 

116 Tokaido Yoshida : A tea-house at Yoshida, on the Tokaido ; No. 22 (Russell), 

£2. 

117 Tokaido Kanaya : Fuji seen from the ford at Kanaya ; No. 23 (Meynell), 

£1 IS. 



Sotheby's.] March 17, iS and 19, 1914. 219- 

1 18 Tokaido Tago no ura ryaku zu : The seashore at Tago near Bjiri, one of the 

stations on the Tokaido ; No. 24 (Meynell), £2 2S. 

119 Enoshima : A cluster of houses surrounded by green woods with the pagoda 

of the Shrine of Benten rising above the foliage ; No. 25 (Tregaskis),)fi 6=. 

120 Nakabaru, Joshu : Fuji from Nakabaru, province of Sagami ; No. 26 (Shannon). 

£- 4s. 

121 Sochu Shichi-ri-ga-hama, " The Seven Ri Beach," in the province of Soshu 

(Sagami) ; No. 27 (Lenny), £9 los. 

122 Hakone Ko=ui : The Lake of Hakone in the province of Sagami ; No. 28 

(RusseU), i2. 

123 Umesawa, in the province of Sagami ; No. 29 (Kleeman), £3 3s. 

124. Honjo Tatsukawa ; Fuji seen from the lumber-yards of Honjo Yedo : 
No. 30 (Mada), £2 6s. 

125 Mannenbashi Fukagawa : Fuji seen through the piers of the Maimen bridge, 

in the Fukagawa quarter of Yedo ; No. 31 (Meynell), £\ i6s. 

126 Go-hyaku Rakan-ji Sazaido : Fuji from the Pagoda of the Five Hundred 

Rakan at Yedo No. 32 (Kleeman), £x 2S. 

127 Aoyama Matsu : Fuji seen across the pines of Aoyama ; No. 33 (Tregaskis), 

£1 43- 
t28 Kajika-sawa, Kai : The lone fisherman at Kajika-sawa, in the province of 

Kai ; No. 34 ; (Kleeman), £2 8s. 
Z29 Kajika-sawa : A key block proof, printed in blue outline (Me>iiell), £1 14*. 

130 Shimo Meguro, a little village in the hills near Yedo ; No. 35 (Wilson), £4. 

131 Senju, a suburb of Yedo, where two men are fishing by a weir, and another. 

leading a hobbled horse to be shod ; No. 36 (Tregaskis), £1 los. 

132 Fuji, from Senju, looking across the " town of flowers " (Yoshwara) ; No. 37 

(Meynell), £1 is. 

133 Tsukuda-jima : an island at the mouth of the Sumida river ; No. 38 (Kleeman), 

£1 igs. 

134 Musashi Tamagawa : The Tama river in the province of Musashi ; No. 39 

(Kleemau), £1 14s. 

135 Tokaido Shinagawa, Gotenyama no Fuji : Fuji seen from Gotenyama, at 

Shinagawa on the Tokaido ; No. 40 (Shannon), £2 2S. 

136 Yedo Nihonbashi : View from the Nihon bridge up a canal lined by ware- 

houses ; No. 41 (Yates), £1. 

137 Yeto Suruga Cho, Mitsui Mise : The store of Mitsui, a celebrated emporium. 

Suruga Street, Yedo ; No. 42 (Kleeman), igs. 

138 Surugai dai : A picturesque hill in the centre of Yedo : No. 43 (Me>'nell), 

los. 

139 Toto Asakusa Hongwan-ji : Fuji from the Buddhist temple of the Monto 

sect, Hongwan-ji at Asakusa, Yedo ; No. 44 (Meynell), 5s. 

140 Ryogoku bashi : Fuji seen at evening, terminating the great Ryogoku bridge ; 

No. 45 (Kleeman), £3 los. 

141 Sumida Sekiya no Sato : The village of Sekiya, on the bank of the Sumida 

river ; No. 46 (Joseph), £1 2s. 

142 Aoyama Matsu : A duplicate copy (Cardew), £1 los. 

143 Ono Shinded, Nakabaru, and Musashi Tamagawa, three duplicates (Kleeman). 

£2 i8s. 

Shokoku Takimeguri. 
'■ Travelling around the Waterfall Country." Complete set of eight, full 
size, upright ; signed Zen Kokusai I-itzu. Published by Yeijudo of Yedo, c. 1827- 
The order given corresponds with that of De Goncourt. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



144 Kirifuri no taki, " The Kiriiuri (falling mist) faU " in the Kurokami Mountains, 

Province of Shimotsuke ; No. i (Tregaskis), £2 12s. 

145 Ono no taki, " The Ono FaU," on the Kisokaido ; No. 2 (Kleeman), £2 los. 

146 Kiyo taki, " The Kiyo (pure) Fall," by the Shrine of Kwannon of Sakanoshita, 

on the Takaido ; No. 3 (Kleenan), £2 2s. 

147 Yoshitsune uma aria no taki, " The Yoshitsune Horse-washing Fall," Yoshino, 

Province of Izumi ; No. 4 (Joseph), £1 as. 

148 Kiso, Amida no taki," The Amida (Buddha) Fall," Province of Kiso ; No. 5 

(Kleeman), £1 12s. 

149 Aoiga oka no taki, " The Hollyhock-hill Fall," Province of Yedo ; No. 5 

(Tregaskis), £2 2S. 

150 Soshu, Oyama, Roben no taki, " Roben Fall (after the name of the founder 

of the Temple Todaiji) Oyama, province of Soshu " ; No. 7 (Tregaskis), 
£1 8s. 

151 Mino, Yoro, no taki, " Yoro Fall, province of Mino " ; No. S (Kleeman), 

£3 los. 

Shokoku Meikio Kiran. 
" Views of the Bridges of the various Provinces." Complete set of eleven ; 
■full-size, oblong ; signed Zen Hokusai I-itzu. Published by Yeijudo of Yedo, 
1827-30. The order given corresponds with that of De Goncourt. 

152 Yamashiro, Arashiyama, Togetsu Kyo, " The Reflected Bridge of the Moon 

at Arashiyama, province of Yamashiro" ; No. i (Schwann), £2 2S. 

153 Kozuke, Sano, Funa bashi Fuyu, " The Bridge of Boats at Sano, province of 

Kozuke " ; No. 2 (Tregaslds), £2 12s. 

154 Guido san, Kumo, Kake bashi, " The Spider-web Bridge at Guido san," 

Ashikaga, province of Shimotsuke ; No. 3 (Tregaskis), £\ i8s. 

155 Hida, Etchu, Tsuru bashi, " The Bow-string Bridge," joining the provinces 

of Hida and Etchu, made of cordage and bamboo ; No. 4 (Shannon), 

£2 I2S. 

156 Suwo, Kintai bashi, " Kintai Bridge, province of Suwo " ; No. 5 (Clarke), 

£3- 

157 Tokaido, Okazaki, Yahagi no bashi, " The Yahagi Bridge at Okazaki, on 

the Tokaido" ; No. 6 (Tregaskis), £2. 

158 Kameido Tenjin Taiko bashi, " The Drum Bridge at the Temple of Tenjin, 

Kameido," Yedo ; No. 7 (Tregaskis), £2 8s. 

159 Ajikawa Guchi, Tempozan, " The Bridges at the mouth of the Aji River, 

Tempozan, Osaka " : No. 8 (Tregaskis), £1 i6s. 
r6o Settsu, Temma bashi, " Temma Bridge (at Osaka), province of Settsu " ; 
No. 9 (Schwann), 15s. 

161 Echizen, Fukiu bashi, " Fukiu Bridge, Province of Echizen " ; No. 10 

(Tregaskis), £2 6s. 

162 Mikawa, Yatsu-bashi, " The Eight-parts Bridge, province of Mikawa " ; 

No. II (Tregaskis), £2 6s. 

163 Sano Funa bashi, a duplicate copy (Kleeman), £2 14s. 

164 Arayashiyama Togetsu Kyo and Mikawa, Yatsu-bashi, duplicate copies 

(Kleeman), £3 17s. 6d. 

Settsu Gekka. 

165 " Snow, Moon, Flowers," the three friends of the poet ; complete set of three ; 

full size, oblong ; signed Zen Hokusai I-itzu. Snow on the Sumida River, 
view from the Temple Mokubogi, with a little island shrine in the right 
foreground ; Moon on the Yodo River ; Flowers at Yoshino, view on the 
hill-side (Schwann), £y. 



Sotheby's.] March 17, 18 and 19, 1914. 221 

166 Settsu Gekka, another set of three (Schwann), £6 5s. 

167 Kwa Cho, two from the set of ten half-block size ; Kocho and Bara, a yellow 

bird poised on a branch of a rose bush ; and Hototogisu and Satsuki, 
a cuckoo fl^nng above red azaleas ; both signed Zen Hokusai I-itzvt 
(Tregaskis), £7. 
:6& Hyakkunin Isshu, three of the set : No. i, A rice field ; Nc. 36, A midsummer 
night ; and No. 37, Women gathering water-hlies (Meynell), £2 8s. 

HOKUJIU (Shotei), worked c. 1800-1840. 
173 Toto, Tsukudajima, view from Tsukudajima at the mouth of the Sumida river, 

looking out to the Bay of Yedo ; full size, oblong ; signed (Schwann), 

£1 lOS. 

KUNIYOSHI (Ut.a.ga\va), 1797-1S61. 
179 Taira no Kiyomori commanding the Sun to stand still ; triptych ; full size, 

upright : signed Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi ; framed (J. Knight), £1 55. 
i8r Minamoto no Yoritomo in Council ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed 

Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi ; framed (Schwann), £1 is. 
182 Ataka no Seki. " The Barrier of Ataka " ; triptych ; full size, upright ; signed 

Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi ; framed (Schwann), £i 6s. 

YEISEN (Kesiai), 1789-184S. 

208 Kcisei Dochu Sugoroku, " A game of courtezans travelling," full-length figures 

of courtezans in various occupations, and views of the stations of the 

Tokaido in one of the upper comers ; nine of the set ; full size, upright ; 
all signed Kesai Yeisen (Morris), 17s. 

209 Keisei Dochu Sugoroku : another nine (Morris), £1 is. 

210 Keisei Dochu Sugoroku; another nine (Morris), £1 us. 

211 Keisei Dochu Sugoroku ; another nine (Morris), £1 6s. 

212 Keisei Dochu Sugoroku ; another nine (Morris), £1 3s. 

HIROSHIGE (IcHiRYUSAi), 1796-1858. 
216 Mitate Zashiki Kyogen, "Selected comic plays for the house"; triptych; 
a view over the tops of several apartments ; fuU size, upright ; signed 
Utagawa Hiroshige ; framed c. 1825 (Dickens), £2 8s. 
218 Naniwa Meisho Zue, " Celebrated views of Naniwa " (Osaka) ; six out of the 
set of ten, iirst edition, with yellow and pink spotted margins : Flower 
viewing, Tenjin HiU ; Night stalls in Junkei Street ; The Theatre Street 
by Dotem Bori ; Kuken Street, Shinmachi, the Courtezan quarter ; Naniwa 
House, Anryu Street ; Festival of Ebisu at Imamiya ; all full size, oblong • 
signed Hiroshige ; publisher Kawaguchi Shozo, c. 182S (Calthorpe), 
£S 5s. 

ToK.UDO Go-ju-SAN Eki Fu-kei Tsuzuku Y'oko Gwa. 
" Drawn across continuous views of the fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido," 
a complete set of fifty-five views (including Yedo and Kyoto) from the first issue 
of the work in folded sheets, with all the prints in the original form before alterations 
were made in the blocks ; full size, oblong ; all signed Hiroshige. 

220 Nihon Bashi ; first state, with the bridge clear in the foreground (Tregaskis), 

£2 2S. 

221 Shinagawa ; first state, later copies have extra figures in the procession 

(Tregaskis), £2. 

222 Kawasaki ; first state with the man on the raft and a key-block line to FMji 

(Tregaskis), £2 8s. 

223 Kanagawa ; first state, with the cloud on the left, and a small boat behind the 

near junk (Tregaskis), £2 2S. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



224 Hodogaya ; only state, coolies carrying a norimon across Shinkame bridge 

(W. E. Davy), £1 i8s. 

225 Totsuka ; first state, the man getting off the horse, and the side of the tea- 

house Kome-ya open (Tregaskis), £3 3s. 

226 Fujisawa ; only state, Yugio-ji is the temple in the background (Kleeman), 

£2 2S. 

227 Hiratsuka ; only state (Kleeman), £1. 

228 Oiso ; first state, with Tiger rain, and original colouring of the sky (Kleeman), 

£1 lOS. 

229 Odawara ; first state, with only two figures on the near shore, and the original 

background of hills, extensively altered in successive editions (Tregaslds), 
£1 i6s. 

230 Hakone ; only state (Kleeman), £1 los. 

231 Mishama ; first state and colouring ; a finely graded copy (Tregaskis), £2 2S^ 

232 Numazu ; only state, pilgrims going to the temple of Kompira ; a good 

copy with strong contrasts of light and shade (Tregaskis), £2 4s. 

233 Hara ; only state, Fuji at early morning (Kleeman), £1 8s. 

234 Yoshiwara ; first state (Kleeman), £2. 

235 Kambara ; only state (Tregaskis), £2 2s. 

236 Yui ; only state, orange sky at top, the original colouring (Kleeman), £2 5s. 

237 Okitsu ; only state (Kleeman), £1 los. 

238 Ejiri ; only state, but the sea well printed, the green graded into blue in 

the foreground, and the glowing sky deepening into orange (Schwann), 
£r i8s. 

239 Fuchu ; only state, travellers fording the Abe river (Gibson), £2 los. 

240 Mariko ; first state, except that the name has been corrected (Kleeman), 

£3 5S. 

241 Okabe ; first state, with Utsu hill the same colour on each side (Schwann), 

£1 los. 

242 Fujeida ; only state, but with the fine grading of the first issue (Kleeman),. 

£1. 

243 Shimada ; only state (Tregaskis), £1 6s. 

244 Kanaya ; first state, with original mountain outlines (Yates), £1 12s. 

245 Nissaka ; only state, but original colouring (Kleeman), £1 4s. 

246 Kakegawa ; only state (Schwann), £2. 

247 Fukoroi ; only state (F. Davis), 19s. 

248 Mitsuke ; only state (Laing), £2. 

249 Hamamatsu ; only state, a good impression (Tregaskis), £2 16s. 

250 Maizaka ; only state (Tregaskis), £1 i6s. 

251 Aria ; only state (Schwann), £1 4s. 

252 Shirasuka ; only state (Schwann), £1 14s. 

253 Futagawa, and the Monkey race-course, only state (Kleeman), i6s. 

254 Yoshida, and the Toyo river ; only state (Tregaskis), £2 4s. 

255 Goyu ; first state, with the publisher's mark in the circle, in the tea house 

(Tregaskis), £r 14s. 

256 Akasaka ; only state (Tregaskis), £1 14s. 

257 Fujikawa ; only state (Gibson), £1 2S. 

258 Okazaki ; first state, with original colouring (Tregaskis), £2 los. 

259 Chiryu ; first state, without the hill in the background (Kleeman), £1. 

260 Narumi ; first state, and original colouring (Morris), £1. 

261 Miya and the temple ftSte at Atsuta Daijingu ; only state (Tregaskis), £1 6s.. 



Sotheby's.] March 17, iS, and 19, 1914. 223 

262 Kuwana, mouth of the Seven Ri Ferry ; only state, but original colouring 

of green and blue sea (Schwann), £i 6s. 

263 Yokkaichi ; first state, with the shadow on the man's cloak (Tregaskis), 

£2 i6s. 

264 Ishiyakushi ; first state, with the blue hiU in the background, and the other 

two hills, variously coloured (Tregaskis), £2 los. 

265 Shono ; first state, with inscription on the umbrella (Tregaskis), £6 15s. 

266 Kameyama ; only state, the hills graded (Tregaskis), £2 6s. 

267 Seki ; only state, but the fine grading on the ground, of the first issue (Schwann), 

£2. 

268 Saka-no-shita ; only state (Kleeman), £1 i6s. 

269 Tsuchi Yama ; first state, with the original colouring of the trees (Kleeman), 

£2. 

270 Minalcuchi, woman peeling and drying gourds ; only state (Kleeman), £1 los. 

271 Ishibe ; only state, but the original colouring (Kleeman), £1 2S. 

272 Kusatsu ; only state, but original colouring (Laing), £1 5s. 

273 Otsu ; first state, with the green hill in the background (Kleeman), £1 14s. 

274 Kyoto ; only state, but the original colouring (Gibson), £1 14s. 



DRAWINGS. 



339 Kano School. Kakemono : Two small birds perched on a budding plum- 

tree in snow ; black and white, on paper ; unsigned (Smith), £3. 

340 Yukoku. Kakemono : A peacock on a rock with peony flowers, and butter- 

flies above ; in colours, on silk ; signed Yukoku, sealed Sugawara (Marshall), 
£4 4S- 

341 Seitei. Kakemono : A group of seven carp in water ; black and white, 

tinted, on silk ; signed and sealed Seitei (Tregaskis), £3 los. 

342 Hiroshige. Kakemono : Matsu no Bara, with ferry-boats crossing to the 

sand-spit, and Fuji in the distance ; black and white, tinted, on silk ; 
signed Hiroshige, sealed Ryusai (Tregaskis), £5 los. 

343 Hokusai. Kakemono : A Chinese rocky landscape with mist in the valley, and 

a man at the edge of a precipice making an offering to the hillside deities ; 
black and white, on silk ; signed Katsushika I-itzu, and sealed (Tregaskis), 
£18. 

344 Hokusai. Kakemono : A wood-cutter stooping down with hands on the 

ground, looking through his legs at the trunk of a tall tree, his axe on 
the ground ; black and white, on silk ; signed I-itzu, and sealed 
(Tregaskis), £3 los. 

345 Hokusai. Kakemono : An arrow fast in a rock, out of which a wild flower 

is growing, and two sparrows flying overhead ; in colours, on silk ; signed 
Zen Hokusai I-itzu, and sealed (Tregaskis), £6 X5S. 

346 Kano School. Two drawings on paper : The three laughing sages at the 

Tigers' Vale, black and white, by a pupil of Motonobu ; and Two views 
of peasants in rice culture, black and white, tinted ; unsigned ; both in 
one frame ; i6th cent. (Pearce), £1 8s. 
358 Kyosai. Kakemono : Kwei Sing the Genii of the Polar Star holding a brush 
and a measure ; in colours, on silk ; signed Shojo Kyosai (Yamanaka), 

£2 2S. 

360 Ippo (Mori). Kakemono : A path through mountains at springtime ; in 
colours, on silk ; signed Ippo (Yamanaka), £2 los. 



224 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

361 Toshun (Kano). Kakemono : Oshikiyo riding on a flying crane reading a 
scroll ; in colours, on silk ; signed Hogen Toshun (Kleeman), £i 12s. 

302 Hoyen. Kakemono : Two blue-crested birds and a bough of weeping cherry, 
the petals falling on to water below, in which is a tortoise ; in colours, 
on silk ; signed Hoyen (Tregaskis), £5 los. 

363 Konen. Kakemono : A number of small brown birds fluttering around a 

cliff, out of which a branch of cherry is growing ; in colours, on silk ; 
sealed Konen ; Chinese school, 19th cent. (Tregaskis), £2 15s. 

364 Yusho. Kakemono : Two carp swimming in a stream ; in colours, on silk ; 

signed Yusho ; Shijo school, early 19th cent. (Kleeman), £2 6s. 

366 Gessho. Kakemono : A monkey and young on the edge of a cliff, with a 

hornet's nest suspended below, and a waterfall beneath ; signed Gessho 
(a pupil of Mori Sosen) (Tregaskis), £1 2S. 

367 Ganrei. Kakemono : A pair of fowls in a field ; in colours, on silk ; signed 

Ganrei ; early 19th cent. (Kleeman), £1. 
369 Unsigned. Kakemono : A carp in water ; in colours ; Shijo school, i8th cent. 
(Kleeman), £1 2s. 



March 20, 1914. Christie's. 

Pictures and Drawings, tlie property of tire late T. G. 
Arthur, Esq., Carrick House, Ayr, N.B. ; also Water Colour 
Drawings, the propert)- of Richard Martin, Esq., Church- 
dale Hall, Bakewell. 



The property of Richard Martin, Esq., Churchdale Hall, 
Bakewell. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Backhouse, Margaret, The pet pigeon, oval — 17I X 13! (Miller), £2 12s. 6d. 

2 Beavis, R., 1866, Goats in a pastiure — 8 X 13* (Roe), £2 as. 

3 Cattermole, C, i860, 'Twixt Hfe and death — 14^; X 21 (Vicars), £6 6s. 

4 Cole, Vicat, R.A., The beech wood— r4 X 10 (Bowden), £2 2s. 

5 Cooper, T.S., R. A., 1862, Three sheep in a pasture — 8|- x iii (Cassell), £31 los. 

6 Cox, C, Old Watermill— iij X 17 (Amor), £23 2s. 

7 Cox, D., Welsh landscape with three figures — 7j :■' 11 J (Permain), £21. 

8 David, G., The barber's shop— lof X 8| (Marford), £19 igs. 

9 David, G., The fair critics — gj- x 8J (Williams), £10 los. 

10 Duncan, E., 1856, Pilot boat off Swansea — 13I x igi (Vicars), £12 12s. 

11 Dyckmans, J. L., 1866, Evening of life — 13J X gj (Neumans), £19 19s. 

12 Fielding, Copley, Highland lake scene with peasant and cows — 7 X 10 

(Sampson), £35 14s. 

13 Foster, Birket, Wayside cottage^g X 13J (Bowden), £120 15s. 

14 Foster, Birket, Road scene with sheep — 7J X loj (Cassell), £69 6s. 

15 Fripp, G. A., 1857, The eel-catcher — 14 X 21 (Joseph), £22 is. 

16 Fripp, G. A., A ruined abbey : and Cloisters (Agnew), £3 3s. 

17 Gerome, J. L., Aprfes le bal masquO — loj X 15 J (Sampson), £52 los. 

18 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1862, Petrucchio going to the marriage— 18 X 14 (Cassell), 

£28 7s. 

19 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., The young student— 14J X 12 (Carroll), £4 4s. 

20 Gosling, W. W., 1865, The warrcner— 7J x 13^ (Mathews), £3 3s. 



Christie's.] ?*Iarch 20, 1914. 225 

31 Haghe, Louis, Henry II doing penance at the tomb of Thomas-a-Becket — 

16 X 10 J (Phelps), £4 4s. 

21A Haghe, Loms, 1864, Hospitality — i6i X 23 (Cassell), £19 igs. 

22 Hall, G. L., 1861, On the south coast— 8J X 14?- (Permain), £1 i8s. 

23 Hall, G. L., 1865, Storm on the coast — loi X 17* (Mathews), £3 5s. 

24 Hargitt, E., 1867, Crossing the moor — iij ;< 19J (Phelps), £3. 

25 Hargitt, E., 1867, Moonlight on the lake — 11 J X igj (Mathews), 15s. 

26 Hough, W., Grapes, circular ; and River scene, simset (Wallis), £2 los. 

27 Knox, E. J., 1866, Winter landscapes, a pair — 6^ < 19 (Phelps), £3 3s. 

28 LmneU, J., sen., 1850, The disobedient prophet — 14-I x 11 (Joseph), £36 15s. 

29 Linton, Sir J. D., Hesitation — 15 X 13 (Carroll), £1 iis. 6d. 

30 Linton, Sir J. D., Meditation — 12^ X 13^ (Carroll), £1 iis. 6d. 

31 Maroun, J., The foot-bridge — iji X i2i- (Phelps), £2 2s. 

32 Mole, J. H., 1864. The mussel-gatherers — 13^ x 23I (Cassell), £32 iis. 

33 Muckley, W. T., The mirror, circular — 9 ins. diameter (Carroll), £1 iis. 6d. 

34 Prout, S., Gateway of a Norman church — 16 X 12J (Bowden), £ig 19s. 

35 Prout, Skinner, Street in a Norman town — 18 :< 13 (Permain), £14 14s. 

36 Richardson, T. M., 1852, Castle on the Rhine — loj x 17I (WUliams), £17 17s. 

37 Rooker, M. A., Park with mansion in the distance — 7 X 10 (Oppe), £r 6s. 

38 Rowbotham, T. L., 1864, Scene on the Lake of Como with peasant women 

under a pergola — toi .< 20 (Permain), £21. 

39 Shalders, G., 1865, The flock — 12 X igj (Permain), £19 19s. 

40 Tayler, F., The Shepherdess — 14.^ X lo^ (Lady Coats), £3 13s. 66. 

41 Tomer, J. M. W., R.A., Granville— 7i X loj (Agnew), £81 i8s. 

42 Walker, F., A.R.A., The poultry-yard — r7j^ x nl- (Agnew), £210. 

43 Willis, H. B., 1864, Sunrise in the meadows, Jersey, — 18 x 27^ (Vicars), 

£33 I2S- 

PICTURE. 

44 In the snow — 13 x 11 (Caccamesi), 13s. 

Property of the late T. G. Arthur, Esq., Carrick House, 
Ayr, N.B. 

JAP.\NESE PRINTS. 

45 Geishi, A princess visiting attended by her servants, dipiych, signed Geishi ; 

Hokusai, One of the thirty-six views of Fuji, Tokaido Shinagawa, Goten- 
yama no Fuji, signed Zen Hokusai Vitzu (Carroll), £4 13s. 

46 Geizan, An oiran standing beside an open Shoji ; An oiran with her kamuro 

who is holding a battledore ; An oiran in a rich kimono, one of a series 
of fashion plates, each signed Kikugawa Geizan (Carrol!), £5 5s. 

47 Toyokimi (Utagawa), A girl seated beside a writing case, signed Toyokuni ; 

Shikiraaro, An oiran standing, signed Shikimaro ; and Two surimono by 
Gakutei (Martin), £5 15s. 6d. 

48 Hokkci, five surimono : JIasker dressed for Sombosa dance ; Poet seated 

by the seashore ; and three others, each signed Hokkei (Carroll), £4 14s. 6d. 

49 Suku, Surimono, People on the seashore at Enoshima ; a scene in a palace, 

both signed Suku ; Fuji seen across the sea ; A girl lying in bed reading, 
each signed Kuniyoshi ; People dragging in fishing-nets, by Titsu • and 
another, signed Kunisada (Carroll), £2 5s. 

DRAWINGS. 

50 Beavis, R., 1870, Highland cattle, black and white chalk — 12^ X igi 

(Sampson), ids. 6d. 



226 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

51 Blake, W., Samson and Delilah — ijj by 14 (Tregaskis), £23 2S. 

52 Blake, W., Lucifer conducting the Pope to hell — 7j X loj (Sabin), £15 15s. 

53 Bume-Jones, Sir E., The blessed damosel — 15J by 8 (Sampson), £42. 

54 Bume-Jones, Sir E., 1865, The hours, early study for the oil picture, red chalk — 

i8i X 31 (Sampson), £7 7s. 

55 CrawhaU, J., Kempton Park — 12^ X igi (Reid), £183 15s. 

56 CrawhaU, J., A coach and four — iij x igi (Paterson), £278 5s. 

57 CrawhaU, J., Hounds casting — iij x 17 (Paterson), £168. 

58 CrawhaU, J., Bamet Fair— 15J x 15 (Reid), £325 los. 

59 CrawhaU, J., A false scent, hie back — 14J X 10 (Reid), £168. 

60 Furniss, Harry, The three witches, pen and ink ; and Le bal masque, by 

H. de Montant (Tregaskis), £1 4s. 

61 Keene, Charles, The sailor's version ; Misunderstood ; and A drawback, 

Indian ink, unframed (Carfax), £8 15s. 

62 Lawson, Cecil G., View on the Thames — 6J X 7l (S. Wilson), £15 15s. 

63 Legros, A., 1888, Study of a figure from Michael Angelo, silver point — loi X 8 

(Parsons), £5 6s. 

64 Lessore, Jules, Jamaica Bridge — 7 X ii4 (Coats), £15 15s. 

65 Lessore, Jules, Trongate, looking West — loj X r3j (Coats), £13 13s. 

66 Manson, G., Fountain Close, Edinburgh, sepia, — gj X 4i (Wallis), £2 2S. 

67 Du Maurier, G., " II faut souffrir pour 6tre beUe " ; and " Our drawing-room 

pets," pen and ink (Young), £11 os. 6d. 

68 Du Maurier, G., " Who lives to please " ; and " Tlie famous portrait," two 

in one frame, pen and ink (Parsons), £4 4s. 

69 Mtihrman, H., 1884, Moonlight landscape, pastel — gj X 15 (Sampson), £1 is. 

70 Muhrman, H., The dustman, pastel — loj X 7| (Blaker), £4. 

71 Muhrman, H., Landscape with cottages ; Landscape, pastel (Drucker), £1 los, 

72 Ruskin, J., A doorway, Rouen Cathedral, pen and ink — 13J X 10 (Bullock). 

£2 lOS. 

73 Segantini, Pompejeune — 20J X 15} (Coluaghi), £157 los. 

74 Segantini, G., Le retour h I'etable, pastel' — 20 X 12 (WaUis), £78 15. 

75 Strang, W., A.R.A., The Crucifixion ; and Eight drawings, by Lord Tennyson, 

from " Eraser's Magazine," unframed (Tregaskis), £1. 

76 Swan, Alice M., Primroses — loj X 10^ (Coats), £7. 

77 Swan, AUce M., Daffodils — 19 X 28i (Coats), £10 los. 

78 Swan, Alice M., 1893, Iceland Poppies — 22 X 15 (Permain), £5 5s. 

79 Swan, Alice M., 1887, White Chrysanthemums^-2oi X 13* (WaUis), £6 i6s. 6d. 

80 Swan, Alice M., 1889, Tea-roses in a vase — 211^ X 14 (Wallis), £9 19s. 6d. 

81 Swan, Alice M., 1883, " Housed," chickens in a hut — 13^ X 19 (Carroll), 

£4 4S. 

82 Whistler, J. M., Thomas Carlyle, a pencil study, unframed — 11 X 74 (Wallis), 

£19 19s. 

83 De Wint, P., Hay time, road scene with haymakers — 8 X iij (Gooden & Fox), 

£32 IIS. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

84 Romans invading England— 25 X 38 (Coats), £16 i6s. 

85 Bonvin, F., i860. Girl seated holding a book — 31 X 25 (Boss), £21. 

86 Chalmers, G. P., R.S.A., 1863, A souvenir of Rembrandt, panel— 6J X 5 

(Fulton), £12 is. 6d. 

87 Corot, J. B. C, Vue de la Rochelle, les tailleurs de pierres— SJ X 14 (Reid), 

£220 lOS. 



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88 Daumier, Bords de la Seine : peasants taking horses down to water, panel — 

17J X 2ii (Colnaghi), £86i. 

89 Holland, J., 1843, Town and Cathedral of Cadiz, panel — 13^ X 2ii (Coats), 

£65 2S. 

91 Jacque, Ch., Poultry at a bam door, panel — 4 X 3^ (Neuman), £33 12s. 

92 Jadin, C, 1859, BuU-dog, panel — 30^ X 24 (Coats), £10 los. 

93 Legros, A., Head of an old man mth a white shirt open at the neck, long 

white hair — iSJ X 14J (Jackson), ;f22 is. 

94 Macbride, W., The sheep-fold, 17J X 13J (Marchant), £11 iis. 

95 Mettling, L., Girl in dark dress with brown sleeves wearing a medallion — 

20J X i7i (.Maxse), £52 los. 

96 Muhrman, 1885, Hampstead Heath — 8} x isj (Sampson), £6 i6s. 6d. 

97 Muhrman, H., 1891, Winter, Hampstead — 14J X 2ii (Sampson), /15 15s. 

98 Peppercorn, A. D., A nocturne — 10 X 12 (Sampson), £6 i6s. 6d. 

99 Pickering, Evelyn, 1878, Venus and Cupid — 49^ x 26J^ (Stirling), £25 4s. 
100 Ricard, L. G., Lady in black dress, oval — 22J x 19 (Reid), £220 los. 

loi Ricard, L. G., StUl life on a table, panel — 9J X 14J (Reid), £57 15s. 

102 Rose, H. Randolph, 1893, Mourners in an Eastern churchyard — 30^^ X 41* 

(Pearson), £3 3s. 

103 Stanhope, R. Spencer, Charon and Psyche — 37 X 54 (Holt), £44 2s. 

" Speechless she showed the money on her lip, 

Which straight he took, and set her in the ship." 

104 Swan, J. M., R.A., 1883, A white poodle — 2ii X 15J (Carroll), £23 2S. 

105 Thomas, Grosvenor, Twilight — 19^ X 23^ (G. Thomas), £15 15s. 

106 Thomson Rev. J. (of Duddingston), Aberlady Bay, panel — 8 x iij, a study 

for the picture in the Scottish National Gallery (Gooden & Fox), £6 i6s. 6d. 

107 Vollon, A., Brass chaldron, pitcher, glass, and plums on a table — 19 x 27 

(Wallis), £37 i6s. 

108 Vollon, A., Strawberries, panel — 12J X igj (Jackson), £37 i6s. 

109 Vollon, A., Farm buildings — 12^ X i5i (Jackson), £35 14s. 

OLD PICTURES. 

Dutch and German Schools. 

iio Backhuysen, Fishing boats in a breeze, panel — 14J X 13^ (Peto), £27 6s. 

111 Brekelenkam, Q., A fishwife, panel — 12 X loj (Bohler), £58 i6s. 

112 Buesem, Jan, Interior of a cathedral with figures, unframed, panel — 28J X 31 

(Crome), £6 i6s. 6d. 

113 Cranach, Lucas, Two portraits of the Elector of Saxony in dark cloaks trimmed 

with fur and black caps, a pair, panel — 29 J X 20 (Knoedler), £336. 

114 Cuyp, A., Teasing the goat: a peasant in blue blouse is teasing a goat with 

a crook, another peasant stands behind with some sheep, in the background 
a wide expanse of water with the church of Dordrecht in the distance, 
panel — igf x 25J (Nicholson), £315. 

1 15 Dutch School. Gentleman in dark dress with deep lawn collar, coat of arms 

on the left, unframed panel — 29^ X 26 (Renton), £12 12s. 

116 Dutch School. Woody landscape with a bridge and figures, unframed, panel 

2ii X 33 (Nicholson), £11 iis. 

117 Dutch School. Fish, vegetables, and still life ; and Mary Queen of Scots 

unframed, panel (Stirling), £15 15s. 

118 Dutch School. Boar hunt, on porcelain ; Hermit reading a book, unframed. 

panel ; and A Russian Ikon, panel (Parsons), £15 15s. 



228 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

119 EngelbrechtSE, C, Adoration of the Magi, panel — loj x 13^^ (L. Harris), 

£556 los. 

120 Hals, F., Portrait of the artist in black dress with white coUar and large black 

felt hat, leaning his right arm on the back of a chair — 29 J X 23 i (Newman), 
£220 lOS. 

An unframed etching by H. Struck was sold with the picture. 

121 Heem, C. de, Fruit and still life on a slab — 24* X i8i (Schroeder), £12 12s., 

122 The Master of the Holzhausen Portraits. Portrait of a nobleman in crimson 

dress with braided cuffs, dark cloak with wide fur collar and slashed sleeves, 
a pleated white shirt seen at the neck, large black hat, mountainous land- 
scape v.'ith a winding riverseen in background, panel — 18|- x 14! (Martin), 
£304 lOS. 

123 Janet, Lady in yellow figured dress with slashed sleeves, panel — 13 X 10 

(L. Harris), £99 15s. 

124 Janet, Archduke Albert when young ; and James VI when a boy, panel 

(Nicholson), £24 3s. 

125 Mierevelt. Girl in dark dress with light embroidered sleeves, deep lace collar, 

and jewel ornaments, panel — 23 X 19 (Agnew), £840. 

126 Molenaer, J. M., Lady in black dress, with white collar and cufis, holding a 

fan, panel — 7 X 5 J (Fulton), £14 3s. 6d. 

127 More, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, in dark dress and black cap, panel — 

16J X 12 J (Bohler), £65 2s. 

128 Poel, E. van der, Interior of a shed, with goats, vegetables, and numerous 

objects of still life, panel — i6i by 19.V (Grouse), £2 12s. 6d. 

129 Pourbus, EUzabeth, of Austria, in richly embroidered dress, with white lace 

collar — i8i by 14J- (Bohler), £105. 

130 Pourbus, Marguerite de Valois, in embroidered dress with white rufi, panel — 

12 X 10 (Leger), £25 4s. 

131 Ravesteyn, J. A. van, Lady in dark dress, with white ruff and headdress, 

unframed, panel — 22 X 18 (Neumans), £37 i6s. 

132 Santvoort, D. van. Youth in grey dress with slashed sleeves and white collar, 

oval, unframed, panel — 29 X 23J (Markey), £99 15s. 

133 Schold, P., Dead birds, a book and still life on a table, panel — 22J X 31! 

(Warren), £5 15s. 6d. 
154 Streeck, J. Van, A tazza containing sweetmeats, an earthenware jug, and other 
objects of still life, panel — 25 ;< 19J (Wallis), £60 i8s. 

135 Van Dyck School. Gentleman in dark dress with white ruff, with coat of 

arms and date 1631 — 35 X 24V (Smith), £10 los. 

136 Vos, C. de. Gentleman in embroidered black dress with white lace ruff, ova! 

unframed, panel — 25^ X 20 (Neumans), £42. 
Italian Schools. 

137 School of Antonello. Ecce Homo : The Head of Our Savioiur, with red dress, 

wearing a crown of thorns, and with a rope round His neck, panel — 15 X gl 
(Colnaghi), £178 los. 
13S School of Antonello. Gentleman in dark dress and hat, panel — 14 X loS 
(Neumans), £26 5s. 

139 Crivelli, Vittore, Saint Jerome ; and Saint Francis, a pair, unframed, panel — 

49i X i.5i (Nicholson), £63. 

140 Fiorentino, Pier Francesco, The Madonna and Child : The Madonna in red 

dress with dark green cloak, seated with the Infant Saviour on her lap 
VVho holds a goldfinch in His hand, panel — 23} X 16J (Marlborough 
Gallery), £315. 



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141 Lippi, Filippo, The Madonna in adoration, in blue robe over a red dress, a 

white lace kerchief on her head, tempera, panel — 26^ x 14 (iMartin), 

£273- 

142 Moroni, G. B. Youth in white doublet and blackcap, 18 x 14^ (Bohler),£i 7810s. 

143 Pinturicchio, Mystic marriage of Saint Catherine, scenes from the life of the 

saint in background, panel, circular- — 25 J ins. diameter (Neumans), 
£152 5S. 

144 Tintoretto (after), The miracle of Saint Mark, by A. Roche, panel — gj X 13^ 

(Collings), £2 2s. 

English and Spanish Schools. 

145 CoeUo, Eleanor of Austria in embroidered dress holding a kerchief — 30 by 23J 

(Pett), £33 I2S. 

146 Gainsborough, T., R.A/, Woody road scene : Landscape, with the artist, as a 

gamekeeper, conversing wth an old peasant, dogs in the foreground, 
farm buildings behind ; in the style of D. Teniers the elder — 44J x 58^ 
(Martin), £609. 

147 Morales, L. de, The dead Christ and the Virgin at the foot of the Cross, panel — 

II X 8 (Wintemitz), £2 2S. 

148 Reynolds School. Girl with a dog — 24I X 19 1 (Coats), £31 los. 

149 Velasquez School. Charles II in dark dress with white collar, wearing the 

order of the Golden Fleece — 27 X 20 (Smith), £14 14s. 



March 20 and 23, 1Q14. Sotheby's. 

Engravings, Drawings, and Etchings, the property of 
Mrs. Edmonstone, Woodthorpe, Nottingham. 

DRAWINGS BY OLD MASTERS. 
3 Bril, P., Landscape with figures and buildings, signed, in sepia pen, with 
brown and green wash, (Parsons), £i 14s. 

5 Cock, H., Landscape with figures and cattle, signed, in sepia pen and green 

wash (Romaix), £3 los. 

6 Rubens, P. P., The meeting between four people at the entrance to a building, 

in sepia (CoUins), £5 5s. 

10 ToorenvUet, J ., Portrait of a lady feeding a monkey with fruit, in red and black 

chalk with blue and sepia wash (Rimell), £4 17s. 6d. 

11 Goyen, J. van. Landscape with country cottage and figures, in black chalk 

with coloured wash (Parsons), £2 5s. 

12 Ryckaert, D., The shoemaker, in water colours, (Collins), jf8 15s. 

13 Vermeulen, A., Peasant and cattle at the side of a farm-house, after P. Potter, 

in water colours (Grose), £2 5s. 

14 Callot, J., Interior of a council-room with a king enthroned surrounded by 

several people, in red and black chalk (Parsons), £2. 

15 Watteau, A., A cupid riding on a dolphin, in red chalk (CoUins), £5. 

16 Dijrer, Albert (attributed to), St. Veronica holding the Holy handkerchief, 

in sepia pen and wash (Parsons), £8. 

17 Mantegna, Andrea, The interior of a prison, in sepia pen and wash (Hopwood), 

£1 8s. 

18 Rugendas, G. P., The boar hunt, signed, in sepia pen and wash (Meatyard), 

£1 2S. 

19 Wouverman, W., Landscape with cattle standing in a river, in sepia pen 

(Collins), £3. 

16 



230 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

20 Anonymous, Landscape with figtires seated on a bridge over a stream, in 

sepia pen (Meatyard), £z ys. 6d. 

21 Bella, S. Delia, A battle piece, in sepia pen and black wash (Davis), £i 3s. 

22 Bachiocci, Carlo, A miracle performed during an earthquake, in red chalk, 

heightened with white (Davis), £1 3s. 

23 Carracci, A., Landscape with a hermit and shepherd, in sepia pen (Parsons), 

£1 IS. 

24 Lantara, S. M., Landscape with waterfall and figures, in black chalk heightened 

with white on a green paper (Parsons), £2 2S. 

25 Le Brun, C, a Roman army crossing a river, in black chalk, heightened with 

white, (RimeU), £1 8s. 

26 Parizeau, P. L., A youth seated in a boat surrounded by nymphs and cupids, 

signed, in red chalk (CoUins), £5. 
28 Poussin, N., Landscape with Roman buildings, in sepia pen and wash (Davis), 

ETCHINGS. 

39 Rembrandt, Jacob lamenting the death of Joseph, early impression (Colnaghi), 

£15. 

40 Rembrandt, Portrait of a young man in a velvet cap with books beside 

him, early impression (Rimell), £12. 

43 Rembrandt, Christ preaching (Cohriaghi), £13 los. 

44 Franck, Franciscus, by G. Hondius, after Sir A. Vandyck, first state out of 

seven ; this is an earlier state than the reputed first state which is in the 
British Museum, and is probably unique ; also an impression of the seventh 
state of the same print (Colnaghi), £3. 



A collection of Ornamental designs, principally for richly- 
decorated cups and other drinking vessels. 

ORNAMENTS. 

Anonymous Artist (c. 1575). 

Engraved " en dentele." 

46 A two-handled vase containing flowers ; and a tall vase-shaped ewer (Gute- 

kunst), £25. 

47 Ornamental design for the adornemnt of the bowl of a large cup (Colnaghi), 

£12 lOS. 

48 Two large beakers, completely ornamented (Gutekunst), £26. 

49 Beakers, duplicate of one of the above ; and another of similar design (Gute- 

kunst), £22. 

50 A vase-shaped double cup ; and two others (Colnaghi), £18. 

51 Three large cups, without covers (Colnaghi), £34. 

52 Three others of somewhat smaller size (Gutekunst), £27. 

53 A cup with three bowls ; a tazza-shaped cup ; and another (Gutekunst), 

£13 los. 

54 Standing cups, with covers (Gutekunst), £33. 

55 Two others, of larger size (Gutekunst), £28. 

56 Two similar cups (Gutekunst), £27. 

57 Tankards, two large richly-ornamented tankards ; and another of a smaller 

size (Maggs), £27. 

58 Beakers: Two beakers, the lower halves being unomamenled (Gutekunst), 

£19- 



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59 Beakers: Two others, completeljj ornamented (Gutekunst), £21. 

60 Beakers : Two others, ornamented with scroll work, humaa heads, etc. (Gute- 

kunst), £21. 

61 Beakers : Three others of similar design, one being of small size (Gutekunst), 

£23. 

62 Beakers : Two others, completely ornamented ; and two with the lower halves 

left plain (Gutekimst), £23. 

63 Beakers : Duplicates of those in the above lots (Colnaghi), £22. 

Woodcuts Ascribed to Hans Brosamer. 

64 Designs (13) for standing cups, with covers ; and a flagon (Gutekunst), £15. 

65 Standing cups with covers ; double cups ; a flagon, etc., two on each block ; 

and a bottle, the upper part in the form of man, with other designs on 
the same block (10) (Gutekunst), £25. 

66 Hopfer, D., Panels (18) of ornament for various purposes, second states, with 

the numbers (Batsford), £3. 

67 Hopfer, D., Ornamental alphabets (18) ; religious subjects, etc., second states 

Batsford, £3. 

68 Hopfer, J., Cups, etc., twenty designs on six sheets, second states (Jenkins), 

£2. 

69 Hopfer, L., Panels of ornament (5), second states (Jenkins), £2 5s. 

Virgil, Sous. 

70 Two small ewers (B. 517-18) ; a vase-shaped cup, with cover ; and two others 

(Colnaghi), £g. 

71 Two ewers (B. 515-16) ; two other ewers of smaller size ; and a two-handled 

vase with cover (Colnaghi), £11. 

72 Ewer, in the shape of a shell (B. 526) ; a vase-shaped ewer ; and another (Gute- 

kunst), £13. 

73 Standing cups, with covers, one cut at top (Gutekunst), £7. 

74 Two double cups ; and a two-handled vase, damaged (Batsford), £4. 

75 Cups ; Ewers ; a flagon, etc. (14), from the designs of Virgil Solis (Gutekunst), 

£50. 

Bernhard, Zan (i58r). 

76 Standing cups, with covers (Gutekunst), £28. 

77 A flask, with cover ; and two cups, with covers (Gutekunst), £24. 

78 Two large beakers (Gutekunst), £18. 

79 Two smaller beakers ; and two cups, without stems (Gutekunst), £20. 

80 Two taU cups, without covers ; and a cup, somewhat in the shape of a mazer 

(Gutekunst), £24. 

81 Two double cups ; and a cup, with cover (Gutekunst), £29. 

82 Ornamental designs (5) for the decoration of cups, etc. (Gutekunst), £24. 

83 Ornamental designs (6) for goldsmith's and jeweller's work (Gutekunst), 

£29. 



86 Sophia Princess Czartoryski, by Agar, after Isabey (Brail), £1 7s. 

95 Mezzotint : Soame Jenyns, by W. Dickinson, after Sir J. Re>Tiolds, engraver's 

proof before the inscription space was cleared (Hannaford), £r los. 
97 Mezzotint : Lady Middleton, by McArdell, after Sir P. Lely (Hannaford), 

£4 45- 
108 The lord of the vineyard paying his labourers, by W. Pether, after Rembrandt, 

proof before letters (Brail), £6 15s. 
138 The sheep shearer, by A. Cardon, after H. Singleton, in colours (Brail), £3 5s. 

i6* 



332 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

140 Turner, Charles, Napoleon Bonaparte on boarj the Bellerophon, after Charles 

Lock Eastlake, first state, vnth. fuU imtrimmed margin (Ellis & Smith), 

141 Walton, H., The fruit barrow, by J. R. Smith (F. Daniell), £11. 

143 Morland, G., The thatcher, by W. Ward, etched letter proof, with fuU un- 
trimmed margin (Cokiaghi), £86. 

143 Morland, G., The farmyard, by W. Ward, etched letter proof, with full un- 

trimmed margin (Colnaghi), £44. 

144 Morland, G., The horse feeder, by J. R. Smith, etched letter proof, with full 

untrimmed margin (F. Daniell), £45. 

145 Morland, G., Fisherman preparing to go out, by R. Brooke, etched letter 

proof, with full untrimmed margin (F. Daniell), £4 5s. 

146 Morland, G., Dancing dogs and guinea pigs, by T. Gaugain, a pair, in brown 

(Brail), £5 5s. 
155 Portrait of two children, by Caroline Watson, after Cosway, oval, stipple 

(Meatyard), £1 13s. 
:i56 Shakespeare, large head, etched by L. Flameng, remarque proof (James), 

£3. 

157 David Garrick, by T. Watson, after Sir J. Reynolds (Jenkinson), £2 5s. 

158 Mrs. Siddons as the tragic muse, by Haward, after Reynolds (Chaundy), £2. 
163 Sir WilUam Sydney Smith, by Bell, after Chandler (Meatyard), £2 7s. 6d. 
174 Mrs. Jordan in the character of "The country girl," by J. Ogborne, after 

G. Romney, brown impression, with untrimmed margins (Edwards), 
£7 5S. 

184 Mrs. BenweU, by W. Ward, after J. Hoppner (Norris), £4. 

185 Salad girl, by W. Ward, after J. Hoppner, £1 15s. 

186 Miss Sneyd as Serena, by J. R. Smith, after G. Romney, coloured, cut to an 

oval (Bagley), £3 5s. 

187 Hebe, by C. Turner, after Huet Billiers, proof before letters (Hopwood), 

£1 lOS. 
£88 The gipsy, by H. Meyer, after D. Wilkie, in colours (Hopwood), £5. 

189 Sailors in Port, by W. Ward, after T. Stothard, open-letter proof (Norris), 

£1 6s. 

190 Rowlandson, T., Side box sketches, by S. Aiken, a set of four on one plate, 

in colours (Sabin), £20. 

191 Rowlandson, T., Four o'clock in town, and four o'clock in the country, a pair, 

aquatints, in colours (Rimell), £2 los. 

192 Rowlandson, T., English barracks and French barracks, by T. Malton, a pair, 

aquatints, in colours (BraU), £4 15s. 
103 Rowlandson, T., A sudden squall in Hyde Park, by T. Malton ; and An inn 
yard on fire, by the same, aquatints, in colours (Rimell), £7 los. 

200 Mrs. Sheridan as St. Cecilia, by T. Watson, after Sir J. Reynolds, open-letter 

proof, oval, in brown (Harrison), £4. 

201 The young Pliny reproved, by Scorodomoff, after A. Kauffman ; and another 

classical subject, by F. Bartolozzi, after the same, both in colours, titles 
cut off (Mayne), £13. 

202 A St. Giles's beauty, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. B. Cipriani, oval, in red (Meat- 

yard), £4 4s. 

203 The power of love, and The power of beauty, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. B 

Cipriani, a pair, ovals, in red (Sal)in), £9. 

204 Nymphs bathing, and Nymphs after bathing, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. B. 

Cipriani, a pair, ovals, in red, open-letter proofs (Davis), £4 15s. 



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205 Music, and Poetry, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. B. Cipriani, a pair, ovals, in red, 

open-letter proofs (Brail), £2 los. 

206 Dancing nymph, by F. Bartolozxi, after A. Kauffman, oval, in red (BraU), 

£2 lOS. 

207 A sacrifice to Cupid, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. B. Cipriani, oval, in red (Sabin), 

£3 15s. 

208 Fortune and Prosperity, by F. Bartolozzi, after J. B. Cipriani, a pair, ovals, 

in red (BraD), £3. 

209 Lord Thomas and Fair Annett, by F. Bartolozzi, after H. Bimbury, circle, in 

red (Withers), £1. 

211 Georgiana Countess Spencer, by F. Bartolozzi, after Gainsborough, oval, 

in brown (Brail), £1 is. 

212 Georgiana Ccuntess Spencer, by F. Bartolozzi, after Nixon, proof before letters, 

oval, in brown (Ellis & Smith), £1 55. 

214 Infancy, by and after \V. W. Ryland, circle, in colours, proof with the title 

in dotted letters (BraU), £2 los. 

215 Faith, by W. W. Ryland, after A. Kauffman, circle, in colours (Brail), £4 los. 



From the collection of Military Prints and Portraits 
formed by the late S. M. Milne, Esq., Calverly House, 
Leeds. 

ai6 Hoppner, J., The Duke of Wellington, by G. Clint, in colours (Ellis & Smith), 

217 The Duke of Wellington, whole-length, in Field Marshal's uniform, aquatint, 
in colours (Parsons), £3. 

219 The Marquis of Anglesea, by R. Cooper and T. Sutherland, after H. Aiken, 

aquatint, in colours, (F. Harvey), £9 los. 

220 Lieutenant General Sir Eyre Coote, by G. Clint, after M. A. Shee, proof before 

all letters (Breun), £2. 

221 Cxilonel Henries, by W. Ward, after W. R. Bigg, in colours, with the title cut 

out (Rimell), £9 155. 

222 George Prince of Wales, standing by his horse, by and after J . R. Smith (Hanna- 

ford), £1 15s. 

224 George III reviewing his troops, by J. Ward, after Sir W. Beechey (A. Davis), 

£i. 

225 Captain Alexander Sinclair Gordon, by A. Cardon, after A. W. Devis, in 

colours (Spencer), £6. 

226 Admiral Lord Nelson, by T. Burke (Sabin), £1 4s. 

227 The Earl of St. Vincent, published by J. Jenkins, in colours (Maggs), £2 14s. 

228 Lord Lynedock, by W. Fry, after Wright, open-letter proof ; and Lord HiU, 

after W. Heath, both in colours (Maggs), £2. 

229 Sir H. Clinton ; and Lord Beresford, published by J. Jenkins, both in colours, 

open-letter proofs (Parker), £2 los. 

230 Sir Thomas Picton, after W. Heath ; and George IV, published by J. Jenkins, 

both in colours (Robson), £2. 

231 Alexander I of Russia ; WiUiam Frederick King of Prussia ; and Prince of 

Orange ; published by J. Jenkins, all in colours (Maggs), £4. 
•232 Equestrian portrait of a dragoon officer, mezzotint, proof before any letters 
(RiraeU). £4 2S. 6d. 



234 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

233 Pope Pius VI blessing General Sir George Brown and the officers of the i2tb 

Prince of Wales' Light Dragoons, by S. W. Reynolds, after J. Northcote, 
proof before letters (A. Davis), £15. 

234 Major-General Phillips, Commander in America, by V. Green, after F. Cotes 

(Edwards), £12 los. 
233 Sir Robert Thomas Wilson, by W. Ward, after K. W. PickersgUl ; and Colonel 
Sir Henry Sullivan, by W. Bond, after H. Edridge (Parker), £4 4s. 

236 General Sir Charles Asgill, by C. Turner, after T. Phillips ; and Colonel Robert 

Buchanan Dunlop, by the same, after J. Jackson, both etched letter proofs 
(Breun) £1 15s. 

237 Colonel Richard Bingham, by J. Young, after C. Bestland (Robson), £1. 

238 Lieut.-General Don, by S. W. Reynolds, after C. G. Dillon ; and Colonel 

J. Hanson, by G. CUnt, after C. Allingham (Parker), £2. 

239 Colonel Sir John Ligonier, by P. Tanje, after J. Fournier ; and General Sir 

George Nugent, by R. Woodman, after J. Dowim:ian (Parker), £2. 

240 The Marquis of Huntley, by H. Meyer, after J. Jackson, open-letter proof; 

and Major-General Sir George Bingham, by W. J. Ward, after H. W. 
PickersgiU, proof before all letters (Parker), £3. 

241 General Sir Charles ColviUe, by G. T. Payne, after Sir H. Raeburn, proof with 

facsimile autograph ; Sir Denis Pack, by C. Turner, after Saunders ; and Sir 
R. Ferguson, proof before all letters (Parker), £3. 

242 Lieut.-General Bowater, by W. Ward, after T. Kirby, cut ; Frederick WiUiam 

Duke of Brunswick, by Meyer, after Zahn, open-letter proof ; and An, 
Indian prince in officer's uniform, after Mrs. Ross (Parker), £8 5s. 
Drawings by T. Rowlandson. 

243 The harvestman's return home, in water colours (Robson), £10. 

244 The maid of all work, in water colours (Parsons), £4. 

245 The toper, in water colours (Meatyard), £1 los. 

246 The mistress and maid, in water colours (Meatyard), £4 4s. 

247 Thieves stealing fruit from shop window, in water colours (Maggs), £2. 

248 Rustic courtship, in water colours (Maggs), £1 los. 

249 The disadvantage of not being tall in water colours (Maggs), £1 r8s. 

250 The gossips ; and Going to the hospital, both in pen and ink (Maggs), £1 14s 

251 HaymaVdng ; and Sawyers at work, both in pen and ink (Maggs), £1 6s. 

Engravings by and after T. Rowtlandson. 
Mostly aquatints in colours, etc. 

252 Grog on board ; and Tea on shore, a pair, aquatints, in colours (Rimell), 

£4 5S- 

253 House breakers ; and Damp sheets, by T. Malton, a pair, aquatints, in colours 

(BraU), £2. 

254 Smuggling in ; and Smuggling out, by Schultz, a pair, aquatints, in colours 

(Maggs), £3. 

255 Studious gluttons, by S. Aiken ; and Disappointed epicures, both aquatints, 

in colours (Yeulett), £2 2S. 

256 Bookseller and author ; and Manager and spouter, by H. Brocas, a pair, aqua- 

tints, in colours (Rimell), £2. 

257 An English family; and an Italian family, by S. Aiken, a pair, aquatints, in 

colours (BraU), £3 5s. 

258 Fox-hunting: The chase, aquatint, in colours (Rimell), £2 bs. 

259 Cries of London : " Hot cross buns," and " Do you want any brickdust ? " 

both in colours ; and Buy my goose, by Mercke, in brown, all aquatints 
(Spencer), £3 3s. 



Sotheby's.] March 20 and 23, 1914. 235 

260 Four o'clock in town ; and Aboard the Margate Hoy, both aquatints, in 

colours (Rimell), £2 los. 

261 French barracks ; and the hazards table, both aquatints, in colours (Rimell), 

£4 5S. 

262 The consultation and The convocation, by S. Aiken, a pair ; Botheration, 

by the same ; and The tithe pig, all aquatints, in colours (Spencer), £2. 

263 Comforts of Bath, nine aquatints, in colours (Brail), £$. 

264 The brewer's dray ; Coach preparing to start ; a farrier's shop ; Coaches 

outside an inn ; and two others, aquatints, in colours, six on three plates 
(Rimell), £2 los. 

265 The pea cart ; Ha>Tnakers ; Waggoners refreshing at an inn ; and the Half- 

way house, aquatints, in colours (Brail), £2. 
26S The high-mettled racer, by T. Hassell, three of a set, aquatints, one in colours 
(Spencer), £4. 

269 Soldiers recreating ; soldiers marching ; and Soldiers attending Divine service, 

by Schutz, aquatints, in colours (Rimell), £3 los. 

270 Expedition, or military fly ; The awkward squad, or enraged sergeant ; 

The horse armoury in the Tower ; and England invaded, or Frenchman 
naturalised, aquatints, in colours (W. Daniell), £2 los. 

276 A view in Regent's Park, 1831 ; and A view in Whitehapel road, 1630, a pair, 

aquatints, in colours (Brail), £12 los. 

277 View of the PiccadUly or Hyde Park Comer turnpike, by Dagoty, aquatint, 

in colours (\V. Sabin), £g 5s. 

278 Entrance from Mile End or Whitechapel turnpike, by Schutz, aquatint in 

colours (W.. Sabin), £7. 
283 Battle of Waterloo, proof before all letters, aquatint, in colours (W. Daniell), 

£2. 
285 Viev/s on the field of Waterloo, etc., by C. Turner, after Captain Jones, seven 

coloured aquatints, with frontispieec, and one duplicate uncoloured, 

bound (Walker Gallery), £8 5s. 
290 The battle of Salamanca, by G. Lewis, after J. A. Atkinson, aquatint, in 

colours (Robson), £5 15s. 
29r Two impressions of the same plate, one in colours (Robson), £13. 

292 The battle of the Pyrenees, by H. Moses, after J. M. Wright, aquatint, in 

colours (RimeU), £9 5s. 

293 Drawing : The battle of Vimiera, by J. A. Atkinson, in pen and ink and sepia 

wash (Edwards), £9. 

294 The taking of Quebec, published by R. Wilkinson & Bowles & Carver (W. 

Sabin), £9. 

295 His Majesty (George III) reviewing his troops on Blackheath, by R. Pollard, 

after W. Mason, aquatint (Harvey), £2 los. 

296 Views of the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich ; and The Royal Artillery 

Barracks, Woolwich, by R. Havell and Son, after Major Cockbum, a pair, 
aquatints, in colours (W. Daniell), £2 los. 

297 Views of the Royal ArtiUery Barracks, Woolwich, and The Royal Military 

Cadets' Academy, Woolwich, by T. Fielding, after G. Robson, a pair, 
aquatints, in colours (W. Daniell), £1 6s 
300 The presentation of the medals and clasps to the Bombay Fusiliers, by J. 
Harris, after H. Martens, aquatint, in colours (Edwards), £4 7s. 6d. 

MEZZOTINTS. 

305 Morland, G., A'isit to the child at nurse, by W. Ward (W. Sabin), £16 los. 



236 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

•306 Sir Joshua Reynolds as president of the Royal Academy, by V. Green, after 
himself (Groves), £4. 

307 Rembrandt, The shipbuilder and his wife, by C. H. Hodges (Brail), £4. 

FRENCH LINE ENGRAVINGS. 
R. Nanteuil. 

308 Francois, Bishop Bosquet {R. D. 44) (Harkness), £2 5s. 

309 Jacques, Marquis de Castelnau [R. D. 58) (Harkness), £2 15s. 

310 Jules Paul Lionne {R. D. 147), first state (Groves), £2 los. 

311 Bernard de la Foix {R. D. 91), second state (Groves), £1. 

312 Michael le Tellier {R. D. 128), second state (Dodd), £2. 

313 Michael le Tellier {R. D. 135), second state (Jackson), £1 15s. 

314 Dominicus de Ligny {R. D. 145) (McDonald), £2. 

315 Perefixe de Beaumont {R. D. 212), second state (Hampson), £r 14s. 

316 Cardinal de Richelieu {R. D. 218), second state (Hampson), £2 15s. 

317 Henry de la Tour d'Auvergne, Vicomte de Turenne (R. D. 232), (Hampson)^ 

£1 5S. 



318 Schuppen, P. Van, Marquis de Louvois, first state (Jacque), £r. 
320 Masson, A., Pierre Dupuis (McDonald), £2. 



323 Baudouin, P. A., La sentinelle en defaut, and L'Epouse indiscrete, by N. 

de Launay, a pair, proofs before the dedication (Roberts), £3. 

324 Baudouin, P. A., another pair of the same, in print state (Hopwood), £7 ids. 

325 Baudouin, P. A., Le Coucher de la Mariee, by J. M. Moreau and J. B. Simonet 

(Harris), £9. 

326 Baudouin, P. A., Les Amants surpris, by P. P. Choffard (Harris), £3 ids. 

327 La petite Therese, by J. Couche, after P. Caresme (W. Sabin), £6. 

328 Le Mari dupe et content, by Patas, after Le Barbier ; and L'Horoscope Accom- 

plie, by Ponce, after S. Freudeberg (Sanders), £6. 

329 La reconnaissance de Fonrose, by R. de Launay, after E. Aubry (Janeson), 

£2 lOS. 

331 Le trait dangereux, by Poletnich, after F. Boucher (Jameson), £r los. 

332 Interior of a bedroom with figures, in colours, cut to oval (Parkinson), £r 15s. 

333 La douce resistance, by S. Tresca, after L. Boilly (Brail), £5 los. 

334 L'Amant favorise, by A. Chaponnier, after L. Boilly (Brail), £3^ 



March 26, 19 14. Puttick's 

Baxter and Le Blond colour prints. 

LE BLOND COLOUR PRINTS. 
24 The swing (Godwin), £i is. 

Framed. 
29 Snowballing, and The blackberry gatherers, by H. Barber ; signed, ovals, 
a pair, the original paintings from which Le Blond took his prints (Godwin) 
£6. 

72 Temples of Philoe, Egypt, with ce instead of ae (Arnold), £2 5s. 

73 Parhelia (Langdon), £2. 

77 Mosaic pavement at Pitney, co. Somt., 1829 (W. Brown), £2. 
81 Landing of Columbus, fine (Arnold), £1 3s. 
85 Clareraont (Arnold), £r 2S. 



Puttick's.] March 26, 1914. 237 

86 Boy with bird's nest, from New Years' token (W. Brown), £1 4s. 

87 Yes I am come of high degree, from " Tales of the Great and Brave " (Arnold), 

£3 7s. 6d. 

88 Modification of clouds, engraved and printed in oil colours, by G. Baxter, 

29, King Square, London (W. Brown), £3 los. 

89 Virginia Water (Godwin), £1 los. 

92 Temples of Philse, Egypt (Spencer), £3 7s. 6d. 

93 Dovedale (Lewis), £3 12s. 6d. 

94 Duke of Buccleuch's residence at Richmond, cut close (Whitley), £1 17s. 6d. 

95 View near Ilkley, blue line mount, cut close (Langdon), £1 14s. 
97 Claremont, blue line mount, cut close (Sykes), £1 6s. 

PORTRAITS, ETC. 
102 Rev. John We.-.ley, stamped mount (Arnold), £2 ids. 
104 Sir Robert Peel (Lewis 221), stamped mount, and published by permission of 

Messrs. Colnaghi & Co., from the picture by Sir Thos. Lawrence, in red 

(VV. Brown), £3 los. 
no Jetty Treffz, stamped mount (Jordan), £2 4s. 

112 Sir Robert Peel, stamped mount (Eaton), £1 6s. 

113 George Pritchard (Sykes), £1 los. 

115 The Ordinance of Baptism, original mount (Sykes), £2 los. 

117 Queen Victoria, with peculiar head dress (Lewis 209) (Jordan), £r 5s. 

iiS Emperor Napoleon I, stamped mount (Arnold), £4 5s. 

119 Queen Victoria, with hand on table (Lewis 208), from the original picture by 

Partridge, published by permission, in red stamped mount (Arnold), 
£2 15s. 

120 Prince Albert, on blue line mount (Lewis), £1 3s. 

121 Sir Robert Peel, stamped mount (Sykes), £2. 

122 Lord Nelson, stamped mount (Lewis), £3 5s. 

123 Ditto, brown tone, stamped mount (Maskew), £2 15s. 

124 Duke of Wellington, without arm, stamped mount (Lewis), £1 4s. 

125 Napoleon III and Empress Eugenie, stamped mount ( — ), £2 5s. 

126 Prince Frederick Wm. of Prussia, and The Princess Royal, stamped mounts 

a pair ( — ), £6 los. 
130 Sir Robert Peel, and Lord Nelson, stamped mounts (Spencer), £2 17s. 6d. 

132 Napoleon IIL (Lewis 229) (West), 195. 

133 Rev. John Wesley, stamped mount (Hall), £2 4?. 

136 Queen Victoria, with peculiar head dress (Langdon), £1 14s. 

137 Prince Albert in Hussar uniform, stamped mount (W. Brown), £3 3s. 
142 Queen Victoria, stamp in red (Arnold), £1 4s. 

166 First lesson, stamped mount (Godwin), £3. 

167 Fruit, after Lance, a pair, stamped mounts, cut (Arnold), £1 6s. 

168 Grand entrance to the Great exhibition (Lewis 161), stamp in red (Langdon), 

£1 7s. 

172 Great Exhibition, large, interior and exterior, stamped mounts (Jordan), 

£1 IIS. 

173 Dover coast, in sepia, stamped mount (Hall), £3 7s. 6d. 

1S4 Landins of the missionaries at Taranaki, New Zealand (Gould), £3 17s. 6d^ 

196 Abbeville, stamp in red (Lang), £2. 

201 So nice, and So tired, stamped mounts (Sutclifle), £1 los. 

208 Fruit, Nos. i and 2, after Lance, stamped mounts (Lewis), £5 5s. 

209 Greek dance, and The harem, stamped in red (Lewis), £2 15s. 

210 The Tarantella dance, stamp in red (Gould), £1. 



238 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

214 The gleaners, and The hop garden (Spencer), £1 2s. 

217 Shall I succeed, and Morning call (Godwin), £1 10s. 

218 Daughter of the regiment, stamped mount (Lang), £1 14s. 

219 Crossing the brook, stamped mount (Lang), £1 2s. 

220 Hop garden, stamped mount (Arnold), £1 14s. 

221 Flora, stamped mount (Green), £3 15s. 

222 The Andalusians, blue line mount (Lewis), £3 15s. 

225 See-saw Margery Daw, on stamped mount (Jordan), £3 3s. 

226 Shall I succeed, stamp in red (Eaton), £1 is. 

227 So tired, two varieties, stamped mounts (Lews), £1 12s. 

228 Paul and Virginia, small, on blue line mount (Docker), £3 5s. 

229 Paul and Virginia, large stamp in red, (Jordan), i6s. 

230 The reconciliation (Godwin), £4 los. 

232 Winter, large (Curry), £r 15s. 

233 Lake Lucerne (Lewis), £2. 

234 Verona (Kaberry), £1 9s. 

236 Queen Victoria arriving at Kingstown, two varieties (W. DanieU), £1 los. 

238 Returning from prayer, stamped mount (Green), £1 4s. 

239 Puss napping, and Morning caU, stamped mounts (Green), £1 15s. 

240 News from home, and News from Australia, a pair (Hood), £1 2S. 

243 Fruit girl of the Alps (Maskew), £1 2S. 

244 The Bridesmaid (Jordan), £1. 

245 Summer, and Winter, large, a pair (Parkinson), £1 12s. 6d. 

246 A similar lot (Lewis), £3 los. 

249 News from home, and Australia, stamped mounts, a pair (W. Brown), £2 15s. 

250 River scene, Holland, blue line mount (Eaton), £1 los. 

251 Grand entrance to the Great Exhibition, stamp in red' (Green), £1 4s. 

253 Dripping well, Hastings — Lover's seat, Hastings, and Ben Nevis, uncut strip 
(W. Brown), £1 6s. 

255 Landing of Queen Victoria at Kingston, domed print, stamp in red (W. DanieU), 

256 The Queen landing in Ireland, and the Queen and family on board the Royal 

yacht, stamped mounts (W. Daniel!) , £3 5s. 

258 Copper, your honour, two varieties, stamped mounts (Lewis), £2. 

259 Winter, small, stamp in red, and Summer, small (Lewis), £2 2S. 

260 The Andalusians, blue line mount (Docker), £3 15s. 

261 Come pretty robin, two varieties, stamped mounts (Lewis), £3 5s. 

262 Returning from prayer, stamped mount (Parkinson), £1 6s. 

263 Funeral of Duke of Wellington, two varieties, stamped mounts (Gould), 

£1 I2S. 

264 Launch of the Trafalgar, tint print (Belchem), £3 7s. 6d. 

265 Review of British fleet at Portsmouth (W. Daniel!) , £1 6s. 

266 St. Bernard dogs (Parkinson), £3 5s. 

267 Gardener's shed (Green), £1 2S. 6d. 

268 Hollyhocks (Green), £1 4s. 

270 Ordinance of Baptism (Green), £2 15s. 

271 Day before marriage, stamped mount (Lewis), £3. 

272 Love's letter box (Sykes), £2 8s. 

273 St. Bernard dogs (Belchem), £2 15s. 

274 Opening of Parliament, and Coronation of Queen Victoria, in sepia (Lewis), £6. 

275 The bridesmaid (Spencer), 17s. 6d. 

276 Hollyhocks, and Gardener's shed (Jordan), £1 12s. 



Puttick's.] March 26, 1914. 239 

277 Wreck of the Reliance, (Parkinson), £1. 

278 Love's letter box (W. Brown), £2 12s. 6d. 

279 Indians reposing (Parkinson), £1 6s. 

280 Ditto (Jordan), £1 3s. 

MUSIC. 
285 Prince of Wales on Prince of Wales' galop, cover only (Belchem), £2. 

289 Paul and Virginia, large, complete (Jordan), £1 2s. 

290 Princess Royal, full length, on cut music cover (Godwin), £x irs. 

292 Landing of Queen Victoria in Ireland, cover only, (Gould) £1 7s, 

293 Prince of Wales in uniform, complete (Jordan), £2 12s. 6d. 

Framed. 

294 The launch of the Trafalgar, in colours (Lewis), £46. 

295 The large Queen (Spencer), £$ los. 

296 The coronation of Queen Victoria (Green), £g los. 

297 Sir Robert Peel, without finger, stamped mount (Parkinson), £1 9s. 

302 Opening of Parliament, and Coronation of Queen Victoria, in original frames, 

varnished, a pair (Lewis), £i6. 

303 The first impression, large ( — ), £z 2S. 
303A Belle of the village (Parkinson), £1. 

310 The belle of .the village (Godwin), £1. 

311 Hollyhocks, and The gardener's shed (C: Lev/is), £3 5s. 

312 Indians reposing (Jordan), £1 9s. 

313 The bridesmaid, stamped mormt (Godwin), £2 los. 

315 Hollyhocks (Parkinson), £1 15s. 

316 Short change, and Stolen pleasures, a pair (Jordan), £4 4s. 

317 Prince Albert, and Queen Victoria, stamped mounts, a pair (Jordan), £1 6s. 



March 26 and 27, 1914. Sotheby's. 

Drawings in Wash and in Colours, Engravings, and 
Etchings, the property of the late Sir Charles Robinson, 
C.B., F.S.A. 

ENGRAVINGS. 
Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

16 Portrait of the artist, by J. Watson (Parsons), £1 12s. 

17 Miss H. Powell, by R. Houston (Matthew), £1. 

18 Dr. Johnson, by W. Doughty (Brail), £2 7s. 6d. 

ig Lady Anne Dawson, by J. McArdell (A. Davis), £1 los. 

20 Richard Burke, by J. Ward (Matthew), £2 5s. 
20 A Mrs. Abington, by J. Watson (Brail), £4 ros. 

20B Lady Sarah Bunbury, by E. Fisher (Brail), £2 2S. 
20c Mrs. Carnac, by J . R. Smith (Harper), £6 los. 

21 F. Walker, Two boys playing a game, drawing in Indian ink. 

22 GainsbiDrough, Moonlight scene : Man driving horse and cart, with sheep in 

hilly landscape, drawn in Indian ink on blue paper heightened with white 
(RimeU), £3 5s. 

DRAWINGS. 

23 Rowlandson, Captain Squander, Bang up to the mark (Spencer), £2 los. 
■24. Rolwandson, Dr. Syntax : Interior with figures descending a grand staircase 

and table set for dinner (Spencer), £2. 



240 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

25 Garrick between tragedy and comedy, by E. Fisher, after Sir J. Re>Tioldi 

(Jenkinson), £1 15s. 

26 Children of Walter Synnot, by J. R. Smith, after J. Wright of Derby ; and 

Girl and pigs, by R. Earlom, after T. Gainsborough (Jenldnson), £13. 

30 Night ; and Noon, by Bartolozzi, after W. Hamilton (Spencer), £3 5s. 

45 Edridge, H., Abbey Church, St. Ouen, pencil — 17 X 12 (Parker), £4 7s. 6d. 

48 Glover, John, Swiss landscape — 6 x S (Richardson), £2. 

51 Goodwin, Albert, The pilgrims, 21 X 25 (Moreau), £15. 

52 Goodwin, Albert, Hastings — 11 x 18 (James), £4. 

53 Goodwin, Albert, Pompeii — 10 x 13 (Norris), £1 los. 

54 Goodwin, Albert, Whitby — 10 x 14 (Norris), £2 15s. 

55 Hale, Classical figrure subject — Gouache drawing, fan-shaped — 7 X 20 (James), 

£3. 

OIL PAINTINGS. 

61 Hodson, S. J., Street scene at Siena — 15 X 10^ (Dr. Major), £3. 

63 Hole, William, The Transfiguration — 14 x 10 ; and The burial — 14 X 11 

(Parkin), £2. 

64 Hughes, E. R., Celia, red chalk — 28 X 21 (Sanderson), £1 los. 

DRAWINGS. 

65 Leech, John, A passage in life ; "Oh ! dear, who be amiss?" ; "Oh ! cabman, 

have you got a good horse ? " ; Down with the league ; four frames, con- 
taining twenty-five sketches in pencil (Spencer), £8. 

66 Leech, John, Design for side scenes ; The young officer ; " Well, boy, what does 

Mr. Snip say ? " : The volunteer regiment ; four frames containing twenty- 
nine sketches in pencil (Spencer), £8. 

68 Leighton, Sir F., Study of a female figure, crayon — 15.V X 5k (Dr. Major), 

£r- 

69 Lewis, J., Convent at Mount Sinai — r5 X 21 ; and Mackenzie, St. Paul's and 

Westminster, two pencil drawings in one frame (Groves), £1 15s. 
73 Millais, Sir J. E., A study of a girl, pencil, 8J x 5* (Richardson), £1 2S. 

77 Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., Study of a draped female figure, green chalk — 

17 X 9i (Parkinson), £1 i8s. 

78 Prout, S., Venice, pencil — 14^ X 10 ; and Blocldiouse, Calais (Bro\vn), £6 6s. 

79 Sandys, P., Selene, — 20 X 17 (Spencer), £5. 

80 Saltfleet, Frank, Racing home, 10 X 14 ; and Dockside, Whitby (Major),, 

£1 14s. 

81 Saltfleet, Frank, Whitby harbour — 13 X 19 ; and Scotch keels — 14 X 20 

(G. E. Lewis), £2 2S. 

82 Severn, Arthur, The silent pool — 9 X 11 ( ), £1. 

87 Whistler, J. McNeil, Building across a river, pencil sl<etch — 8 x 10 ^ (Parsons), 

£3- 

88 WyUie, C. W., Limehouse, oil painting — 17 X 31 (W. Sabin), £4. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

89 George the Third hunting in Windsor Park ; and companion print, by Dubourg, 

after Pollard, aquatint, coloured; and The earth stopper stopped (VV. 

Sabin), £19 los. 
00 Innocent revenge ; and Innocent mischief, by C. Josi, after R. Westall, in 

colour (Spencer), £24. 
91 Soldier and the maid, by Bartolozzi, after W. Lawrenson ; and Lady weepin? 

at a tomb, ovals, in colour; and Plenty, small oval, in colour (W. Sabin>. 

£6 los. 



Sotheby's.] March 26 and 27, 1914. 241 

93 Duchess of Devonshire, by F. Bartolozzi, after Lady Beauclerc, ia colour 

(BraU), £2. 

94 Linen industry in Ireland, a set of twelve plates illustrating the cultivation of 

the flax and manufacture of linen, W. Hicks delin. et sculp. (Jackson), 

£11 los. 
100 Muscipula, by J. Jones ; and The bird, by J. Dean, after Reynolds (David), 

jf4 15s. 
loi Mrs. Merry, by A. Cardon, after R. Cosway, proof, face and hands printed in 

colour (Sanderson), £11. 
113 Raebum, Sir H., Lord Newton, by C. Turner, open-letter proof, framed (Agnew), 

£120. 
121 Lieut. Riddell (Grenadier Guards), by Bartolozzi, after Downman (RimeU), 

£2 8s. 
128 General Washington, by Heath, after Stuart (Hannaford), £1 14s. 
135 Serjeant Gould, by Jany, after Watson (RimeU), £1 12s. 



March 27, 1914, Christie's. 

Pictures, the property of S. W. Widdowson, Esq., 
Beeston Hall, Beeston, Notts ; the property of the late 
J. S. Inglis, Esq., of New York City, U.S.A. ; also Pictures 
and Water Colour Drawings from various sources. 



Property of S. W. Widdowson, Esq., of Beeston Hall, 
Beeston, Notts. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 EUis, Edwin, i86g, Country lane with sheep ; and Common scene, sunset, 

a pair — 3J x 5i (Innes), £4 14s. 6d. 

2 EUis, Edwin, Ruined castle on the coast ; and Nottingham Park and Castle, 

(Permain), £5 5s. 

3 Hunt, W., Bottle and still life ; and Nottingham Castle, by J. Glover (MuUer), 

£4 4S. 

4 Lingelbach, J., Column of Marcus Antonius, Rome, with peasants and animals 

—10 X 8 (Alfred), £15 15s. 

5 Macdougal, J., 1880, Criccieth Castle, North Wales — 16 X 28J (Bowden), 

£2 2S. 

6 Meijer, H., 1773, Landscape, with an old cottage, figures, and sheep — lo x 14I 

(Alfred), £13 2S. 6d. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

7 Queen Victoria in coronation robes — 32 x 23 (Pearson), £3 13s. 6d. 

8 Chambers, G., 1830, Shipping off a seaport — 24^ X 29} (Paris), £6 6s. 

9 Ellis, Edwin, Flowers in a silver bowl — 29J X 24I (Permain), £15 15s. 

10 Ellis, Edwin, Bay scene, with figures landing fish — 17^ X 31* (Permain), 

£11 IIS. 

11 Ellis, Edwin, Off the Cornish coast — 17J X 31^ (Permain), £14 14s. 

12 Noble, J. S., Death of the otter— 39 x 50 (Mitchell), £27 6s. 

13 Patten, A. F., 1888, Claiming acquaintance —35 X 37i (Paris), £3 _^s. 



242 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

14 Pott, Laslett J., General George Washington at the battle of Yorktown — 

48 X 27J (Lasleth), £17 17s. 

15 Pyne, T., 1875, The Tiber, with the Castle of Saint Angelo ; and Lady in an 

apartment (Tollemache), £5 5s. 

16 Shayer, W., sen., Peasants with pony, cows and sheep in a landscape — 29^ X 

40 (Gooden & Fox), £71 8s. 

17 Vickers, A., 1856, The Thames at Erith — 15^ X 23I (Agnew), £60 iSs. 

i8 Wainwright, T. M., View in Surrey, with sheep — 24 X 35J (Mitchell), jfr7 17s. 

19 Webb, J., Heidelberg — 23J X 41* (Paris), £14 14s. 

20 Webb, J., 1866, A calm ; A squall ; and Moonlight, three in one frame — 

5f- X 9I (Phelps), £13 2S. 6d. 

21 Wintz, G., The flock— 51 x 76 (Paris), £6 6s. 

OLD PICTURES. 

22 The gardens of a mansion, with church and figures — 27-J X 35 (Cox), £22 is. 

23 Baptiste, J., Flowers in a vase — 25 X sgj (Leslie), £23 2s. 

24 Bergh, G. de. Fruit on a table — 24J X 29J (Cox), £6 i6s. 6d. 

25 Defassin, Pastureland, with cattle, sheep and figures — 38 X 50 (Collings), 

£5 5S. 
- 26 Dutch School. Still life and books, on a table covered with a Turkey carpet — 
34 X 33J (Parsons), £13 2S. 6d. 

27 Francks, F., Acts of charity, panel — 19 X 25 (Wintemitz), £9 9s. 

28 Kneller, Duchess of Marlborough in robes, holding a coronet — 49 X 39 (Paris), 

£12 I2S. 

29 Le Brun, Moses assisting the daughters of Jethro at the well — 41 X 33^ 

(Florence), £11 iis. 

30 Mola, P. F., The Annunciation — 62 X 46 (Carfax), £15 15s. 

31 Molenaer, Interior of a tavern with company merrymaking — 25 X 31} 

(Streletskie), £32 iis. 

32 Oosterwyck, M. van. Flowers in a sculptured vase — 37I X 27J (Huggins), 

£32 IIS. 

33 Rubens School. Madonna of Saint George, panel — 37 X 48 (Streletskie), 

£12 I2S. 

34 Sartorius, W., Fruit and dead birds — 38 x 51 (Collings), £8 8s. 

35 Sartorius, W., A dead turkey and vegetables, signed, and dated 1727 — 494 X 

39J (Cox), £3 13s. 6d. 

36 Treschler, J., Flowers in a terra-cotta vase, panel — 214 X 15 (Saunders), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

37 Victoryns, A., Interiors, with peasants carousing and singing, a pair, panel — 

Si X 12 (Leger), £8 8s. 

38 Vos, M. de. Allegorical figures near a fountain, panel — 20-J X 30 (Streletskie), 

£13 2s. 6d. 

39 De Wet, J., Queen of Sheba sending presents to King Solomon^ — ^27 X 32 

(Parsons), £54 12s. 

40 Zoest, Gentleman in brown and red dress with white cravat, oval — 29J X 24J 

(P. Moore), £7 17s. 6d. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

41 Collier, T., On the Thames— 12 X 20 (Bowden), £16 i6s. 

42 Collier, T., Sunset on the Rothcr — iij x 20 (Bowden), £16 i6s. 

43 Hine, H. G., 1872, Eastbourne beach— 10} X 18J (Permain), £9 gs. 

44 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1890, Secrets— 13I X I7i (Paris), £5 5s. 



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45 Sandys, F., Mrs. Wreford Paddon, in white dress trimmed with lace — 29^- x 

21 J (Amor), £5 5S. 

46 Sandys, F., Miss Eva M. S. Paddon wearing a wliite fur collar ; and Master 

Stanley S. Wreford Paddon wearing a white frock, a pair — 24 x 20 (Amor), 

47 Orpen, W., A.R.A., 1905, Meditation, coloured chalk — 13 x loj (Martin), 

/18 i8s. 

48 Wimperis, E. M., 1897, Landscape with two peasant women near trees — 

14 X 2oi (Agnew), £60 i8s. 

49 Brabazon, H. B., Grand Canal, Venice, after J. M. \V. Turner, R.A. — 8 x 12 

(French), £8 8s. 

50 Brabazon, H. B., The Tcmcrairs being towed to her last mooring, after 

J. M. W. Turner, R.A. —5* X 7i (ToUemache), £8 8s. 

51 Bach, Guido, 1866, Italian mother and child — 19 by 14 (Cassell), £3 15s. 6d. 

52 Moore, H., R.A., 1868, Moorland pasturage — iij X i7i (Paris), £2 12s. 6d. 

53 Moore, H., R.A., i885. The Needles from Totland Bay — 7} x iif (Lewers), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

54 Thome-Waite, R., Changing pastures — loj X 14-f (Bowden), £13 13s. 

55 Collier, T., On the moors — lo^ X 15J (Gee), £26 5s. 

56 Collier, T., Witley Common — 9i X 13! (Gee), £10 los. 

57 Girtin, T., Ypres Tower, Rye, — 7I X iiJ (Falser), £33 12s. 

58 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Boxhill from Norbury Park — 10 x 14! (Benjcmiin), 

£136 lOS. 

59 Legros, A., 1898, Hercules and the Centaur, silver point — 9^Xi2j- (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £6 i6s. 6d. 

60 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., River scene, with peasant and sheep — 14!^ x loj- 

(Jones), £4 14s. 6d. 

E. M. Wimperis. 

61 Harlech Castle — 13 x 2oi (Wimperis), £27 6s. 

62 Near Slindon — 13 x 20 (Agnew), £33 12s. 

63 Snowdon from the Llugwy — 11 X 17* (Bowden), £22 is. 

64 Haddon Hall ; and A sunny river (Bowden), £34 13s. 

65 Cattle going home ; and The bend of the river (Agnew), £32 iis. 

66 Welsh Moorland, 1874 I an<i -A- pebbly brook, 1886 (Bowden), £35 14s. 

67 Dartmoor ; and A rough road (Mullen), £5 5s. 

68 Blommers, B. J., Preparing the meal — 10 x 14 (Hunt), £89 5s. 

PICTURES. 

69 Bonvin, F., 1878, Still life, panel — iii X 7\ (Agnew), £52 ros. 

70 Bonvin, F., 1882, Herrings on a gridiron — 9 x 12J (Paterson), £17 173. 

71 Boudin, E., 18S2, Eftet du Matin— 15 x 2ii (Wallis), £47 5s. 

72 Fantin-Latour, H., 1874, Dahlias in a blue vase — 19 X 17} (Colnaghi and 

Obach), £252. 

73 Lawson, Cecil G., Farm by a river, panel — 5 X 9 (Gooden & Fox), £11 iis. 

74 Wimperis, E. M., Bettws-y-Coed Church--8J X i2j- (Wimperis), £16 i6s. 

75 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., Glimpse of the Valley of Etoile, from Longpre, 

afternoon — 31J x 39^ (Jones), £10 los. 

76 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., Near Bushey— 16J X 22 (Jones), £7 17s. 6d. 

77 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., At Burley Mill— i6i X 22* (Jones), £3 3s. 

78 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., John, fourth Duke of AthoU, in peer's robe? — 49^ x 

39i (Jones), £11 us. 

79 Danby, F., A.R.A., The Parson and Clerk Rocks, Teignmouth, suuset — 

29J X 4ii (Maitland), £13 13s. 



244 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

80 Arnald, G., A.R.A., View in Lincolnshire — 24J X 354 (Carey), £10 los. 

81 Faed, T., R.A., 1874, The statute fair — 39 x 28J (Sampson), £34 12s. 

82 Ansdell, R., R.A., 1878, The forester's pets— 24^ X 30 (Paris), £39 i8s. R.A., 

1878. 

83 Farquharson, D., A.R.A., 1894, Kilchurn Castle — 19J X 29J (Mitchell,) 

£10 tos. 

84 Koekkoek, B. C, 1845, A forest stream, with cattle — 34J X 28J (Smith), 

£52 lOS. 

85 Dobson, W. C. T., R.A., 1873, Minding goats— 36 X 29 (Paris), £16 i6s. 

86 Hunter, Colin, A.R.A., i88g, Saw-mill on the Nake — 4rJ x 3ii (C. Joseph), 

£14 14s. 

87 Hunter, Colin, A.R.A., 1892, Highland river — 24J X 43i (C. Joseph), £12 125. 

88 Clark, S. J., 1879, Through the lanes — 36 X 60 (Levy), £4 4s. 

89 Beers, Jan van, The fruit-seller, panel — 12J X 9 (Lowers), £4 14s. 6d. 

go King, Haynes, Waiting on the quay, Whitby, panel — 11 x 8J (Mitchell), 
£5 5S. 

91 Semenowsky, E., 1886, In the studio, panel — 22J X gf (Mullen), £4 4s. 

92 Oliver, W., Blonde, panel — 11^ X SJ (MuUen), £2 12s. 6d. 

93 Conder, C, On the seashore — 13J X 19 (Healing), £25 4s. 

94 Conder, C, Australian landscape, blue gum trees — 14I x 21 (Sampson), 

£5 5S. 

95 Graham, Peter, R.A., 1896, The close of day — 50 X 67 (Wallis), £420. R.A., 

1896. 

96 Lawson, Cecil G., 1880, The voice of the cuckoo — 66 x 94 (Cole), £89 5s. 

97 Leon Y. Escosura, Cavalier in Van Dyck costume, panel — loj X 7i (Cox), 

£19 19s. 

98 Southgate, Frank, Whimbrells— 15^ x 23^ (Dale), £3 3s. 

99 Morgan, Fred, Waggon and horses — 35 x 50 (Parkes), £89 5s. R.A., 1913. 
100 Morgan, Fred, Sweet lavender — 32 X 2r^ (Mullen), £29 8s. 

loi Haas, J. H. L. de. Cattle in a pasture, panel — 12 X 18 (Wallis), £16 i6s. 

102 Camprian, A., The flock— iii X 18 (Paris), £3 3s. 

103 Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., 1883, Llyn-yr-Adar, or the Adder's Pool, Carnarvonshire 

—47 X 65* (Viccar;), £8 i8s. 6d. R.A. 1883 

104 Weber, Paul, 1875, The watering place — 20 x 35 (Lindlar), £16 16s. 

105 Bisson, E., 1895, Love's orchard — 30 X 21 (Mullen), £16 i6s. 

106 Lambinet, E., 1857, Haytime, panel — 14! X 20J (Vicars), £65 2S. 

107 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1857, Summer time — 27 X 35 (Mullen), £33 12s. 

109 Vickers, A., Common scene, with cottages and peasants, panel — 8J X 13J 

(Permain), £7 7s. 

110 Eraser, Alex., The peep-show — 18 x 14} (Carey), £3 3s. 

111 Shayer, W., sen., The pump — 28 X 23 (Gooden & Fox), £58 i6s. 

112 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., The pet rabbit— 35^ X 27! (Harter), £399. 

A letter from Miss Millais was sold with the picture. 
H3 Campotosto, H., On the bank of the river, panel ; and Interior with dead 
game, by W. Cruickshank, 1890, a water-colour on ivory (Osborn), £3 3S« 
rr4 Schmalz, Herbert, Iphigenia, panel — 13 x 9 (Agnew), £27 6s. 

115 Smith, George, Into the cold world panel — 9} x 13*^ (Nash), £4 4s. 

116 Haag, J. P., The story book, panel — 10 X 8| (Nash), £2 2S. 

117 Serres, Antony, Caught in the act ; and It's very cold, a pair, panel — 13 X 

loi (Paris), £5 gs. 
ii8 Frith, W. P., R.A., "Faithful remembrances of one so dear" — Cowper — 
i7i X i4i (Paris), £12 12s. 



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119 Cotman, Barges on a river, sunset — 17 x 23^ (Callard), £17 17s. 

120 Serra, Enrique, The enchanted lake — 15J X 31! (Brash), £6 6s. 

121 Kever, W., Carnations in a blue jar — 17 x 19 (Knowles), £27 6s. 

122 Andrews, H., The wedding — 32J X 45 (Leger), £8 8s. 

123 Hunt, Walter, 1891, Sour grapes — 494 x agi (Fraser), £2r. 

124 Linnell, J., sen., 1831, Mrs. Thomas Young, in brown dress with white lace 

cap, seated, panel — i2i X 9i (Brooks), £15 15s. 

125 Leader, B. W., R.A., Among the Welsh hills — 15 x 23J (Justice), £16 i6s. 

126 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1S80, Worcestershire homestead — 13} X i7i (Ford), 

£18 i8s. 

127 Lucas, J. Seymour, R.A., 1S81, Helping himself — gf x 7j (Sampson), £7 17s. 6d. 

128 Hill, J. J., The gleaner— 17 x isi (Burton), £5 5s. 

129 Boudin, E., Fisherfolk on the beach, Granville — iij X 22 (Amor), £27 6s. 

130 McDonald, J. B., R.S.A., Glen Sannox, Arran — 27J x 35! (Paris), £3 3s. 

131 Brown, W. Beattie, R.S.A., 1885, In the deer forest, Fannich, Ross-shire — 

24i X 35i (Brash), £7 7s. 

132 Adam, J. Denovan, R.S.A., Highland cattle, Loch Awe — 24^ x 30 (Brash), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

133 Ladell, E., Fruit and still life — gj X 12 (Collings), £5 15s. 6d. 

134 Vickers, A., Beddgelert — 10 x 14 (Paris), £2 12s. 6d. 

135 Wyngaerdt, A. J., Near Haarlem, panel — 9 X 14 (Amor), £4 4s. 

136 Perigal, A., R.S.A., On the Teviot— 8} x 13J (Thompson), £4 14s. 6d. 

137 Burr, J., 1881, The belle of the ballet— i6i x 14 (Crome), £1 is. 

138 Collier, T., 18S6, Welsh moorland— 10 X 13^ (Gooden & Fox), £29 8s. 

139 Cox, D., In Dolwyddelan Valley — ^14 X i7i (Hope), £9 gs. 

140 Hudson, R., Dead snipe ; and Dead birds, a pair — gj x 8 (Grose), £1 is. 

141 Hudson, R., jun., 1878, Highland cottages ; and Highland loch, a pair — 

9i X 13* (Crome), £3 3s. 

142 Jutsum, H., River scene with bridge and two children — 13 x 17 (Paris), 

£5 5S. 

143 Kite, J. Milner, 18S4, Edge of the wood ; and Sherwood Forest, by R. Hudson, 

jun. — (Moore), £2 2S. 

144 McCulloch, H., R.S.A., Highland scene, with deer, by Sir E. Landseer, R.A., 

— i4i X 2oi (Kindermann), £12 12s. 

145 Noble, J. S., Exercising the fox-hounds — 15J x iij (Walhs), £6 i6s. 6d. 



Property of the late J. S. Inglis, Esq., New York City, 
U.S.A. 

DRAWINGS. 

146 Houten, Mesdag van, The Pool ; and Coast scenes, by W. F. Vallance, 1876, 

a pair (Rutley), £2 12s. 6 . 

147 Lessore, Jules, Mechlin Cathedral — 13^ X 10 (Permain), £4 4s. 

148 Neuhuys, J., Fishing-boat— 13* x g| (Wallis), £2 2S. 

PICTURES. 

149 Bacon, Henry, 1873, The option — 37J X 50J (Paris), £10 ids. 

150 Bonvin, F., Still life — 14 x 19 (Wallis), £7 7s. 

151 Diaz, N., Study of a tree — 21 x 16J (Wallis), £7 7s. 

152 Diaz, N., In the forest — 8J x loj (Amor), £2 2S. 

153 Etty, W., R.A., The evening star, panel — 27i X 21 (Wallis), £5 5s. 

154 Gericaiilt, J. L. T., Horses— 15^ x 37i (C. Davis), £44 2s. 

155 Manciui, A., The fan — 29! X 24! (Wallis), £65 2S. 



246 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

156 Maratti, Christ in the house of Martha ; and The salutation, a pair — 103 x 

68i (A. Cubitt), £11 IIS. 

157 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., 1872, Mrs. Heugh seated — 47 x 20^ (Sampson), 

£346 IDS. R.A., 1873. 

158 Monticelli — The horseman, panel — 17 x 15 (Moore), £5 5s. 

159 More, Anthony, View at Tivoli, with travelling figures and animals, unframed — - 

95* X 65* (Schroeder), £16 i6s. 

160 School of Rembrandt. Head of a man, oval — 25^- X 21 (Harries), £10 los. 

161 Richter, E., 1873, The new gown — 25^ x 21 (Paris), £5 5s. 

162 Roybet, F., Returning from the chase — 35J X 26^ (Harries), £7 7s. 

163 Ruysdael, J. van, A waterfall — 41 x 32J (Harries), £136 los. 

164 Whistler, Study in black — 15J x 12^ (Wallis), £115 los. 



March 27, 1914. Puttick's. 

Engravings, Etcliings, etc. 

44 The Farings and companion, by Eginton, after Wheatley, a pair, cut (Jones), 

£3 5S. 
70 The basket makers, by J. Barker, after Wheatley, oval, proof before letters 

(PoUard), £3 5s. 
80 Oxford High Street, by J. W. Eddy, aquatint (Pollard), £2 los. 
102 Marie Antoinette, Queen of France and Navarre, by R. Sayer, mezzotint 

(Sotheran), £1 8s. 

104 The wayside inn, by E. Chiquet, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed remarque 

artist's proof, on vellum (Slade), £1 14s. 

105 Sunshine of love, by Samuel Cousins, after Raoux, mezzotint (Williamson), 

£1 17s. 6d. 

106 Provost's House, Dublin, by James Malton, aquatint, in colours (Pollard), 

107 Arrival at Brandenburgh House, and the Queen returning from the House 

of Lords, proof, by Dubourg, aquatints, in colours ( ), £1 iis. 

119 Sir Wm. Musgrave, by J. R. Smith and Lt.-Gen. Musgrave, after Abbot (Rolls), 

£1 IDS. 

127 Lady Wigram, by C. Turner, mezzotint, proof (Sotheran), £3. 

128 Merry Vv'ives of Windsor, by Simon and Thew, after Peters, a pair (Miles), 

£1 2S. 
131 Bonaparte and General Berthier, by A. Cardon, after Boze (Sotheran), £3. 
T33 Death of Tom Moody, by E. Duncan and D. Wolstenholme, two aquatints, 

in colours (Lawrence), £4 2S. 6d. 

135 Marie Antoinette, by Murphy, after De Brehan, proof (Walton), £1 los. 

136 Miss Brown, by Annis, after Northcote, mezzotint (Walton), £2 los. 

137 Lord Grantham, and his brothers, by Cheesman, after Sir J. Reynolds, open 

letter proof (Russell), £t. 

138 Dinner given to the Kentish Volunteers, by and after Alexander, aquatint, 

in colours (Russell), £2. 

139 Epsom Races, after H. Alkcn, aquatints, in colours, a pair (Lawrence), 

£6 17s. 6d. ,y 

140 Charles I and family, by Massard, after Van Dyck (Walton), 153.""?^ '' '''«| 

141 Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick, by and after Wilkin, open letter proof (Russell), 

142 Lady Louisa Manners, by Knight, after Reynolds (Sotlicran), £3. 



Puttick's.] Maxch 27, 1914. 247 

143 Mrs. Hibbert, by J. Ward, after Hoppner, proof, mezzotint (Moore), £6 6s. 

144 Portrait of a lady, after Hoppner, proof before letters (Moore), £2 los. 

145 Lingo and Cowslip, by Scott, after Singleton, in brown (Walton), £3. 

146 Thoughts on matrimony, by W. VV'ard, after J. R. Smith (Walton), £2 5s. 

148 Lady Georgians Cavendish, by Knight, after Hardy, open letter proof, in red 

(Guerin), £3 5s. 

149 Lady Byron, by Faber, after Hogarth, mezzotint (Oldman), £1 17s. 6d. 

234 Miss Stephens, by R. Cooper, proof, and Miss Foote, by Picart, after Clint, 

in colours (Foster) £y 17s. 6d. 

235 Infant Academy, by F. Haward, after Reynolds, in colours (Morgan), £5. 

237 Mrs. Russell Manners, by R. Cooper, in colours (Pollard), £5. 

238 English and French firesides, by Tomkins, after AnseU, ovals, in brown, 

a pair (Foster), £4 15s. 
240 Lucy of Leinster, and Margaret's tomb, by F. Bartolozzi, after H. Bunbury, 
in colours, a pair (West), £18 i8s. 

243 Edward Lord Thurlow, by Bartolozzi, after Sir J. RejTiolds, in colours (West), 

£3 15s. 

244 Master Lambton, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint 

(Linnell), £20. 

SPORTING. 

248 Paris and Dover Coach, by R. G. Reeve, after G. S. Tregnor, aquatint, in colours 

(Fores), £2 2s. 

249 Shooting, by Wolstenholme, aquatints, in colours, a pair (Holliday), £2 2S. 

250 Breaking cover, full margins ; and Full cry, aquatints, in colours, a pair 

(Lawrence), £3 17s. 6d. 

251 The West-Acre Stag Hounds, by H. Ryall, after F. C. Turner, aquatint, in 

colours, proof (Ellis & Smith), £77 14s. 

252 North and West Country mails, by Pollard, aquatints, in colours, a pair (BraU), 

£11 IIS. 

253 Racehorses : Deception, by E. Duncan, after Hancock ; and Satirist, by 

Hunt, after Spalding, aquatints, in colours (Mayne), £5 5s. 

254 Orlando and Merry Monarch (proof), by Hunt, after H. Hall, aquatints, 

in colours (Lawrence), £3. 

255 Mango, by Hunt, and St. Patrick, by Sutherland, after Herring, aquatints, 

in colours (Foster), £2 15s. 

256 Liberty ; and Instinct, by H. RyaU, after F. C. Turner, aquatints, in colours 

(F. Sabin), £7 7s. 

257 Devonport, Birmingham, and Liverpool Mail coaches, by Havell, after Aiken, 

three aquatints, in colours (Foster), £7 7s. 

258 Pheasant and hare shooting, by Wolstenholme, aquatints, in colours, a pair 

(Holloway), £2. 

259 Fishing, by S. Aiken, lithograph, in colours (Pollard), £9 19s. 6d. 

260 Victorious Bunchclod, or turning the man Boney couldn't turn, after .\lken, 

aquatint, in colours, on strainer (Foster), £2 7s. 6d. 

261 Promenade in St. James' Park, by F. D. Soiron, after E. Dayes, proof (Pollard), 

£12 12s. 

262 Vale of Dedham, by David Lucas, after Constable, mezzotint (Brown), £7 7s. 

263 Bee's-wing, by C. Hunt, after J. F. Herring, aquatint, in colours (Ackermann), 

264 Boys and dogs ; and Cottage children, by H. Birche, after Gainsborough, 

mezzotints, a pair (Rylatt), £6 6s. , 



248 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

265 Storming of the stockades at Rangoon, by Reeve, Hunt and Pyall, after J. 

Moore, aquatints, in colours, a set of four (Lawrence), £2 5s. 
270 Battle of Waterloo, by Bowyer, aquatint, in colours (Lawrence), £1 17s. 
277 Sportsman's return, by W. Ward, after Morland, mezzotint, proof (Ellis and 

Smith), £17 17s- 

Framed. 

282 September ; and October, by Bartolozzi, after Hamilton, ovals, in brown, 

a pair (Parker), £7 los. 

283 November ; and December, by Gardner, after Hamilton, ovals, in brown, 

a pair (Parker), £14 los. 

284 Paul Jones, Commander of a squadron of piratical ships, under Congress 

and French commissions, printed for Carrington Bowles, No. 69 in St. 
Paul's Church Yard, London, published Oct. 2, 1779, mezzotint, in colours, 
in original carved pearwood frame — 4! X 6J (F. Sabin), £5. 

285 Red Lion brew house, East Smithfield, by Dean Wolstenholme, mezzotint 

(Barker), £2 15s. 

288 Jack in BUboes, and companion, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, mezzotints, 

a pair ( ), £4. 

289 Nude Study, after Adam Buck, in colours (Pollard), £1 is. 

290 WiUiam Earl of Sutherland, by Mcintosh, after A. Ramsey, mezzotint (Pollard) , 

£13 13s- 

291 Children feeding goats, by P. W. Tomkins, after Morland (Weyderlin), £1 15s. 

292 Hon. Edward Vernon, by Faber, mezzotint, in colours, picture on glass 

(Chaundy), £1 5s. 

294 The peasant girl, by Say, after Rembrandt, in colours (Russell), £2 los. 

295 Fresh gathered peas, by Vendramini, after Wheatley, in colours (Walton), 

£ii- 

296 Admiral de Winter resigning his sword to Admiral Duncan, by Daniell, after 

Singleton, mezzotint (Moore), £1 15s. 

297 The lock; and The cornfield, by D. Lucas, after J. Constable, mezzotints, 

a pair (RimeU), £5 15s. 6d. 

298 Mrs. Crewe, by Watson, after Gardner, oval, in colours (Moore), £6 6s. 

299 Countess of Mexborough, by W. Ward, after J. Hoppner, mezzotint (Russell), 

£3 3S. 

300 Orpheus and Eurydice, by Burke, after Kaufmann, circle, in bro^vn (Walton), 

£2- 

301 Celebrated greyhound " Snowball," by Ward, after Chalon, proof (Ackermann), 

£3- 

302 Thornton Castle and Thorntonia, by W. Ward, after Chalon, mezzotint 

(Walton), £18 i8s. 

303 Going to cover ; The leap ; Full cry ; and The death, by Bentley, after H.- 

Aiken, in colours (Pollard), £5 15s. 



Sotheby's.] April i, 1914. 249 

April I, 1914. Sotheby's, 

Mezzotint and Stipple Engravings of the XVIIIth Century. 

MEZZOTINT ENGRAVINGS. 
Engraver not Ascertained. 

3 Blackmore, Thomas, Henry Bunbury, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, proof before 

all letters (Chaloner Smith, i), (Colnaghi), £8 los, 

4 Brookshaw, Richard, Miss Greenfield, proof before all letters (C. S. 11) (F. 

Daniell), £5. 

5 Burke, Thomas, Andromache weeping over the ashes of Hector, in colours 

(Brail), ii. 

6 Dean, John, Mary, Lady Cadogan, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first state 

(C.S. 3) (Maggs), £4 4S- 

7 Dean, John, The bird-cage, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (RimeU), £5. 

William Dickinson. 

8 Lady Charlotte Bertie, after Rev. W. Peters, early impression (C.S. 8) (F. 

Daniell), £10. 

9 Mrs. Pelham, feeding chickens, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, early impression 

of the only state (C.S. 59) (Jenkinson), £250. 

10 Lady Charles Spencer, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (C.S. 77) i (F. Daniell), £7. 

11 Ehzabeth, Lady Taylor, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, only state (C.S. 80) 

(F. Daniell), £140. 

John Dixon. 

12 Mary, Duchess of Ancaster, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first state (C.S. i) 

(Agnew), £12. 

13 Mrs. Blake as " Juno," after Sir Joshua Reynolds (C.S. 7), (Brail), £6 6s. 

14 Miss Emma and Miss Elizabeth Crewe, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (C.S. 12) 

(Maggs), £9 los. 

15 Miss NeUy O'Brien, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (C.S. 26) (Harrison), £3 10^. 

16 Elizabeth, Countess of Pembroke, and son, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first 

state (C.S. 27) (Maggs), £7. 

17 Dunkarton, Robert, Miss Anne Catley, after William Lawrenson, cut close all 

round (C.S. 13) (Earham), £1 6s. 

18 Dunkarton, Robert, Mrs. Jordan, as " L' Allegro," after George Romney, 

second state (Home, 138) (Maggs), £5 5s. 

19 Fisher, Edward, Miss Farren, in the character of " Hermione," after J. Zoffany, 

proof with inscription in etched letters (C.S. 17) (Hopwood), £10 ids. 

20 Fisher, Edward, Miss Plunkett, after WiUiam Hoare, proof before all letters, 

an earlier state than the first state mentioned by Chaloner Smith (C.S. 62) 
(Hopwood), £2 15s. 

Valentine Green. 

21 Louise Henriette de Hartefeldt, after Henri Schroeder (not mentioned by 

Chaloner Smith) (Harker), £4 15s. 

22 Louisa, Countess of Aylesford, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, second state (C.S. 4) 

(Groves), £37. 

23 Francis, Duke of Bedford, and brothers, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first 

state, before the inscription, and with the artist's and pubUcation Une 
etched (C.S. 8) (Ellis and Smith), £10. 

24 Charles, Earl of Dalkeith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, early impression (C.S. 33) 

(A. Davis), £4 5S. 

17 



250 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

25 Six Joshua Reynolds, as President of the Royal Academy, after himself (C.S. no) 

(N. Raphael), £5. 

26 Mary Isabella, Duchess of Rutland, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, early impression 

of the second state (C.S. 115) (Charters), fys. 

27 Anne, Viscountess Townshend, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first state, being 

before the title, and having the artists' names and pubUcation line in lightly 
etched letters (C.S. 132) (Charters), £210. 

28 Miss Agneta Yorke, after Francis Cotes, proof, with only the artists' and 

publishers' names Ughtly etched, and before the title space was cleaned 
(C.S. 143) (F. Daniell), £4 5s. 

29 Pamela and' Phyloclea, after Sir Peter Leiy, early proof, with the inscription 

lightly etched, and before the plate was cleaned (C.S. 155) (F. Daniell), £12. 



30 Grozer, Joseph, Miss Frances Harris, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (C.S. 12), 

(Maggs), £25. 

31 Grozer, Joseph, Lady Charlotte Legge, after George Romney, proof before 

all letters, and before the inscription space was cleaned, being an earlier 
state than the first state described by Chaloner Smith (C.S. 15) (Parkins), 

£45- 

Richard Houston. 

32 Penelope Pitt, early impression of the only state (Miss Raphael), £2. 

33 Mrs. WodhuU, after Johann ZofEany, before the name on the pedestal, with 

large margin (C.S. 124) (F. Daniell), £6 15s. 

34 The burgomaster, after Rembrandt, proof before all letters (C.S. r47) (Agnew), 

£34- 

35 The pen-mender, after Rembrandt, without any lettering (Groves), £19. 

John Jones. 

36 Charles James Fox, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, early impression (C.S. 28), 

(Harker), £10. 
.37 Francis Hargrave, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first state (C.S. 33) (Colnaghi), £6. 

38 Lady CaroUne Price, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, early impression (C S. 64) 

(Parkin), £45. 

39 Mrs. Tollemache, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, second state (Jacques), £10. 



40 Kingsbury, Henry, Countess of Jarnac, early impression (C.S. 6), with Horace 

Walpole's writing (Maggs), £6. 

41 Laurie, Robert, Princes George and Frederick, after Johann Zoffany, proof 

before all letters, and before the inscription space was cleaned, with large 
margin (C.S. 25) (Maggs), £8 los. 

42 MacArdeU, James, Mrs. Bastard, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first state (C.S. 12) 

(Ames), £2. 

43 McArdell, James, Frances Anne Greville and her brother, after Sir Joshua 

Reynolds, proof before all letters (C.S. 93) (Ames), £6 5s. 

44 Marchi, J. P. L., Mrs. Bouverie and Mrs. Crewe, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

proof before all letters, and before the inscription space was cleaned, being 
an earlier state than the first state described by Chaloner Smith (C.S. i) 
(Lecky), £27. 

45 Marchi, J. P. L., The Misses Bennet, after James Nixon, proof before all letters 

(C.S. 2) (Maggs), £26. 

46 Marchi, J. P. L., Miss Cholraondeley, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (C.S. 3) 

(Brail), £3 los. 



Sotheby's.] April i, 1914. 251 

47 Park, Thomas, Mrs. Jordan as the Comic Muse, after John Hoppner, proof 

with the title in etched letters, and with large margin (C.S. 5) (Jacobson), 

£i7- 

48 Say, William, Hilaria, whole-length portrait of a lady, after H. Thomson, 

etched letter proof (Jacobson), £18. 

John Raphael Smith. 

49 Mrs. Carter, after John Kitchingman (C.S. 33), (Brail), 15s. 

50 Mrs. Mordaunt, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first state, having the title, artists' 

names and publication line, in lightly etched letters (C.S. 114) (Sanderson) 
£10 lOS. 

51 Miss Theophila Pahner, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, second state (C.S. 128) 

(A. Davis), £12 I2S. 

52 Madam Schindlerin, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, early impression (C.S. 147) 

(F. DanieU), £12 12s. 

53 Susan, Countess of Westmorland, after George Romney, proof before all letters, 

and before the inscription space was cleaned (C.S. page 1748, No. 158) 
(Harker), £30. 

54 Louisa, Lady Stormont, after George Romney, first state, being before the 

inscription, having only the artists' names and pubUcation line in lightly 
etched letters (C.S. 159) (Jenkins), £85. 

55 The watercress girl, after Johann Zofiany, early state, with the artist's name 

and the pubhcation line in etched letters, and with a title in a finished 
letter (C.S. 200) (Jameson), £5. 

56 Les Bons Amis, by and after J. R. Smith, cut close all round ( — >, £2 15s. 



57 Spilsbury, Jonathan, Elizabeth, Coimtess of Ancrum, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

proof before all letters and before the inscription space was cleaned (C.S. i) 
(Norton), £7 los. 

58 Spilsbury, Jonathan, Miss Jacobs, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (C.S. 2r) (F. 

Daniell), £7. 

Charles Turner. 

59 Miss Cholmondeley, after John Hoppner, first state (Whitman in) (Colnaghi), 

£160. 

60 Lady Louisa Manners, after John Hoppner, early impression (Parsons), £70. 

61 George, Duke of Marlborough, and family, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (Whitman 

352), first state (Parkin), £28. 

62 Eleanor, Lady Wigram, after Sir Thomas Lawrence, proof before all letters 

(W. 608) (Colnaghi), £23. 



63 VaiUant, W., Portrait of the engraver, by himself, proof before all letters 

(F. Daniell), £10. 

64 Plaes, P. Van der, after H. Dorsman, early impression (Wells), £5 los. 

65 Ward, James, Lady Heathcote, after John Hoppner, open-letter proof (C.S. 23), 

in carved wood frame (Luke), £48. 

66 Ward, James, Mrs. Hibbert, after John Hoppner (C. S. 26) (WilUamson), 

£13 15s. 

67 Ward, WilUam, The snake in the grass, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, engraver's 

proof before all letters (C.S. 98) (Williamson), £12 15s. 

James Watson. 

68 Mrs. Bouverie and son, after Sir Joshua Rej-nolds (C.S. 12) (A. Davis), £15. 

69 Frances, Lady Bridges, after Francis Cotes (C.S. 14) (F. Daniell), £10. 



252 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

70 Elizabeth, Duchess of Buccleuch, and daughter, after Sir Joshua Reynolds 

(C.S. 16) (A. Davis), £14 ids. 

71 Mrs. Bunbury, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, proof with the artists' names and 

pubhcation line in etched letters, and before the name of personage (C.S. i8> 
(F. Daniell), £15. 

72 Caroline, Countess of CarUsle, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (C.S. 23), (Jarvis), 

;f20 los. 

73 Lady Almeria Carpenter, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first state (C.S. 26> 

(Sanderson), £5 5s. 

74 Ann, Lady Fortescue, after Francis Cotes, proof before aU letters (C.S. 55) 

(F. Daniell), £$. 

75 Mrs. Hale as L' Allegro, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (C.S. 69) (Earham), £s 5s. 

76 Elizabeth, Duchess of Manchester, and son, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (C.S. 97), 

(Maggs), £7. 

77 Miss Nelly O'Brien, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (C.S. 107) (Johnson), £12. 

78 Lady Susan O'Brien, after Francis Cotes (C.S. 108) (N. Raphael), £3 5s. 

79 WiUiam Campbell Skinner, after Francis Cotes, first state, \vith only the artists' 

names in etched letters (C.S. 130) (Earham), £4. 

80 Lady Stanhope, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first state (C.S. 135) (Parker), £33. 

81 Mary and Humfrey Sturt, after Catherine Read, with the artists' names and 

publication hne in etched letters (C.S. 137) (Colnaghi), £17. 
Thomas Watson. 

82 Maria, Lady Broughton, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (C.S. 8) (F. Daniell), £9 los. 

83 Miss Dempster, after George Willison, proof, with the artists' names and 

pubhcation line in etched letters (C.S. 12) (Miss Raphael), £1 los. 

84 Mrs. Hardinge, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (C.S. 18) early impression (F. 

Daniell), £70. 

85 The Honble. Mrs. Parker, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (C.S. 28) (Brail), £&. 

86 Circe, after Daniel Gardner, proof, with only the artists' names and publication 

hne in etched letters (C.S. 39) (Lucher), £6 los. 

87 The strawberry girl after Sir Joshua Reynolds, second state (C.S. 43) (Barham), 

£i 15s. 

88 Ehzabeth, Lady Melbourne, and her son, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, first state 

(Maggs), £22. 

89 Cazenave, F., L'Optique, after L. Boilly, in colours (Agnew), £29. 

STIPPLE ENGRAVINGS. 

90 The novel (portraits of Mrs. Morland and Mrs. W. Ward), after G. Morland, 

and The mandoline (portraits of two ladies), after J. Hoppner, a pair, in 
colours (W. Sabin), £36. 

91 Baldrey, John, The Hon. Maria and Louisa Holroyd, after John Downman, 

in brown (F. Sabin), £5 los. 

Francis Bartolozzi. 

92 Lady Smyth and her children, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, proof before the title 

(Harker), £20. 

93 Jane, Coimtess of Harrington, and her children, after Sir Joshua Reynolds 

proof before the title, in brown (Harker), £13. 

94 Master Leicester Stanhope, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (F. Sabin), £4 ids. 

95 Lord Burghersh, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, in brown (H. Brown), £4. 

96 Lady Catherine Beauclerc, after Francis Cotes, proof before the title, with the 

artists' names and pubhcation line in etched letters, in red (Earham), £1155. 

97 Anne Countess Cowper, after William Hamilton, proof before all letters, in. 

brown (F. Daniell), £1. 



Sotheby's.] April i, 1914. 253 

98 Lady Georgina Bathurst, after Sir Thomas Lawrence, impression without any 

lettering (Earham,) £3 5s. 

99 Jane, Countess Melville, after John Hoppner, proof before all letters (N. 

Raphael), £2 5s. 
100 Science resting in the arms of Peace, after Angelica Kaufiman, proof before the 

title, in red {F. Daniell), £1 5s. 
103 Bob-cherry, after William Hamilton, coloured (Spencer), £4 5s. 

105 Cheesman, Thomas, The sempstress (Lady Hamilton), after George Romney, 

in brown (H. P. Home, 48) (Leggatt), £10 155. 

106 Dickinson, William, Maternal affection (Lady Melbourne and son), after Sir 

Joshua Reynolds, proof before the title, in red (F. Daniell), £3 los. 

107 Gaugain, Thomas, " How smooth, brother, feel again," and The house in danger, 

after William Hamilton, a pair, in colours (Ellis & Smith), £26. 

108 Howard, Francis, Mrs. Siddons as the Tragic Muse, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

proof, with the inscription in etched letters (Earham), £10. 

109 Howard, Francis, George, Prince of Wales, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, proof, 

with only the artist's names and publication line in etched letters 
(Maggs), £6. 
no Ogbome, John, Eleanor Gwynn, after Sir Peter Lely, early impression, in 
brown (Agnew), £4 los. 

111 Ryder, Thomas, The hours crowning virtuous love, after Richard Cosway, 

in colours, on satin (Brail), £3 los. 

112 Watson, CaroUne, Contemplation, after Sir Joshua Rey^nolds, the early state 

before the title was altered to " The Hon. Mrs. Stanhope " (Rimell), £5 5s. 

113 Watson, Thomas, Mrs. Wilbraham, after Daniel Gardner, proof before the 

title and the number, in colours (W. Sabin), £69. 

114 \Vhite, Charles William, Lady and child, after Emma Crewe, in colours, on 

satin (Brail), £2 15s. 

115 Wilkin, Charles, Lady Cockbum and children, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

first state, having only the artist's names and pubUcation hne lightly etched 
(H.p. 91) (Parkin), £10. 

116 Wilkin, Charles, Mrs. Parkyn, after John Hoppner, proof before the title 

(Miss Raphael), £4 5s. 



April 2, 1914. Christie's, 

Engravings and Sporting Prints in colours, the property 
of His Honour, the late Sir T. W. Snagge, of ]Major H. M. 
Barnes, and of the late Alexander Allan Webbe, Esq., and 
from other Sources. 



Property of His Honour the late Judge Sir T. W. Snagge, 
17, Cadogan Gardens, S.W. 

Unframed. 
I Rembrandt, Christ driving out the money-changers (M.198), two impressions ; 
The flight into Egypt (M. 240) ; and A Jews' synagogue (M. 288) (Colnaghi 
and Obach), £1. 

Framed. 

5 Venus chiding Cupid, after RejTiolds, by Bartolozzi, proof, in bistre (Rimell), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

6 Children subjects, after Hamilton ; and one, after Cipriani, in colours (Parsons), 

£10 los. 



254 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

7 Mrs. Crouch, after Romney, by Bartolozzi, in bistre (Brail), £1 is. 

8 Cupid and Euphrosine, after A. Kauffman, by Burke (Huggins), £3 13s. 6d. 

9 " Milk-below, maids," after Wheatley, by Schiavonetti (Parsons), £3 3s. 

10 Mrs. Parkyns, after Hoppner, by C. Wilkin ; and another (Huggins), £4 14s. 6d. 

11 Sophia Western, after Hoppner, by J. R. Smith (Parsons), £1 is. 

12 Mrs. Siddons, as " The Tragic Muse," after Reynolds, by F. Haward (Rimell), 

£1 IS. 

13 The Duchess of Manchester and son, after Reynolds, by J. Watson (Maggs),. 

il IS. 

14 The Misses Crewe, after the same, by J. Dixon (F. Daniell), £y ys. 

15 Master Crewe, after the same, by J. R. Smith (Huggins), £9 19s. 6d. 

16 The watercress girl, after Zoffany by J. R. Smith ; and two others (Pollard), 

£2 2S. 

17 Mrs. Siddons ; and Miss Farren, after Downman, by P. W. Tomkins and 

Collyer, in colours (W. Sabin), £115 los. 

18 Design (Miss Johnson) after Sir J. Reynolds, by Grozer, in colours (W. Sabin), 

£102 i8s. 

19 A contemplative youth, after the same, by C. Hodges, in colours (Davis), £14 14s. 

20 Sc 21 Rubens with his wife and child, after Rubens, by McArdell; An of&cer 

of justice, after Rembrandt, by W. Pether (Pollard), £2 12s. 6d. 

22 Portrait of a gentleman, mezzotint, proof before all letters (Parsons), £1 is. 

23 Portrait of the artist, by R. Nanteuil, proof ; and Cardinal Mazarin, by the 

same (Lindow), £1 los. 



The Property of Major H. M. Barnes, of Stonecroft, 
Ipswich. 

After F. Wheatley, R.A. 
Unframed. 

26 Fihal piety, by J. Egginton, in bistre (Rurp), los. 6d. 

27 Going hunting ; and The return from shooting, by G. T. Stubbs, a pair (RimeU) 

£2 2S. 

28 The surprise ; and Indiscretion, by Marcuard and Delattre, a pair (PoUard), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

29 The riot in Broad Street, June 1780, by J. Heath (Brail), 12s. 

31 A lady weeping over the fate of Juliet, by J. Young (Parker), £1 is. 
Framed. 

34 The return from market, by C. Knight ; The happy cottagers, proof ; and The 

school-mistress, by J. Coles (Brail), £2 2S. 

35 Setting out for the fair, by J. Eggington ; The watercress-girl; and Girl 

going a reaping, by Bartolozzi (Brail), £4 4s. 

36 Temptation, by J . Delattre, in bistre ; and Silvia, by J. Hogg (Ellis and Smith), 

£2 2S. 

37 Summer ; and Winter, by F. Bartolozzi (F. Daniell), £8 8s. 

38 The wheel-barrow, by J. Delattre, open letter proof (Brail), £2 5s. 

39 The pet lamb, by J. Barney, open letter proof, in bistre (Pollard), £4 14s. 6d. 

40 Irish peasants crossing a brook, by R. Earlom, proof before any letters ; and 

Boaz and Ruth, by W. Ward (Parker), £4 4s. 

41 The dipping-well in Hyde Park, by J. Godley ; and Miseries of prison, by 

J. Hogg (Rimell), £1 iis. 6d. 

42 Love in a mill, by Delattre, in bistre ; and The discovery, by R. Stainer (Pollard), 

£5 5S. 



Christie's.] April 2, 1914. 255 

43 The cottage door, by G. Keating ; The basket-makers, by Baker ; and 

Credulity, by Cardon (Pollard), £g gs. 

44 The tender father ; and Relentless father, by W. Gardiner, a pair, in bistre 

(Brail), £1 IS. 

45 The same subjects, in colours (Vicars), £15 15s. 

49 The return from shooting, by Bartolozzi, open-letter proof ; and The return 

from coursing, after Hamilton, by Cardon (Lindow), £5 15s. 6d. 

50 The deserted village, by F. Bartolozzi, in bistre ; and The benevolent cottager, 

by Nutter (Pollard), £1 is. 

51 Fishermen going out; and The fishermen's return, by J. Barney (Lindow), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

52 Miss Young and others, in " Twelfth Night," by J. R. Smith, first state ; and 

" To the gentlemen of the Anacreontic Society," by H. Kingsbury (Maggs), 

55 The encampment at Brighton ; and Departure from Brighton, by J. Murphy, 
open-letter proofs (F. Daniell), £63. 

54 Going out milking ; and The return from milking, by C. Turner (Pollard), 

£33 I2S. 

55 & 56 Mary's dream, by W. Ward ; Pastoral subjects, by T. Richards, etc., 

set of four in colours (Pollard), £& i8s. 6d. 

57 Peg-top, by G. Stodart ; and another, in colours (Treasure), £1 iis. 6d. 

58 The father's admonition, by Schiavonetti, in colours (Parsons), £23 2S. 

59 The love-sick maid, by J. Dean, in colours (Brail), £2 2S. 

60 The soldier's return ; and Sailor's return, by W. Ward, in colours (Mayne), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

61 Christening, by M. Sloane, in colours (Brail), £1 is. 

62 The itinerant potters, by J. Whessell, in colours, before the publisher's name 

was inserted in the pubhcation hne (Greville), £63. 

63 Cries of London, after Wheatley, " Milk-below maids," by Schiavonetti, in 

colours (Colnaghi & Obach), £68 5s. 

64 Cries of London, after Wheatley, " Scarlet strawberries," by Vendramini, 

in colours (Sabin), £27 6s. 

65 The cries of London, after Wheatley, by Schiavonetti, Vendramini, A. Cardon, 

and others, the set of thirteen plates, in bistre (Parsons), £94 los. 



Property of the late Alexander Webbe, Esq., 19, Port- 
land Place, W. 

Uniramed. 

66 Le Roman dangereux, after Lavreince ; and Le Jardinier galant, after 

Baudoviin, by Helman (Colnaghi and Obach), £48 6s. 

67 Le Marchand de Lunettes ; and Le Negromantien, after le Prince, by Helman ; 

and five other French prints (Parker), £8 8s. 

68 The death of Tippoo Sahib, after Singleton, mezzotint, proof before any letters 

(Parker), los. 6d. 

69 Attention ; and Inattention, after J. R. Smith, by Meadows, a pair, in bistre 

(Brail), £5 15s. 6d. 

70 Mr. Stewardson, after Opie, by W. Barney, proof ; The Duke of Wellington, 

by C. Turner ; and four others (Parker), £3 3s. 

71 Charles Bell, after Lawrence, by W. Barney, proof; Rt. Hon. J. H. Frere, 

after Hoppner, by the same ; and two others (Parsons), £7 7s. 



256 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

72 The Earl of Buckinghamshire, after Beechey, by W. Barney, proof, and print ; 

John Sullivan, after and by the same, proof, and print ; and another 
(Parsons), £3 3s. 

73 King George III, whole length, on horseback, by S. W. Reynolds, proof 

(Parker), £2 2S. 

74 George, Marquess of Blandford, after Cosway, by W. Barney, first state (Maggs), 

£2 2S. 

Framed. 

75 Lady St. John, after Hoppner, by W. Barney, open-letter proof (EUis & Smith) 

;fi4 14s. 

76 The Duchess of Devonshire, after Gainsborough, by W. Barney, proof, with 

the title in open letters, and with untrimmed margin (Ellis & Smith), 
;f45i los. 

77 Lady Caroline Spencer, after Cosway, by W. Barney, open-letter proof, with 

untrimmed margin (Walters), £& 8s. 

78 The Earl of Sunderland and Lord Charles Spencer, after Cosway, by W. Barney, 

open-letter proof, with untrimmed margin (F. DanieU), £94 los. 

79 Sir Arthur Wellesley, after Hoppner, whole length, by W. Barney, open-letter 

proof, with untrimmed margin (Maggs), £22 is. 



Other properties, 

Unframed. 

80 Prudence and Beauty ; and Genius and Beauty, after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, 

in red (one proof), (Maggs), £4 4s. 

81 Historical subjects, after Rigaud, by Bartolozzi, proofs, in red ; and another 

■ (Lindow), £2 2S. 

82 A St. James's beauty, after Benwell, by Bartolozzi, proof before letters ; 

Celadon and Amelia, by the same, proof ; and another (Lindow), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

83 An ofiering to Cupid, after Kaufiman, by Marcuard, proof ; Design, after 

Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, proof ; and three others (Parsons), £3 3s. 

84 Cupid and Cephisa, after A. Kaufiman, by T. Burke, open-letter proof, in bistre 

(Maggs), £7 17s. 6d. 

85 Prudence and Beauty, after the same, by Ryder, etched-letter proof (F. Daniell) 

£2 2S. 

86 The nymph of Immortality, after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, open-letter proof ; 

Adelaide, after the same ; and another, all in red (Brail), £8 8s. 

87 Angelica Kaufiman, after Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, proof before letters, in red 

(Dickson), £4 14s. 6d. 

88 Lord Heathfield, after Reynolds, by Bartolozzi, etched-letter proof ; and George 

Prince of Wales, after Gainsborough, by J. R. Smith (Parker), £3 3s. 

89 An illustration to " Hamlet," after Westall, by J. Hogg, in colours, 

(Dickson), £1 iis. 6d. 

90 Miller Mundy, after Hoppner, by C. Turner ; and Dr. Birkbeck, by H. Dawe, 

proofs ; and John Wesley, by Faber (Breun), £1 is. 

91 Sir Michael Shaw Stewart, after Raeburn, by Cousins, open-letter proof (Miller), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

92 James, Duke of Richmond, after Van Dyck, by E. Earlom, first state (Taylor), 

£10 IDS 

93 Master Herbert, as " Bacchus," after Reynolds, by J. R. Smith, first state 

(Taylor), £4 4s. 



Christie's.] April 2, 1914. 257 

94 Mrs. Siddons, as " The Tragic Muse," after Reynolds, by F. Haward (Miller), 

£5 5S. 

95 Lady Middleton ; and The Countess of Northumberland, after Lely, by T. 

Watson, and J. McArdell (Parsons), £8 8s. 
•96 Louis XVI ; Marie Antoinette, by Curtis ; George III, by Facius ; and two 
others (Taylor), £8 i8s. 6d. 

97 Due de Beaufort ; and nine other portraits, by R. Nanteml, some proofs, 

(F. DanieU), £15 15s. 

98 Sir Bathazar Gerbier and family, after Van Dyck, by W. Walker, proof ; 

L'Enfance, after Lancret ; and two others (W. Sabin), £4. 14s. 6d. 

100 The recruit, after Eckstein ; and A sailor relating his victories, by C. Turner, 

in colours (Brail), £21. 

10 1 Hunting subjects, after D. WolstenhoUne, by T. Sutherland, a set of four, 

in colours (Parker), £1 is. 

102 Coursing subjects, after and by the same, a set of four ; and Game found, 

after and by the same, aU in colours (RimeU), £19 19s. 

103 Morning, Noon, Afternoon, and Night, after the same, by Jeakes and Clarke, 

a set of four ; and Fox-hunting, after Wolstenholme, a pair, all in colours 
(Holliday),;f3r los. 

104 Prize pigeons, after and by D. Wolstenholme ; The death of Tom Moody, 

after and by the same ; and another (Fores), £5 js. 
Framed. 

105 The Duke of Orleans, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith (Lindow), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

106 Mrs. Jemingham, after Hoppner, by H. Meyer, in colours (White), £6 6s. 

107 Omai, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Jacobe (RimeU), £1 is. 

108 WiUiam Pitt, after Owen, by H. S. Goed (Cohiaghi & Obach), £12 12s. 

109 The Duchess of Newcastle, after Lawrence, by S. W. Reynolds, proof (White), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 
no Sophia Western, after Hoppner, by J. R. Smith (Sabin), £19 19s. 

111 Robert Bums, after A. Nasmyth, by W. Walker (Vicars), £15 15s. 

112 Military subjects,after Rowlandson, by Schatz, a set of four, in colours (Browne), 

£9 9S. 

113 A. St. Giles' beauty, after BenweU, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Pym), £1 iis. 6d. 

114 The recruit, after Eckstein, by C. Turner; and the companion, in colours 

(Mayne), £14 14s. 

115 The country stable, after Morland, by W. Ward (Brail), £4 4s. 

116 Joseph and John Gulston, after Cotes, by V. Green, first state (Brail), £2 2S. 

117 Disobedience in danger, after J. Ward, by Barnard (Brail), £1 is. 

118 The citizen's retreat, after J. Ward, by W. Ward, in colours (Sabin), £102 i8s. 

119 Young Bums ; and Owen of Carron, after A. Buck, by Bate, in colours (Evans), 

£7 7s. 

120 The peasant's repast, after Singleton, by Grozer ; The tired soldier ; and The 

elopement, a pair (Evans), £2 12s. 6d. 

121 Morland's Summer, by W. Bamard, in colours (Bright), £3 13s. 6d. 

122 Classical subjects, after A. Kauffman, three circles in red (Kettle), £4 4s. 

123 Ariadne, after Reynolds, by W'. Doughty ; and another, after the same (Evans), 

£1 IS. 

124 The storm, after Morland, by W. Ward (Frost), £2 12s. 6d. 

125 Susan ; and The despairing damsel, after CoUings, by W. Nutter, in colours 

(Ellis & Smith), £10 los. 
S26 A meeting of creditors, by W. Nutter, in colours ; Tlie country club, in colours ; 
and two others (Lindow), ids. 6d. 



258 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

I2f The landlord's family ; and The tenant's family, after Stothard, in colom's 
(Treasure), £19 19s. 

128 The little shy girl, after Countess Spencer, by M. Bovi, in colours (Parsons), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

129 La promenade de la GaUerie du Palais Royal, by Debucourt, in colours ( J ackson), 

£19 19s. 

130 John Corbet and his fox-hounds, after T. Weaver, by R. Woodman, in colours 

(W. Sabin), £54 12. 

131 The race-horse " Hambletonian," after Sartorius, by Whessel, in colours (Bond), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

132 The Bilsden Coplow Day, after C. Loraine Smith, by F. Jukes, aquatint, in 

colours (W. Sabin), £54 12s. 

133 The new London Royal Mail, by C. Hunt, aquatint, in colours (F. Daniell), 

£19 19s. 

134 The Quom hunt, after H. Aiken, by F. C. Lewis, a set of eight, in colours 

(Parsons), £168. 

135 St. Alban's grand steeple-chase (6), after Pollard, by G. Hunt, in colours (Fores), 

£17 17s- 

136 The right sort ; and The wrong sort, after H. Aiken, by Duncan, in colours 

(RimeU), £12 12s. 

137 The Leicestershire covers, after H. Aiken, by Sutherland, set of four, in colours 

(Parsons), £21. 

138 Fox-hunting, after Dean Wolstenholme, by Sutherland, a set of four, in colours 

(Sabin), £39 i8s. 

139 Leicestershire : The meeting ; Getting away ; and Full cry, after Aiken, by 

T. Fielding, in colours (W. Sabin), £15 15s. 

140 Leicestershire, after Sir J. Dean Paul, a set of four, in colours, (Sabin) £16 i6s, 

141 Portraits of " Mameluke," " Bessy Bedlam," " Memmon," and " Tarrare," 

after Herring and Dalby, in colours (Sabin), £12 12s. 

142 Portraits of " Matilda," " Cadland," and " The Colonel," after the same, in 

colo\irs ; and " Eagle " beating " Eleanor," by Whessell, in colours (Acker- 
marm), £21. 

143 " Hambletonian," after Sartorius, by Whessell (Girling), £1 is. 

144 " Diamond," after Sartorius, by Whessell, in colours (Girling), £3 13s. 6d. 

145 The Derby sweepstakes, after Sartorius, by Edy, aquatint, in colours (Rimell)^ 

£31 lOS. 

146 Lady E. Keppel, after Sir J. Reynolds, by E. Fisher (Gurney), £7 7s. 

147 James Thomas Paine, after Romney, by J. Dean (Brail), £1 is. 

14^8 West Country mails at the Gloucester Cofiee-house, after Pollard, by Rosenberg, 

in colours (Lacey), £5 5s. 
149 The death of Tom Moody, after Pollard, by G. Hunt, a set of four, in colours 

(Done), £3 3S. 



April 2 and 3, 1914. Sotheby's, 

Engravings, Etchings and Drawings. 

1 Thornhill, Sir James, R.A., Painting — seven Roman figure subjects, from the 

Raphael cartoons (Thornhill made two sets of reproductions, one, the larger 
passing to the Duke of Northumberland ; the other, a smaller set, here 
catalogued, was done for Queen Caroline) 24 X 29 (Spencer), £5. 

2 ThornhiU, Sir James, R.A., The three sisters, after Sir T. Lawrence ; and 

Eudocia, published by R. Harraden, both in colours (Sehncourt), £2 2S. 



Sotheby's.] April 2 and 3, 1914. 259 

F. Bartolozzi. 

4 Cupid and Hymen ; and Cupid and Psyche, a pair, ovals, in colours (Agnew), 

£z6. 

5 The aerial travellers {V. Lunardi, Mrs. Sage, and G. Biggen), after Rigaud, trial 

proof, not quite finished, in brown (Selincourt), £5 los. 

6 The four seasons (group of cupids), by and after F. Bartolozzi, set of four, in 

colours (Agnew), £27. 

7 Cornelia, mother of the Gracchi, after A. Kauffman, in colours (Dr. Hall), £11. 

8 A St. James's beauty ; and a St. Giles's beauty, after J. H. Benwell, a pair, 

in red (Harker), jfii. 



9 Bunbury, H., Love and Hope, by C. Knight, oval, in colours (Mayne), £9 los- 

10 Burke T., Lady Rushout, after Plimer, oval, in colours (Leggatt), £5 los. 

11 Burke, T., Lady Rushout and daughter, after A. Kaufiman, oval, in brown 

(Leggatt), £28. 

13 Cosway, R., Mrs. Duff, by J. Agar, in colours (F. Harvey), £52. 

14 Cosway, R., Maria Cosway, by F. Bartolozzi, etched-letter proof, in colours 

(Maggs), £12 los. 

15 Delattre, J. M., Sterne and the grisette ; and The vicar of Wakefield, after 

F. Wheatley, a pair, proofs before letters, circles, in colours (Agnew) ,£50. 

16 Downman, J., Lady Elizabeth Foster, by C. Watson, oval, in bro^vn (Groves), 

£1 5S. 

17 Finlayson, J., Lady Broughton, after F. Cotes, proof before letters; Miss 

Farren in he character of Hermione, by E. Fisher, after J. Zoffany 
(Groves), £5 los. 

18 Hamilton, W., Winter, by T. Gaugain, oval, in colours (Spencer), £3 12s. 6d. 

19 Hoppner, J., Lady Charlotte Duncombe, by C. Wilkin, etched letter proof, 

in brown, tinted (F. Daniell), £7. 

20 Hoppner, J., Cecilia (Phoebe Hoppner), by J. Baldry, in red (F. Daniell), £5. 

21 Miller, W., A Bachelor of Arts, by A. Cardon ; and A Master of Arts, by L. 

Schiavonetti, a pair ; Fortune, by Minasi, after J. B. Cipriani, cut, all in 
colours (Spencer), £4 rjs. 

22 Reynolds, Sir Joshua, The sleeping girl, by J. Jones, in colours, cut (F. Harvey). 

£12. 

23 Ryland, W. W., The triumph of Venus, after A. Kauffman, circle ; Mariarme, 

oval ; and " The Greatest of these is charity," after Sir A. Vandyck, oval, 
all in red (Parker), £5. 

24 Smith, J. R., Thoughts on a single life, by and after J. R. Smith, oval, in 

brown (A. Davis), £9 los. 

25 Ward, W., Thoughts on matrimony, after J. R. Smith; and Louisa, by and after 

W. Ward, ovals, in colours (F. Harvey), £50. 

26 Ward, W., Arthiir Murphy, after N. Dance, in colours (Groves), £2. 



29 Pamela and Phyloclea, by V. Green, after Sir P. Lely, full untrimmed margin 

(Bihn), £1. 

30 The cook-maid ; and The art of dressing fish, by J. E. Haid, after J. C. Heil- 

mann, a pair (Bihn), £3 15s. 

31 Spring, by Dawe, after Rosalba ; and Peace, by and after the same (F. Harvey), 

£1 8s. 
35 Boors drinking and smoking, by R. Earlom, after Heemskirk, a pair, proofs 
before letters, £i 2S. 



26o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

MEZZOTINTS AFTER REMBRANDT. 

37 Portrait of the artist, masked proof (Parsoas), £2 6s. 

38 Portrait of the artist, holding a sword, by J. G. Haid (Beatum), £3. 

39 The frame-maker, by J. Dixon (Parsons), £7 5s. 

40 The burgomaster, by R. Houston (F. Daniell), £6. 

41 The man mending a pen, by R. Houston, proof before all letters (Bihn), £10 ids. 

42 The man with a knife, by R. Houston, proof before aU letters, and before the 

title space was burnished (Parsons), £8 5s. 

42 The shipbuilder and his wife, by C. H. Hodges (RimeU), £3 5s. 

44 AchUles, by J. G. Haid, proof before letters (Bihn), £1. 

45 Rembrandt's mother, by J. G. Haid (Bihn), los. 

46 Rembrandt's wife, by R. Earlom (Bihn), los. 



47 Travellers, by W. Ward, after G. Morland (A. Davis), £12 los. 

48 Effects of youthful extravagance and idleness, by VV. Ward, after G. Morland 

(Bihn), £2 53. 

49 Playing at dominoes, by J. R. Reynolds, after G. Morland, proof before all 

letters (Parsons), £7 ids. 

50 Playing with a monkey, by J. R. Reynolds, after G. Morland, proof before all 

letters (Parsons), £7 los. 

51 The lass of Livingstone ; and How sweet's the love that meets return, by T. 

Gaugain, after G. Morland, a pair (A. Davis), £4 los. 

52 The ballad singer; and The girl with a lighted candle, by J. Watson, after 

H. Morland, a pair (Bihn), £1 los. 

53 Cottage children, by H. Birche, after T. Gainsborough, open-letter proof 

(Rimell), £5 5s. 

54 The setter, by J. Watson, after G. Barrett, proof before letters (Bihn), £1. 

55 Fehcia, by and after J. R. Smith, open-letter proof (Bihn), £1. 

56 Fidelia and Speranza, by V. Green, after Sir B. West, etched-letter proof 

(Reader), £1. 

57 The entrance of Piccadilly, or Hyde Park Corner turnpike, by and after 

Dagaty ; and Entrance of St. George's Road, or the Obelisk turnpike, by 
and after the same, both aquatints, in colours (Sabin), £18 los. 

58 The Battle of Cape St. Vincent, 5th July, 1833, after W. J. Huggins, aquatint 

•in colours (A. Davis), £2 15s. 

59 The story, by W. Dickinson, after H. Bunbury, proof before all letters (Bihn), 

£1 10. 

62 Dancing nymph, by F. Bartolozzi, after A. Kauffman, oval, in red (Maggs), £2. 

63 Una, by T. Burke, after A. Kauffman, cut to the oval ; and Lady playing a 

mandoline, by and after F. Bartolozzi, both in red (Brail), £1 i8s. 
65 Love, by C. White, after Rev. W. Peters (Meatyard), £1 12s. 
69 Sophia and Olivia, oval, in colours (F. Daniell), £11. 

69 Psyche, by C. Watson, after Sir W. Beechey, in colours (F. Daniell), £15 los. 

70 Cupid binding Aglaia to a tree, by T. Burke, after A. Kauffman, in colours, cut 

to the oval (W. Sabin), £30. 

71 Content, after F. Bartolozzi, in colours (Dr. Hall), £3. 

72 Polygamy, by E. Williams, after T. Rowlandson, coloured (Spencer), £r 8s. 

73 The Duchess of Richmond, by W. R>land, after A. Kaufiman, oval, in colours 

(F. Harvey), £12 los. 

74 Lady Langham, by C. Wilkin, after J. Hoppner (A. Davis), £3 15s. 

75 Lady Catherine Howard, by and after C. Wilkin, open-letter proof (Meatyard), 

£3. 



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76 Lady Gertrude Villiers, by and after C. Wilkin, proof before letters, -with large 

margin (F. DanieU), £8 5s. 

77 The Duchess of Richmond, by T. Burke, after J. Downman, in brown (Maggs), 

£3- 

78 Mrs. Fitzherbert, by J. Collyer, after J. Russell (Maggs), £3 3s. 

79 Lady Cawdor, by L. Schiavonetti, after H. Edridge, proof before all letters 

(Bihn) 15s. 

80 Elizabeth, Countess of Harcourt, byF. Bartolozzi, after A. Kaufifman, etched 

letter proof, in brown (Sotheran), £1 i8s. 

81 Lady Diana Beauclerk and her daughter, byF. Bartolozzi (A. Davis), £2 los. 

82 Mrs. Jordan as the Country girl, by J . Ogbome, after G. Romney (Sotheran), i8s. 

83 Gustavus IV, King of Sweden, by J. Agar, in colours (Bihn), £2 15s. 

86 The children of Charles I, by R. Strange, after Sir A. Vandyck (A. Davis), 
^i 1 8s. 

88 James Stuart Duke of Richmond, by R. Earlom, after Sir A. Vandyck (A. Davis) 

i8s. 

89 Rachel Countess of Southampton, by J . McArdell, after Sir A. Vandyck (Maggs), 

£3 5S. 

90 John Churchill Duke of Marlborough, by J. Smith, after Sir G. KneUer 

(A. Davis), £1 8s. 

91 Sir Godfrey KneHer, by J. Smith, after himself (G. Lawrence), £1 is. 

96 Princesse de Lamballe, by S. Malgo, after A. Hickel, open-letter proof (Sabin), 

£16 5S. 

97 Lady Mulgrave, by G. Clint, after J. Hoppner (Meatyard), £2 17s. 6d. 

98 Lady Hamilton, by W. Say, after J.J. Masquerier, open-letter proof (A. Davis), 

£3 los. 

99 Lavinia Countess Spencer, by C. Turner, after M. A. Shea, open-letter proof 

(A. Davis), £6. 
100 Mrs. Pope as Juliet, by W.Ward, after M. A. Shee ; Miss Duncan, by C. Turner 

after G. H. Harlow ; and another impression of the same (Peffers), £5 5s. 
loi Madame Grassini, in the character of Ziara, by S. W. Reynolds, after Madame 

Le Brun, in colours (Bihn), £1. 

102 Joseph Barth, by N. Rhein, after H. F. Fuger ; and General Pichegru, by 

and after C. H. Hodges (Maggs), £2. 

103 Edward Jenner, by W. Say, after J. Northcote (F. Harvey), £6 15s. 

Richard Cosway. 

106 Mrs. E. Bouverie, by J. Conde (A. Davis), £5 5s. 

107 Ann Marchioness Townsend, by G. Hadfield (Meatyard), £4. 

108 Mr. Horace Beckford, by J. Conde (Meatyard), £4. 

109 Mrs. Fitzherbert, by J. Conde, cut (Bihn), £8 los. 

110 Madame Recamier, by A. Cardon, in colours (F. Harvey), £21. 

111 Maria Cosway, by F. Bartolozzi, after R. Cosway, open-letter proof (Bihn), 

£2 17s. 6d. 

112 CaroUne Princess of Wales, by F. Bartolozzi, with fuU untrimmed margin 

(Sotheran), £1. 

113 Lord Dungcirvan and his two brothers, by J. Jones (Meatyard), £1 2S. 

Sir Joshua Reynolds. 
Mezzotints. 

115 Lady Sarah Buntury, by E. Fisher (Brail), £1. 

116 Miss Theophila Palmer, by J. R. Smith (Bihn), £4 los. 

117 Caroline Duchess of Marlborough and her daughter, by R. Houston (Maggs), 

£6 los. 



262 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

ii8 Georgiana Lady Spencer and her daughter, by J. Watson (F. Daniell), £5 15s. 

119 Miss Cholmondeley, by G. Marchi (A. Davis), £3 7s. 6d. 

120 Lady CaroUne Howard, by V. Green (Sotheran), £2 5s. 

121 Hope nursing Love (Miss Morris), by E. Fisher (Maggs), £7. 

122 Mary Duchess of Ancaster, by R. Houston ; Lady Fenoulhet, by J . MacArdell ; 

and Maria Countess of Waldegrave, by the same (Hannaford), £2 los. 

123 Sir Joshua Reynolds, by S. W. RejTiolds (Bihn), £1 is. 

124 Garrick between Tragedy and Comedy, by E. Fisher (Doig), £2. 

125 Charles James Fox, by J. Jones (Hannaford), £1. 

126 Sir John Aubrey, by J. Jones (Hannaford), £1 3s. 

127 " Love me, love my dog " (Miss Bowles), by C. Turner ; A contemplative 

youth (Master Brown), by C. H. Hodges (James), £1. 

128 General Kingsley, by R. Houston, two impressions (Parker), £1 12s. 

Stipples- 

129 Master Leicester Stanhope, by F. Bartolozzi, in brown (Bihn), £3 ids. 

130 Master Henry Hoare, by C. Wilkin (A. Davis), £3. 

131 Angehca Kauffman, by F. Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Bihn), £3. 

Sir Thomas Lawrence. 

134 Miss Macdonald, by S. Cousins (Meatyard), £2 los. 

135 Miss Croker, by S. Cousins (Meatyard), £3. 

136 Lady Peel, by S. Cousins (Bihn), £1. 

137 Mrs. Littleton, by C. Turner (Jacobson), £1 13s. 

138 Lady Grosvenor, by C. Turner ; and The painter's study (Mrs. Wolff), by 

S. Cousins (Bihn), £2. 

139 Lady Georgiana Fane, by C. Turner (A. Davis), £1 los. 



157 The Red Cross Knight, by W. Say, after H. Thomson, mezzotint (Groves), £3. 

159 James Adair, F.R.S., King's Sargeant and Recorder of London, by C. H. Hodges, 

after G. Romney, open-letter proof (Groves), £1 los. 

160 Richard Porson, M.A., Greek Professor of the University of Cambridge, by C. 

Turner, after T. Kurkby (— ), £1 15s. 

161 Shooting, by W. Wollett, after G. Stubbs ; and The wood nymph, by J. R. 

Smith, after Woodford (Brail), £2 15s. 

174 Bendigo, Champion prize fighter, by C. Hunt, aquatint, in colour, modern 

copy (Pritchard), £2. 

175 Boy with a birds' -nest, small oval, in colour (Jenkenson), £1 3s. 

176 Departure of Mary Stuart from France, circle, in colour (Keats), £2 15s. 

177 A St. Giles' beauty, by Boilet, after J. H. Benwell, coloured (Parkin), £1 los. 

198 The cottage girl, by W. Ward, after M. A. Shee (Lighter), £4 los. 

199 Milk maid and cow herd, by J. R. Smith, after G. Morland (F. Daniell), £8. 



From the Collection of the late A. B. Stewart, Esq., 
RawclifEe, Glasgow. 

212 Aiken, H., Fox hunting: Going to cover; Breaking cover; Full cry; and 
Treeing the fox, by Sutherland, aquatints, coloured, damaged (Graves), £11. 

215 Rowlandson, T., An Italian family, by S. Aiken, aquatint, coloured (Parsons), 

£1 5s. 

216 Debucourt, " Route de Poissey," after C. Vernet, aquatint, coloured (Bihn), 

£3 I2S. 6d. 

Etchings on Metal. 
220 Wilkie, David, The etched plate of mother and child in Dutch costume ; and 
an impression (Rimell), £13. 



Sotheby's.] April 2 and 3, 1914- 263 

221 Gheyn, P., Etching on silver plate — Virgin and child, seated on the moon 
(Rimell), £10. 

260 Pass, Crispin de, Portrait of Queen Elizabeth wearing the dress in which she 

went to St. Paul's to return thanks for the destruction of the Spanish 
Armada, after I. Oliver (F. Daniell), £15. 

261 Watson, J., after G. Metzu, The musical lady ; and the Female correspondent 

(BraU), £4 los. 
264 Views of the City of Quebec, a pair, aquatints ; by J . C. Stadler, after D. Heriot, 
(Rimell), £16 los. 



April 3, 1914. Christie's. 

The property of Edward first Earl of EUenborough, the 
property of Arthur Maitland Wilson, Esq., Stowlangtoft 
Hall, Bury St. Edmunds, and Pictures and Pastels from 
different sources. 



The property of Arthur Maitland Wilson, Esq., Stow- 
langtoft Hall, Bury St. Edmunds. 

PRINTS. 

1 The deserter, after H. W. Bunbury, by W. Dickinson, in colours ; A peasant 

family, after J. B. Greuze ; and three others (Blencowe), £3 3s. 

2 A fish market ; A fruit market ; and A herb market, after Synders and Lang 

Jan, by R. Earlom (Blencowe), £4 14s. 6d. 

3 A Winter's tale, after J. Opie, R.A., by V. Green ; and The Earl of Sandwich, 

after J. Zoffany, R.A., by the same (Blencowe), £9 gs. 
DRAWINGS. 

4 Buckley, J.E., 1816, The front of Oriel College, Oxford, 10 X i si (Blencowe), 

£3 3S. 

5 Werner, C, The old courtyard, 2ii X 15J (Wintemitz), £1 iis. 6d. 

PICTURES. 
British Schooi.. 

6 Barenger, J., 18 19, St. Bernard and fox terrier, in a landscape, 71 X 60 (Browne) 

£1 IS. 

7 CoEins, Eton from the river ; and Beach scene : Stormy weather (Leger), £3 3s 

8 Constable, J., R.A., Dedham vale and Shalford village, 18J x 24 (Leggatt), 

£54 I2S. 

9 Constable, J., R.A., On the Thames: Essex coast, panel; and Extensive 

landscape (Evans), £15 15s. 

10 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1867, Cow and three sheep, on the bank of a river, 36 X 29} 

(Roe), £81 i8s. 

11 Cotman, J. S., River scene, with sailing barges and figures — 18 X 26 (Evans), 

£21- 

12 Cotman, J. S., An old farmstead— 19J X i7i (Evans), £10 los. 

13 Crome, J., Yarmouth jetty, with boats, carts and figures — 35^ X 49 (Leggatt), 

£44 2S. 

14 Crome, J., Woody landscape, with peasant near a gate : cottages among trees 

—20 X i6i (Tooth), £12 I2S. 

15 Gainsborough, Landscape, with church, windmill, and a man ploughing — 8J X 

17 (Gibson), £21. 

16 Holland, J., 1846, View in Venice, with figures — 23 X 19 (Saunders), £21. 



264 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

17 Hurlstone, F. Y., Columbus asking alms at the convent — 49 X 56 (Jones), 

^10 10s. 

18 Lucas, Shepherd and gipsies on a heath ; and Travelling peasants (Dowdeswell), 

;fl0 los. 

G. MORLAND. 

19 Hilly bay scene : miller, with a white horse, followed by his wife and child, 

walking towards a boat, a dog in the foreground (signed and dated 1792) — 
39 X 56 (Agnew), £262 los. 

20 Farm scene, with horsemen, peasant-women, and pigs — 27 X 35 (Leger), £34 13s. 

21 Winter quarters — 19^ x 25J (Evans), £57 15s. 

22 Landscape, with horsemen and fishermen — 17 X 23J (Perry), £5 5s. 



23 Smythe, E. R., Lions' heads — 34 x 27 (Blencowe), £1 iis. 6d. 

24 Stanfield, Belgian town, on a canal, with boats, panel — 12 X 9J (Gooden and 

Fox), £5 15s. 6d. 

25 Thom, J. C., 1870, Winter sunset : wood gathering — 25 X 47 (Wallis), £9 9s. 

26 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., View on the Brent, near Brentford, on the high bank 

a wagon, and in the distance, through the trees, the harvest field — 
14I X 27 (Agnew), £420. 

27 WestaU, R., R.A., Coast scene, with boats and fisherfolk : Moonrise, panel — 

i3i X iii (Evans), £5 5s. 

28 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., Sheep- washing— 17 J X 22J (Agnew), £18 i8s. 

29 Wilson, R., R.A., Extensive landscape : Sunset — 19J X 26 (Agnew), £33 12s. 

Italian School. 

30 Borgognone, Two horsemen fighting — 38 X 48 (CoUings), £11 iis. 

31 Canaletto School. Procession of the Bucentaur ; and Canal scene, Venice 

(Leger), £15 15s. 

32 RaffaeUino Dal Colle. The Nativity, panel — 65 X 44 (Maynard), £11 iis. 

33 Dolci, Mater Dolorosa, on copper ; and A cavalry skirmish, panel (Maynard), 

£3 3S. 

34 Domenichino (after), A Persian Sibyl — 42^ X 34 (Parry), £6 6s. 

35 Sassoferrato, Madoima and child — 29 J X 24 (Parry), £8 8s. 

36 Italian School. Holy family, with angels ; and Madonna and Child, panel 

(Winternitz), £4 4s. 

37 Italian School. The Almighty, and Saints, on copper ; and Head of the 

Madonna (Grose), £2 2S. 

38 Poussin, G., View of Tivoli ; and Shepherds at a well (Maynard), £3 3s. 

39 Rosa, Salvator, Rocky landscapes, with hermit and soldiers, a pair — 19 x 29 

(Grose), £i iis. 6d. 

40 Veronese, Christ healing the sick, on copper — 21 X 17 (Maynard), £3 3s. 

Dutch School. 

41 Bloemen, J. F. van, Halt of a himting-party before a mansion — 28 J x 44i 

(Maitland), £6 i6s. 6d. 

42 Dutch School. Poultry and hawk ; and Woody river scene (Maitland), £9 9s. 

43 Fergue, F., Woody river scene, with travelling peasants and animals, panel — 

21 X 29 (Nash), £3 13s. 6d. 

44 Goyen, J. van, View of Rhein-on-the-Ems : On a promontory stretching into 

the river stand the palace, church and town ; along its front boats at anchor ; 
on the near bank figures and animals, with a ferry-boat arriving, signed with 
initials, and dated 1644, panel— 25^ X 37J (Martin), £892 los. 



Christie's.] April 3, 1914. 265 

45 Goyen, J. van, The Valkenhof at Nimeguen, seen from the river with row-boats 

moored against the walls of the castle ; a small boat with three men on the 
right ; sailing-boats beyond ; signed with initials, and dated 1639 — 31J x 
47 (Dowdeswell), £252. 

46 Hondius, A., A stag-hunt, signed, and dated 1671 — 84 x 107 (Gooden & Fox), 

£44 2S. 

47 Ruysdael, S. van. The landing-stage : Wide river, with ferry-boat laden with 

peasants, two cows, and a trumpeter ; on the right bank among trees 
an old building, near which are a stage-carriage and a farm-cart ; boats 
and figures in the foreground ; in the distance on the left a village and 
sailing-boats ; signed with initials, and dated 1661 — 43 X 60 (Agnew), 
£1,837 los. 

48 Swanevelt, H., Woody river scene, with herdsmen and animals ; Tobias and 

the angel in the foreground, panel — 19J x 16J (Evans), £7 7s. 

49 Teniers, Vulcan's forge — zij X 31 (Schroeder), £15 15s.. 



The Property of Francis Wellesley, Esq., — 

PASTELS. 
Russell, J., R.A., George Medley, Esq., of Grosvenor Place, in blue dress, with 
white stock and lace frills ; powdered wig ; seated on a brocaded settee ; 
red curtain background ; and Mrs. George Medley, nee Paul, in yellow 
decollete dress, with pale blue sash, in a landscape, resting her right elbow 
on a stone pedestal, a pair ; the lady's portrait signed, and dated 1777 — 
34 X 29 (Evelyn), £210. 



Different Properties, 

PASTEL. 

51 Gardner, D., Miss Burgoyne, daughter of Sir John Burgoyne, who fought 

in the American War of Independence. In grey dress, with black cape 
and large black hat — 24 X 19 (Jukes), £50 8s. 
Pictures. 

52 Bellini, Giovanni, Madonna and Child, with saints : In the centre is seated 

the Virgin in red dress, and blue robs, holding the Infant Saviour ; on 
her right Saint Paul, and on her left Saint Peter, panel — 12J x 15^ (Agnew), 

£714- 

53 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Admiral Swainton, in grey coat, with white facings 

and white vest ; powdered hair — 28 X 23J (Smith), £136 los. 

54 Stiy, J. van. Landscape, with cattle and figures near a farm, panel — 18 X 24^ 

(Evans), £21 

55 Romncy, G., John Honywood, Esq., in blue coat with red facings, yellow vest 

and white stock — 29 x 24 (Lees), £336. 

56 Neefs, Peter, Interior of a church, with figures by F. Francks, panel — 27 X 43 

(C. Davis), £68 5s. 

57 Victoors, Jan, Girl, in rich dress, at a window — 36 X 29 (Fawcett), £63. 

58 Dance, N., R.A., David Garrick, in claret-coloured coat, white vest, black 

breeches, and white stockings ; standing in a landscape, holding his hat and 
stick — 92 X 56J (Williams), £126. 

59 Early English School. Lady, in pink dress, with white cap, oval — 69 X 24 

(Lewis), £63. 

60 Teniers, D., Lady, in black cloak and hood, holding a fan ; signed, and dated 

1677— 45i X 34i (Holland), £54 12s. 



266 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

6i Dyck, Sir A. Van, Lady (said to be Diana, Countess of Oxford), in black dress 
trimmed with fvir ; pearl necklace and earrings — 28^ X 23^ (Lewis), £84. 

62 Velde, W. van de, Shipping in a calm— 12^ X loj (Asscher), £39 i8s. 

63 School of Westphalia, Triptych, with the Nativity in the centre ; the Annuncia- 

tion and the Circumcision on either wing, panel, centre panel — 28 X iSJ 
(Cohen), £39 i8s. 

64 Heem, J. D. de. Basket of fruit and other objects of still life on a table, panel — 

18J X 24J (Agnew), £31 los. 

65 Simon, M. E., Vertumnus and Pomona, panel — loj X 13^ (Bro\vn), £19 19s. 

66 Schall, J.', The bird-cage — loj X 9 (Dowdeswell), £22 is. 

67 Rembrandt, Head of an old man, panel — 6 X 4J (Schnell), £861. 

68 Murillo, Gentleman, in black dress ; and Lady, in black dress with slashed 

sleeves, a pair — 37 x 27 (Wood), £78 15s. 

69 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Sir Robert Hawley, Bart., in purple dress, with grey 

wig — 29 X 24 (Hill), £31 los. 

71 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., John, Second Earl of Upper Ossory, in dark coat 

trimmed with gold braid and lined with fur ; crimson braided vest and white 
stock ; seated at a table, holding some papers — 49 X 39 (Pollard), £840. 

72 Frye, T., 1742, Gentleman, in grey costume, seated by a table ; and Lady, in 

red dress with pearl ornaments, seated — a pair, 43J x 39^ (Agnew), £115 los. 

73 Bles, H. Met de. Adoration of the shepherds, panel — 26^ >: 21J (Parker), 

£54 I2S. 

74 Hoppner, Thomas Campbell, Esq., in blue coat with white stock — 29I X 24 J 

(Leger), £10 los. 

75 Rubens, The meeting of Abraham and Melchizedek, panel — 21 x 27 (St. Hense), 

£50 8s. 

76 Vincent, G., The travelling tinker— 40 X 50 (Fuller), £189. 

77 Goyen, Van, River scene, with buildings, boats, and figures, panel — ijj x 2oi 

(Von MaUmann), £152 5s. 

78 Diepraam, A., A merry company : Interior of a tavern, with a peasant in red 

blouse and dark breeches, beating a drum ; a boy dancing behind ; while 
in the background are seen boors smoking and drinking ; signed, and dated 
1677 — i8i X 22i (Weeks), £73 los. , 

79 Ovens, Juriaen, Cavalier, in rich dress and red cloak, attended by his page, 

who leads a horse ; a dog by his side — 75 X 48 (Leaf), £152 5s. 

80 Ovens, Juriaen, Lady, in rich dress, seated in a landscape ; her young daughter 

stands by her side, and beyond is her son in a dark blue, dress — 75 x 48 
(Pawsey & Payne), £315. 

81 Morland, G., Contentment— 25 X 30 (Permain), £157 los. 

82 Hogarth, W., Miss Molly Jones, in dark dress with pink sleeves ; jewel orna- 

ments — igf X i4i (Matthew), £13 13s. 

83 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., Gentleman in grey coat with white stock, powdered 

hair, figure turned slightly to the right — 29 X 24! (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£567- 

84 Early Flemish School. The descent from the Cross, panel — nj x 14 (Wells), 

85 Penny, E., R.A., Apparent dissolution; and Returning animation, a pair — 

R.A., 1780 — 49 X 39 ; a pair of prints were sold with the pictures (Heath), 
£14 14s. 

86 Ramsay, Allan, Mrs. Travers (nee Catherine Thomas), in white dress with 

lace trimmings and blue bows ; red scarf, and pearl necklace — 35J X 274 
(Lewis), £57 15s. 



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87 Honthorst, G. van, Gentleman, in dark dress with white lace collar ; and Lady, 

in dark dress with deep collar, a pair (ovals) ; signed, and dated 1645, panel 
— 28i X 22i (Neumans), £c20 los. 

88 Murillo, Jacob placing branches in the well, Genesis XXX — 66 X 88 (Neumans), 

£99 15s. 

89 Guardi, F., The Island of San Giorgio, Venice, with gondolas and figures — 

6i X 9i (Clanricarde), £89 5s. 

90 Guardi, F., An island near Venice, with gondolas and figures — 6i X 9^ (McKay), 

£84. 

gr Guardi, F., Islands near Venice, with boats and gondolas, a pair — 4! x 7i 
(Schnell), £31 los. 

92 Romney, G., Miss Mary Ruck : Only daughter of George Ruck, Esq., of 

Swyncombe, co. Oxford ; married, March 19th, 1780, Benjamin Keene, 
Esq., M.P., died 1823 : In white dress, cut low at the neck, with yellow 
scarf thrown round her shoulder ; her hair bound with a coloured kerchief ; 
landscape background, oval — 28J X 23J (Agnew), £3,150. 

93 Hals, F., A flute player : A laughing boy, in brown slashed dress, with white 

collar and cuffs ; long flowing brown hair ; his left hand raised and holding 
a flute, panel — 16J x 13J (West), £504. 

94 Copley, J. S., R.A., The little gardener : Young girl, in white dress, with pink 

sash, and black hat ; in a garden, pushing a toy barrow in which are some 
flowers— 49i x 39 (Agnew), £945. 

95 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Rev WilUam Stevens, D.D., in black dress and gown, 

with white bands ; short grey wig ; seated to the right in a crimson arm- 
chair, resting his head upon his left hand, and holding a book in his right — 
49i X 39J (Agnew), £997 los. 

The following formed part of the Collection of Pictures 
belonging to the Estate of Edward, First Earl of 
Ellenborough, deceased. 

PICTURES. 

96 Bordone, Paris, Gentleman in black dress fastened at the neck by a cord with 

small tassels ; white coUar ; holding a paper in his right hand — 26 X 24 
(Agnew), £504. 

97 Bosch, Jerom, Adoration of the Magi, panel — 29^ X 21J (St. Hense), £2,205. 

98 School of Cologne. Emperor Maximilian I as one of the Magi ; left wing of 

a triptych, panel — 45 X 14* (Frost), £74 iis. 

99 Cranach, Lucas, MelanchoUa : On the extreme left a young woman in red 

dress, whittling a stick ; before her a group of children dancing and sleeping, 
while two play musical instruments ; above appear '■ Melancholia," 
figures and witches, some of whom are riding on horseback ; through a 
window a distant landscape ; signed with cipher, and date 1533, panel — 
igi X 28J (Agnew), £892 los. 

100 ; School of Durer. Emperor Maximilian I, in crimson dress, \\-ith fur cape and 
black hat, holding a pomegranate ; inscription and coat-of-arms above, 
panel — 29J X 23J (Martin), £283 los. 

loi Holbein, H., Gentleman, in black dress and cap, holding a book in his left hand, 
panel, circular — 7J ins. diameter (Mori), £162 15s. 

102 Hooghe, P. de, A musical party: Three ladies and a gentleman — 22x26 (Martin), 

£315- 

103 Krell, H., The elector of Saxony and his suite, in the garden of a palace, receiving 

a visit of six ladies and two children ; signed with monogram, panel — 
25i X 30J (Pawsey & Pajiie), £189. 



268 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

104 Maes, N., Lady, in white satin dress, with pearl necklace and ornaments, in a 

landscape before a fountain ; signed, and dated 1660, panel — 17 x 13 
(Tooth), £37 16s. 

105 School of Simon Marmion. The death of a saint : The saint lies in a bed, on 

which is a green coverlet, and is receiving Extreme Unction from a monk 
in white Augustin robes, with a black cape, while a group of nine fellow 
monks stand behind, panel — 53J X 25* (Huggins), £2,625. 

106 The Master of the Death of the Virgin. Lady, in black and grey dress, cut low 

at the neck and showing a chemisette ; sleeves of brown fur, terminating 
in crimson cufis over white Unen undersleeves ; white linen coif ; a gold 
chain round her neck ; holding a ring and enamel trinkets ; panel — 
i6|^ X I3i (Agnew), £1,837 los. 

107 The Master of the death of the virgin. Gentleman, in dark dress, open at the 

neck and showing a white shirt ; dark brown coat trimmed with fur ; black 
cap ; holding a scroll in his right hand and coins in his left ; panel — 
i6i X 13J (Agnew), £294. 

108 The Master of the Legend of Saint Lucy. Scenes from the life of Saint Barbara : 

On the extreme right the tower in which the Saint is imprisoned ; in the 
foreground a canopied porch, from which the saint is being brought forth by 
an angel, and again is seen being baptized by Saint John, while the Trinity 
appears in the clouds above her head ; in the centre, Christ handing the 
saint a martyr's palm ; in the foreground her father, Diocurus, in Oriental 
costume, brandishing his sword and threatening the saint, who is concealing 
herself in a rock which opens for her protection ; on the extreme left Saint 
Barbara between two guards, brought before the Pro-Consul Marcian, who 
is seated under a turreted porch ; a street and buildings in the background, 
panel — 28 J X 47J (Colnaghi & Obach), £283 los. 

109 Meek, J. van. The Holy Family with Saint Anne, panel — igf X 12^ (Coureau), 

£94 lOS. 
no School of Memling. Madonna and Child enthroned : The Virgin, in red dress 
and dark blue robe, wearing a jewelled chaplet, seated on a canopied throne ; 
on her lap the Infant Saviour, Wlio is offering a flower to an angel, on the 
left of the throne ; on the right another angel, holding up a missal ; panel — ■ 
29J X i9i (Charles), £1,522 los. 

111 Mytens, D., Child, in embroidered dress with white ruff, and felt hat with 

feather ; standing in an apartment, holding a spear, and caressing a dog, 
panel — 42 x 26 (Agnew), £168. 

112 Sarto, Del, Youth, in dark dress and cap, panel — 24^ X 19J (Glen), £105. 

113 Titian, Gentleman, in dark dress with small white collar; panel — 21^ x 16 

(Leger), £10 los. 

114 Dyck, Sir A. van. Gentleman, in dark dress with white ruff and fur cape, seated 

by a table ; architectural background ; panel — iij x 9 (St. Hense), 
£136 lOS. 

Property of the late C. E. Newton-Robinson, Esq. 

PICTURES. 

115 Barbari, Jacopo da, Madonna and Child, under an architectural canopy; 

panel — 30J x 30J (Gooden & Fox), £21. 

116 Dutch School. Figures in a barn, panel ; and Study of a tree trunk (Maynard), 

117 Dobson, W., Nathaniel Lee, dramatic poet, in white costume — 33^ X 29 J 

(Paterson), £33 12s. 



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118 Early English School. The Pitt family: Representing the family of George 

Pitt, Esq., born 1722 ; M.P. for Dorset, 1747-1774 ; created Lord Rivers, 
1778 ; a group of five persons in a garden near a house — 47 x 59J (C. Davis), 
£462. 

119 Hogarth, W., Gentleman, his wife, and their son, in an apartment — 45 X 59 

(Lewis), £9 9s. 

120 KneUer, Sir G., Sidney, Earl of Godolphin, in brown cloak, with white cravat, 

oval — 29i X 24i (Leger), £3 13s. 6d. 

121 Richardson, J., The artist, in great coat and blue turban — 23 X 20 (Agnew), 

£8 8s. 

122 Wilson, R., R.A., Lake of Nemi, panel — 15 X 21 (Agnew), £42. 

123 Wilson, R., R.A., ItaUan river scene, with castle and figures — 20J X 29J 

(Paterson), £27 6s. 

124 Zoffany, J., R.A., David Garrick and Mrs. Cibber, in the Play of " Venice 

Preserved" — 39* X 49J (Knoedler), £23 2S. 

125 Zoffany, J., R.A., Admiral Lord George Anson, standing in an apartment before 

a hemisphere — 19J X 13 (Leggatt), £2 2s. 

Property of the late Sir J. C. Robinson. 

PICTURES. 

126 Herrera, Francisco, The master and his men : Interior, with gentleman in 

dark dress trimmed with fur, seated at a table on which are viands ; before 
him kneels a peasant, while two of his companions stand behind — 62 x 74 
(CoUings), £44 2S. 

127 Herrera, Francisco, The vintage : Group of three peasants round a barrel 

containing grapes ; the owner of the vineyard seen in the centre — 62 x 74 
(CoUings), £21. 

128 Pacheco, Francisco, The fight at the fair : Market scene, with figures ; vege- 

tables, fish and utensils in the foreground — 76 x 105 (Schroeder), £21. 

129 Palma, Jacopo, The Holy Family with Saints — 46 X 57i (Hockliffe), £9 9s. 

130 Rubens, Sir P. P., Landscape, with a boar-hunt — 62^x90 (Neumans),£i78 los. 

131 Schiavone, Death of a monk, panel — 14 X iij (Winternitz), £2 2s. 

132 Zurburan, F., Adoration of the shepherds — 64 x 8ii (Nash), £3 3s. 



April 6, 1 9 14. Christie's 

Drawings, the property of the late C. E. Newton- 
Robinson, Esq. 

DRAWINGS. 

In the Folio. 

English School. 

1 Constable, J., R.A., Tottenham Mill ; Petworth, etc., eight drawings on seven 

mounts, pencil (Wyndham), £8 i8s. 6d. 

2 Constable, J., R.A., Studies of buildings; Landscapes, etc., ten drawings on 

five mounts, pencil (SchneU), £6 i6s. 6d. 

3 Cooke, E. W., R.A., Het Y van de Wester Dyk ; Botten on the Y ; Four land- 

scapes ; and Studies of landscapes, etc., by R. P. Bonington, eleven on 
eight mounts, pencil (MacClean), £2 15s. 

4 Cotman, J . S., Sea pieces ; Landscapes, and other studies, fourteen on eight 

mounts, pencil (Paterson), £4 5s. 

5 Cotman, J. S., Framlingham Castle, Norfolk; Old South Tower, Yarmouth; 

and A gateway, pencil ; and Two sea pieces, by Sir A. W. Callcott, R.A., 
pencil and sopia, five on four mounts (Palser), £4. 



270 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

6 Cotman, J. S., River scene, with a wherry; View on the Thames ; and two 

others (Paterson), £39 i8s. 

7 Flaxman, J., R.A., Cupid and Campaspe ; and other drawings, by the same, 

eight on five mounts (Paterson), £1. 

8 Fry, Roger, View on the River Mole (Paterson), £2 5s. 

T. Gainsborough, R.A. 

9 Study of Mrs. Robinson (Perdita) ; and The Misses Linley, black chalk (Evans), 

£26 5S. 

10 The artist in cocked hat ; and Head of the artist, pencil (Agnew), £17 6s. 6d. 

11 Portrait of the Earl of Arran, black and red chalk (Paterson), £31 ids. 

12 Mr. and Mrs. Kirby seated in a landscape, pencil (Evans), £12 12s. 

13 Sketch with trees ; and An old horse, pencil (Paterson), £10 los. 

14 Two studies of trees ; and A broken fence, black chalk (Paterson), £10 los. 

15 Landscape with three figures, pencil (Paterson), £11 os. 6d. 

16 A sand bank ; and A sandy road, pencil (Evans), £9 9s. 

17 Henderson, J., Landscapes; Coast scenes; Buildings; etc., twenty on eleven 

mounts, pencil (Paterson), £1 is. 

18 Hogarth, W., Studies for the industrious and the idle apprentice, pen and 

wash (Leggatt), £61 19s. 

19 Hogarth, W., Sancho at the feast, Indian ink ; a print of the same ; and Musi- 

cians (Paterson), £19 19s. 

20 Hunt, W., The artist's daughter ; and A girl plaiting straw (Pawsey & Payne), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

21 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., Studies of female figures, charcoal (Paterson), £3. 

22 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., Study of a boy, black and white chalk (Paterson), 

IDS. 6d. 

23 Lewis, J. F., R.A., Heads of lions ; A tiger ; An eagle, etc., black, white, and 

red chalk (Huggins), £6 6s. 

24 Lewis, G. R., A folio containing about three hundred small pencil sketches of 

landscapes (Paterson), £1 is. 

25 LinneU, J., Sen., A cottage, MiUbank ; A lake scene, by G. Barret ; A street 

scene, by G. Arnald, A. R.A. ; and A cornfield, by P. De Wint, pencil (Pater- 
son), £1 los. 

26 Prout, S., Ulm ; Strasburg ; and Lake Nemi, by J. D. Harding, pencil (Gute- 

kunst), £2 I OS. 

27 Richardson, J., Head of the artist, red chalk ; Lady at an embroidery frame, 

by Maria Cosway ; and A peasant girl, by H. Morland, pencil (Pawsey and 
Payne), £2 15s. 

28 Romney, G., Two studies of ladies ; Ten sketches of figures, by J. Constable, 

R.A., pencil ; and Two girls, by Rev. W. Peters, R.A., pen and ink, thirteen 
on three mounts (Schnell), £19 19s. 

29 Ruskin, J., Venice and Verona ; Worshippers at a church, by P. Renouard ; 

and five others (Paterson), £1 6s. 

30 Stevens, Alfred, Studies for drapery ; and The Madonna and Child, red chalk 

(Paterson), £25 4s. 

31 Stevens, Alfred, Study for the title-page of " Once a week " ; and Study for 

architectural decoration (Hardie), £3 3s. 

32 Stothard, T., R.A., Classical friezes and designs for medallions, six on four 

mounts, sepia (MacClean), £2 5s. 

33 Stothard, T., R.A., Studies of classical figures, etc., thirteen on six mounts, 

sepia (Paterson), £1 is. 

34 Stothard, T., R.A., Design for a silver candelabrum ; and Designs for monu- 

ments, etc., sepia (Paterson), £1 is. 



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35 Stothard, T., R.A., View of Chepstow, Southall ; and fourteen others (Reit- 

linger), ,^3 los. 

36 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Windsor Castle ; Off Hastings, by J. Cristall, R.A. ; 

and five others (Evans), £6 6s. 

37 Varley, J., Studies of landscapes and buildings, seventeen on seven mounts, 

pencU and chalk (Paterson), /2. 

38 Varley, J., Studies of river scenes, landscapes, and buildings, seventeen on 

six mounts, pencil and chalk (Paterson), £2 los. 

39 Varley, J., Landscapes, Buildings, Old barges, etc., in pencil and chalk (Falser), 

£2 15s. 

40 Varley, J., River scenes ; Trees ; Buildings, etc., twelve on six mounts, pencil 

and chalk (Paterson), £2 los. 

41 Varley, J., Studies of river scenes, boats, and buildings, eleven on five mounts, 

pencU and chalk (Paterson), los. 6d. 

42 de Wilde, S., 1793, Head of a boy, coloured chalk ; Girl with a flute, 1800, 

ditto ; and A lady, 1800, pencil sketch (Reithnger), £2 15s. 

French School. 

43 Boucher, Venus and Cupid ; and Portrait of a lady, black and white (Rodrigues), 

£5- 

44 Brun, C. le, Classical subject, pen and wash ; Christ washing the Disciples' 

feet, by V. Carducci, pen and blue wash ; and Studies by Salvator Rosa, 
pen and ink (Paterson), £1 is. 

45 Lange, Janet, An historical scene, black chalk ; Study for " Les Demiers 

Larmes," by N. Diaz, ditto ; Venus and Cupid, by ditto, red chalk ; Two 
studies, by P. Hervier, etc. (Paterson), £10 los. 

46 Prince, Le, A peasant family ; and Pastoral figures, sepia ; A pieta, ditto ; 

and The birth of Saint John, by Jacques Stella, Indian ink (Rodrigues), 

£12 I2S. 

47 Loo, C. van, Prometheus, red chalk (Paterson), £10 los. 

48 Lorraine, Claude, Figures sacrificing ; and Study of trees, sepia (Paterson), 

£22 IS. 

Italiax School. 

49 Berettini, P., The agony in the garden, red chalk and Indian ink ; The con- 

version of Saiol, by Carlo Maratti, black chalk ; A monk, by ditto, red chalk ; 
and Head of a lady, (Paterson), los. 6d. 

50 Cambiaso, A deposition ; A pieta ; and Christ bound, sepia wash (Paterson), 

105. 6d. 

51 Canini, Head of a man, with cap and feather, red chalk ; Study of a youth, by 

Salvestrini, black chalk ; The Virgin and ChUd, with Saint John, by Salviati, 
sepia wash ; and Design for a dome of a church, by Romanelli (Bateson), 
£6 16s. 6d. 

52 Carracci, A., Gethsemane ; A similar drawing ; Juno : Design for a ceiling, by 

A. D. Gabbiani ; and The ascension of the Virgin, by the same (Paterson), 
los. 6d. 
5 3 Carboni, Francesco, The Virgin and Child in Glory, sepia ; Study for the marriage 
of the Virgin, by F. Vanni (Paterson), los. 6d. 

54 CastigUone, B., The pool of Bethesda, Indian ink ; The woman taken in adultery, 

sepia, by C. M. Preti ; The birth of the Virgin ; and The Virgin and Child, 
with Saints, by Brina, sepia wash (Kunn), £4 14s. 6d. 

55 Chimenti, Jacopo, The baptism of a convert, sepia wash ; Saint John writing, 

by G. Passari ; The flight into Egypt, by G. Diziani, red chalk and wash ; 
and A saint adoring the Virgin, by Andrea Sacchi, sepia (Paterson), £x is. 



272 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

56 Dossi, Dosso, Saint Michael, sepia, heightened with white ; and Head of a 

man, with a study on the resverse, coloured chalk (Paterson), £1 is. 

57 Sassoferrato, The Madonna and Child, with Saint Elizabeth and Saint John, 

black chalk ; Three angels, by C. Bernini ; Christ taken to prison, design 
for tinted woodcut, by P. F. Mazzuchetti ; and Centaurs and figures, by 
G. Cesari, black and red chalk (Evans), £4. 14s. 6d. 

58 Ferri, Ciro, Martyrdom of Saint Lawrence, sepia ; Christ in the Temple, by 

Ludovico Cardi, ditto ; Saint John and Saint Peter at Bethany, by Pietro 
di Pietri, pencil (Paterson), 10s. 6d. 

59 Fontana, G., Hercules and Cacus, pen and sepia wash ; A saint healing the sick, 

by Rotari, ditto ; The Ascension of the Virgin, by G. dal Sole, bistre wash ; 
A deposition, by L. Farracci, Indian ink ; and another (Paterson), los. 6d. 

60 Galli, Ferdinando, Interior of a church, pen and ink ; Neptune in his chariot, 

by P. Battoni, black and white on blue paper ; Head of a lady, by Carpioni, 
red chalk ; and another (Paterson), los. 5d. 

61 Ghezzi, Pier Leone, Studies (3) of heads and figures, pen, ink, and wash (Bate- 

son), £4 5s. 

62 Giordano, Luca, Priests of Baal overthrown, pen and sepia wash; and Saint 

Benedict exorcising the demon, by L. Carracci, red wash, engraved (Pater- 
son), £1 IS. 

63 Guercino, Head of an old man, a study for one of the heads in Sir R. Walpole's 

picture at Houghton ; The Crucifixion ; Sketches of figures ; Madonna and 
Child ; and Samson and the lion (Paterson), £2 2s. 

64 Lanfranco, Giovanni, A sacrifice, sepia wash ; The salutation, by Cristoforo 

Roncalli ; The baptism of converts, by Pietro Testa ; and The marriage of 
the Virgin, by Lazaro Baldi, sepia wash (Paterson), los. 6d. 

65 Leone, Ottavio, Gentleman with large ruff, black and white chalk (Agnew), 

£3 3S- 

66 Palma, Jacopo, An execution scene, sepia ; and The Virgin and Child, by 

Federigo Baroccio, charcoal (Paterson), los. 6d. 
65a Perugino,. a shepherd kneeling, piping, sepia, heightened with white (Paterson), 
£39 18s. 

67 Strada, Johannes, A river god, pen and ink ; A classical subject, by Giacomo 

Cavedone, red chalk and wash (Paterson), los. 6d. 

68 Tiepolo, G. B., A pieta, sepia wash ; and A landscape ; and Head of a man : 

School of Michael Angelo, red chalk (Kann), £3 3s. 

69 Tiepolo, G. B., Studies (5) of grotesque figures, black chalk (Paterson), 

£8 1 8s. 6d. 

70 Tiepolo, G. B., Studies (6) of grotesque heads, black chalk (Paterson), £10 los. 

71 Titian, Figure studies, three on one mount, sepia ; Sketch of a head, by Tin- 

toretto, charcoal ; A banqueting scene, by Pinturicchio, sepia ; Grotesque 
figures (Grose), £18 i8s. 

72 Vasari, Giorgio, Christ on the Cross, pen and sepia wash ; Saint Jerome, sepia 

wash, ditto ; Two studies of women, by Burin, pen and red chalk, ditto ; 
and The supper at Bmmaus, by Beneficiale (Paterson), £3 3s. 

73 Vecchio, Palma, The journey to Emmaus, Indian ink wash ; The deposition 

and The meeting of Joachim and Saint Anne, by Domenico Ghirlandaio, 
sepia (Paterson), £2. 

Swiss School. 

74 The judgment of Paris ; and Sea-horses and Triton, black and white (Reitlinger) , 

£2 5S- 

75 Lindtmayer, S. D., A guild supper, twenty-nine gentlemen seated round a 

table, signed, and dated 1584, Indian ink— 8J x 13I (Paterson), £30 9s. 



Christie's.] April 6, 1914. 273 

76 Nuscheler, H. (of Zurich), Christ in the house of Simon, sepia ; and Daniel in 

the lions' den, ditto (Paterson), £15 15s. 
Tj Stimmer, Tobias, Design for a glass panel, Indian ink ; and The legend of the 

woodcutter, dated 1542 : Bernese School, sepia and Indian ink (Paterson), 

£31 ros. 

Dutch and Flemish Schools. 

78 Balen, H. van. The flight into Egypt, sepia ; The adoration of the Magi, by 

De Vos, Indian ink wash ; A study, by W. Van de Velde, pencil ; and A 
river scene, by J. Van Bronkhorst, Indian ink wash (Paterson), £1 is. 

79 Bosch, Jerom, Study of grotesque figures, sepia (Paterson), £39 i8s. 

80 BriU, P., A rocky stream, sepia ; and Esther before Ahasuerus, by H. Schauf- 

telein, Indian ink (Reitlinger), £2 12s. 6d. 

81 Brakeleer, F. de. Interior, v.ith three figures saj'ing Grace ; and Jacob blessing 

the sons of Joseph, by Jan Lievens, sepia (Parsons), £2 2S. 

82 Israels, J., Children sailing a toy boat, pastel (Evans), £7 17s. 6d. 

83 Jordaens, J., Study for the triumph of SUenus, black and red chalk ; Head of a 

lady, ditto ; and Faun and panther (Bateson), £\ 4s. 
83A Maes, N., A woman sleeping, red chalk (Paterson), £42. 

84 Mauve, A., Cattle resting, black and red chalk ; and A heifer, black chalk 

(Paterson), £8. 

85 Mauve, A., A shed ; Head of a horse, by Charlet, chalk ; and Head of a calf, by 

Verlat, black and red chalk (Evans), £3 3s. 
■86 Rembrandt, Saint Jerome, Indian ink wash (Rodrigues), £16 i6s. 
Zy ScheUincks, W., The house of Burgomaster Pancras ; and A photograph of 

same, sepia (Paterson), £15 15s. 

88 Seghers, H., The outskirts of a town, sepia (Paterson), £15 15s. 

89 Dyck, Sir A. van, Charles II when a boy : A study for the picture at Windsor, 

charcoal (Paterson), £\\ iis. 

90 Dyck, Sir A. van. The Virgin and Child with Saint Elizabeth, Indian ink wash ; 

The Crucifixion, sepia ; and A cavaher on horseback (Reithnger), £3 3s. 

91 Verboom, A., Landscape, with two figures in a boat (Schnell), £3 3s. 

92 Vliet, W. van. The release of Saint Peter ; and Samuel and Eh, Rembrandt 

School, sepia (Schnell), £7 17s. 6d. 

93 Rubens, The vision of Saint Dominic, sepia with white ; The triumph of Bacchus, 

by Lanfranco, sepia (Paterson), £1 iis. 6d. 
Framed. 

94 Beardsley, Aubrey, A lady, black and white — 9 X 6i (Bateson), £4 14s. 6d. 

95 ClenneU, Luke, An old village — 14 X 14 (Lampson), £4 4s. 

T. Gainsborough, R.A. 

96 Landscape, with tree stumps in the foreground, black and white chalk — 

9J X 14 (Von Mallmann), £15 15s. 

97 Landscape, with horsemen at a stream, black chalk — gf X 12J (Mond), £16 i6s. 

98 Landscape, with a hme-kiln, black chalk — gj x i2i (Paterson), £21. 

99 Woody road scene, black and yeUow chalk — loj X 12J (Paterson), £19 19s. 

100 Coast scene with shipping and figures, sepia wash — loi X 14 (Von Mallmann), 

£58 i6s. 

10 1 Mansion, with figures, sepia ; Landscape, with peasants and donkey, charcoal 

(Schnell), £54 12s. 

102 A young gentleman walking, black chalk — X5| X iij (Mallmann), £14 14s. 

103 Haden, Seymour, Sketch of a dog, black and white — 13J X 17 (Mond), £2 5s. 

104 Holland, J., 1845, At Rotterdam — i6i X \i\ (Sampson), £11 iis. 

105 Holland, J., 1849, At Lynmouth — i3i X 2oi (Mond), £2 12s. 6d. 



274 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

io6 Lorraine, Claude, A walled garden with trees, pen and sepia wash — 8J X 6 
(Paterson), £44 2S. 

107 Morland, G., Head of the artist, black and white chalk ; and A landscape, 

sepia (SchneU), £6 6s. 

108 MuUer, W., 1835, Cadbone near Porlock, charcoal ; and Views of North Church, 

eight in one frame, sepia (Lampson), £4 4s. 
log Nash, J., Interior of Adlington Hall, Cheshire — i7i X 13 J (Falser), £3 3s. 
no Nielsen, Kay, Fallen leaves — 10 x 9 (Mond), £13 13s. 

111 Palmer, Samuel, Autumn — 7J x i6i (Paterson), £39 i8s. 

112 Peters, Rev. W., R.A., Portrait of Miss Dashwood, a sketch — loj X SJ 

(Rodrigues), £8 8s. 

113 Peters, Rev. W., R.A., Girl seated in a landscape, sepia, oval — 9I X 7i (SchneU), 

£9 9S- 

114 Romano, Antonio, Panorama of Naples, Indian ink — 6J X 67 (Paterson), 

los. 6d. 

115 Romney, Peter, Portrait of Miss Catherine Holden, a sketch, red, white, and 

black chalk — 10 X 7| (Paterson), £8 8s. 

116 Romney, Peter, Portrait of Lord Montford, red, white, and black chalk — loj X 

7 (Paterson), £5 5s. 

117 Romney, Peter, Portrait of Mrs. Marsh ; and Portrait of Miss Mary Bentfield, 

circular, red chalk and wash (Grose), £16 i6s. 

118 Romney, Peter, Portrait of Miss Shuttleworth, oval ; and Portrait of Doctor 

Asheton (Paterson), £15 15s. 

119 Stannard, J., 1829, Sketch of a barge — 14^ X 22 (Paterson), £1 is. 

120 Velde, W. van De, The launch of a ship, pen and bistre — 6i X iij (Patterson), 

£22 IS. 

121 De Wint, P., A gipsy encampment — 15 X laf (Lampson), £15 15s. 



April 17, 1914. Christie's, 

Pictures the property of Mr. J. L. Rutley, 5, Great 
Newport Street, W.C. 

PASTELS. 

1 Coypel, Voltaire, in red dress ; unframed, oval — 25 X 20J (Warner), £1 14s. 

2 Hoare, Anne, wife of Lord Ravensworth, in white dress — 224 X i7i (Leger), 

£6. 

PICTURES. 

3 Hon. Sir B. Hotham, one of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer, in crimson 

robes, resting his right hand on a book, unframed — 50 X 40 (E. Lewis), £7 5s. 

4 Head of Lord Castlereagh ; Gentleman, in classical dress, unframed ; and A 

Sibyl, unframed (Cohen), £8 8s. 

5 Sir Richard Tancred, in breastplate and buff doublet ; and Lady Tancred, in 

dark dress, a pair — 46i X 35 (Cohen), £6 6s. 

6 Lady, with her two maidservants ; and Lady, holding an apple (Pawsey and 

Payne), £33 12s. 

7 Lady, in rich dress ; with inscription, and date 1519, panel — 32J X21 (Warner), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

8 Lucretia ; and River scene, with ducks (Cohen), £15 15s. 

9 Lady, with lace cap (Parkenthorpe), £29 8s. 

10 Lady, in green dress, oval ; and Gentleman in red dress, holding a letter 
(Moore), £3 3s. 



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11 Thomas Campbell, in dark dress, seated by a table, holding a paper — 50 X 40 

(Cohen), £10 los. 

12 Thomas Hobson, Esq., of Cambridge, in grey dress, with dark cloak and hat — 

31 X 24 (Grose), £3 13s. 6d. 

13 George III., in Windsor uniform ; and A youth in green dress, with a dog 

(Moore), £2 2S. 

14 A Spanish peasant pouring out wine ; and Cornelius van der Geest, after 

Sir A. van Dyck ; and An old woman, holding a pan, unframed (Ryan), 
£6 i6s. 6d. 

15 The school-master — 24 X 31} (Cohen), £ii os. 6d. 

16 Louis XVI., in blue dress, at a locksmith's bench ■ and CavaUer, in armour ; 

oval, unframed (Moore), £4 4s. 

17 Richard Tancred, Esq., in dark dress with slashed sleeves, and white collar ; 

and Shield, Esq., musical composer, in dark dress, by J. Opie, R.A., 

(Nicholson), £7 i7f. 6d. 

18 Lady, in black dress, with white cap ; and Head of Henry VIII., on panel 

(Cohen), £11 iis. 

19 Gentleman, in dark coat, with red vest ; and Gentleman, in brown coat and 

red vest, unframed (Moore), £7 7s. 

20 Lady, in black dress, with large white lawn collar, holding a fan ; and Lady, 

in black dress with slashed sleeves, unframed (Lewis), £9 gs. 

21 Backhuysen, L., Shipping in a squall ; signed, and dated 1686, unframed — 

26 X 30^ (Cohen), £16 i6s. 

22 Backhuysen, L., Fishing boat in a breeze, ofl the coast — 17 X 22^ (Lewis), 

£10 lOS. 

23 Backhuysen, L., Shipping in a squall, unframed — 30 X 34 (Smith), £4 4s. 

24 Baptiste, J ., A monkey, with fruit ; and Flowers and pigeons, a pair — 33 X 47 

(Krell), £26 5S. 

25 Baptiste, J ., Flowers in a sculptured vase ; and Landscape, with travelling 

figures, by F. Moucheron, unframed (CoUings), £8 8s. 

26 Baptiste, Flowers and fruit ; and A conflagration, by E. van der Poel, on panel 

(Ceilings), £11 IIS. 

27 Barlow, F., Dead swan, dog and implements of the chaise — 45 X 57 (Roos), 

£12 IS. 6d. 

28 Bassen, B van. Interior of a cathedral, with Solomon's idolatry, panel — 

28 X 42 (Leger), £15 15s. 

29 Battoni, P., W. Aislabie, Esq., in red coat and vest ; and Head of Saint Peter 

(Knoedler), £9 gs. 

30 Berchem, N., The travellers, panel — 18J X 24I (Cohen), £19 19s. 

31 Bergen, D. van den, Cattle and sheep ; and the companion, a pair — 15 X i6i 

(Roos) £5 15s. 6d. 

32 Bergen, Figures, cattle and sheep, in a landscape ; and A philosopher in his 

study: School of Guido, unframed (Cohen), £5 5s. 

33 Bloemen, van. Cavaliers halting at a farrier's shop — 34J X 44* (Moore), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

34 Both, A., Ponte MoUe, Rome, with travelling peasants and animals — 41 X 52 J. 

(Roos), £8 i8s. 6d 

35 Bourdon, S., Market scene, with figures, unframed — 38i X 52 (Warner), 

£6 6s. 

36 Brauwer, Boors smoking ; and Interior, with figures playing cards, by De Hondt 

(St. Heus4), £9 19s. 6d. 

37 Canaletto, Church of the Redentore, Venice, with figures, unframed — 28 X 29^ 

(Nicholson), £2 2S. 



276 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

38 Miranda, Juan Carreno de, Charles II., of Spain, in armour, standing on a terrace 

— 85 X 56 (Cohen), £94 los. 

39 CastigUone, G. B., Dogs, other animals, and objects of still life — 56 X 97 

(Jacobs), £5 5s. 

40 Chardin, Monkey, cat, and still Ufe — 22 X 31 (Maynard), £1 iis. 6d. 

41 Collins, G., 1730, Dog, gun, and dead bittern — 33^ x 41} (CoUings), £5 5s. 

42 School of Cortona. A pieta ; A spaniel ; and The Nativity (Osborn), £7 7s. 

43 Cranach School. Lucretia, panel ; Figures, by T. Stothard, R.A., panel ; 

and Portrait of John Locke, pastel (Warner), £18 i8s. 

44 Cranach, J., Landscape, with a church; and Landscape: Moonlight, panel, a 

pair ; and Bay scene, with figures (H. Harris), £3 3s. 

45 Davies, J. Scarlett, Interior of the Jesuit Church at Munich — 46 X 57i (H. L 

Rutley), £7 17s. 6d. 

46 Dietricy, C. W. E., View of the castle of Marxburg on the Rhine, with fishermen 

— 31 X 40 (Cohen), £12 12s. 

47 Domenichino, Classical landscape, with figures ; and Landscape with peasant 

and animals (Roos), £4 14s. 6d. 
-48 Douw, Symon van. Halt of a hunting party ; signed, and dated 1653, unframed 
— 47i X 56 (Lewis), £31 los. 

49 Dutch School. Landscape, with horsemen and figures near a fountain, panel 

— 28J X 42 (Landstein), £4 4s. 

50 Early English School. Chief Justice Pratt, in crimson robes, seated, 

— 44i X 37i (Moore), £7 17s. 6d. 

51 Early English School. A divine, in white surplice, holding a book, oval — 

2gi X 24i (Moore), £5 5s. 
■52 Everdingen, A. van. Hilly river scene, with a castle, buildings and figures, 
— 17J X 24 (Roos), £15 15s. 

53 French School. Naicissus — 38J X 31J (Cohen), £35 14s. 

54 Fyt, Dead birds in a landscape — 35 X 46 (Cohen), £16 i6s. 

55 GUlemains, J. P., Fruit, unframed ; and River scene, with boats, panel (Reid), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

56 Giorgione, Landscape, with figures reposing in the foreground, panel — 67 X 90J 

(Cohen), £4 14s. 6d. 

57 Guercino, The Magdalen ; and The Virgin adoring the Infant Saviour, oval 

(Jacobs), £7 17s. 6d. 

58 Heyden, J . van der. Garden of a chateau, with a lady, cavaliers and gardener — 

8i X iij (Lewis), £4 14s. 6d. 

59 Hogarth, W., Gentleman, in blue dress, seated by a table, holding an architec- 

tural design — 22 x i6i (Knoedler), £22 is. 

60 Hondecoeter, M. d'. Domestic poultry — 40J x 56 (Kendal), £17 17s. 

61 Hondecoeter, M., d', A pheasant, partridges, pigeon, and other birds, in a land- 

scape — 36 X 29 (Cohen), £33 12s. 

62 Hondius, A., Dogs ; and Bitterns, a pair, panel — 10} X i3i (Ryan), £5 5s. 

63 Honthorst, Girl, with a spray of flowers ; and A peasant piping, a pair — 

24i X 29i (Ryan), £16 i6s. 

64 Honthorst, Man playing a violin ; and Saint James the Great by Ribera 

(Cohen), £29 8s. 

65 Hudson, T., Lady, in white dress, with blue cloak, standing by a table ; red 

curtain background — 53 X 38* (Cohen), £29 8s. 

66 Hudson, T., W. R. Earle, Esq. in blue coat and crimson vest trimmed with 

gold braid — 29^ x 25J (Lister), £6 i6s. 6d. 
■67 Hudson, T., Lady, in white dress, by an orange tree ; and Gentleman, in red 
dress with silver braid, unframed (Ryan), £18 i8s. 



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68 Hudson, T., Lady, in yellow dress, seated by a table, holding a book, un- 

framed — 50 x 40 (Harries), £14 14s. 

69 Hudson, T., Lady, in white dress, seated, holding a fan; and Spencer 

Percival, Esq., holding a paper, unframed (Moore), £6 i6s. 6d. 

70 Huysmans, J., Hilly river scene, with figures and cattle — 23 ;■; 32 (Vicars), 

£18 i8s. 

71 Ibbetson, Landscape, with wagon and horses ; and Diana and Endymion, by 

Sacchi — (Maitland), £4 4s. 

72 Italian School. Jupiter nurtured by a goat; and The repose in Egypt — (Cohen), 

£9 9S- 

73 Jeffreys, J., The scene before Gibraltar on the morning of the 4th September, 

1782, unframed — 84* X 139^ (Moore), £4 4s. 

74 KneUer, Sir G., Lady, in red dress, with blue scarf — 50 X 40 (Huggins), £17 17s. 

School of Kneller. 

75 Gentleman, in blue dress, with red scarf — 50 x 40 (Moore), £10 los. 

76 Youth, in dark dress, oval ; Lord John and Lord Bernard Stuart, after Sir A. 

van Dyck (Pawsey & Payne), £5 15s. 6d. 

77 Lady, holding a letter ; and Lady, in white dress, oval (Ryan), £3 13s. 6d. 

78 Lady, in brown dress; and Lady, in blue dress, unframed 30 x 25 (Ryan), 

£17 17s. 

79 Gentleman, in grey dress, with red scarf ; and Gentleman, in brown cloak, 

with white sleeves, unframed (Ryan), £11 lis. 

80 Lady, in brown dress, in a sculptured oval ; and Gentleman, in biown dress, 

unframed — 30^ X 25 (Ryan), £10 los. 



81 Lely School. Lady, in green dress, with brown scarf, seated by a fountain 

46^ X 38 (Lee), £31 los. 

82 Lely School. Lady, in red dress, with blue scarf — 29J x 24J(Ryan),£i iis. 6d. 

83 Nain, Le, Peasants around a table bargaining, unframed, 43 x 54 (Lewis), 

£10 los. 

84 Lingelbach, J., The Capitol at Rome, with a carriage, figures and animals — 

39 X 59 (Roos), £13 13s. 

85 Lingelbach, J., The garden of a palace, with numerous figures, unframed — 

40 X 49 (Roos), £25 4s. 

86 Lingelbach, J., Thalia, driving over the dead body of her father, panel — 17 X 

igi (Lewis), £4 4s. 

87 Lingelbach, J., Poor musicians; Saint Jerome, at his devotions; and Hilly 

landscape, with travelling figures, imframed, panel (Roos), £6 6s. 

88 Lint, P. van. Woody lake scene, with classical buildings and figures — 18J X 31^ 

(Grose), £2 2s. 

89 Lint, Van, Landscape, with peasants ; and ItaUan landscape with figures, 

unframed (Maynard), £4 4s. 

90 Loo, Van, Louis XV., when a boy — 23^ X iS.J (Colling;), £3 3s. 

91 Loutherbourgh, P. J. de, R.A., Winter landscape, with figures and horses on 

the ice, panel ; and River scene, with figures, by J. A. O'Connor, 1828 
(Schroeder), £7 7s. 

92 Maratta, Carlo, after. Vision of Saint Francis ; and Marriage of Saint Catherine 

after Correggio (Ryan), £10 ids. 

93 Marlow, W., Views on the Grand Canal, Venice, with boats and figures, a pair 

(Leger), £42. 

94 Miel, Jan, Courtyard of a farrier's shop, with a white horse and figures — 

36J X 31 (Buck), £12 IS. 6d. 



278 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

95 Mommers, H., Market figures ; and Rocky landscape, with figures, iinframed 

(Warner), £6 6s. 

96 Morales, Saint Francis, panel — 59 x 30 (Earwicker), £21. 

97 Moucheron, I., Winter landscape, with figures ; and A shipwreck, by J. Vemet 

(Leger), £6 6s. 

98 Murillo, School of. Franciscan Friar praying on the seashore — 76JX56 

(Earwicker), £2 12s. 5d. 

99 Mye, A. van der, Fruit and birds in the garden of a palace — 40 X 49 

(Parkenthorpe), £21. 
100 yiyn, H. van der, Gentleman, in mauve coat, by a table ; architectural 

background — -49 X 39 (Moore), £6 6s. 
loi Myn, H. van der. Gentleman, in brown dress, holding a snuff-box ; and 

Gentleman, seated, with an open book, unframed (Moore), £6 i6s. 6d. - 

102 Myn, H. van der, Lady, in blue dress, holding an orange-branch ; and Lady, 

in yellow dress, holding a wreath of flowers, unframed — 50 X 40 (Moore), 
£9 9s. 

103 Neefs, P., Interior of a church, with figures, panel — gj X 13 (Lewis), £3 3s. 

104 Netherlandish School. Desent of the Holy Spirit, panel — 37 X 34 (Cohen), 

£294. 

105 Nuzi, Allegretto, Saint Anthony of Padua, panel, arched top — 59 J X 21 

(Knoedler), £14 14s. 

106 Opie, J., R.A., Girl, in brown frock and straw hat, playing a flageolet — ■ 

35J X 26J (Lister), £29 8s. 

107 Orizonte, Roman ruins, with figures — 27J x 38 (Ma>Tiard), £5 15s. 6d. 

108 Orizonte, Roman ruins, with figures — 35* x 48 (Cohen), £10 los. 

log Orizonte, Landscape, with buildings and figures ; and Winter landscape, with 

conflagration (Maynard), £5 15s. 6d. 
no Orizonte, View in the Roman Campagna, with figures — 48 X 68 (Cohen), 

£19 19s. 

111 Ossenbeeck, J., Halt near an old ruin, unframed, panel — 23 X 32^ (Leger), 

£7 7s. 

112 Ostade, A. van, after, Interior, with boors playing backgammon, panel; 

and Huntsmen, with a dog and heron, by A. Hoodius (Stoop), £25 4s. 

113 Paelinck, J., Lord Wallace, of Knaresdale, in dark dress — 30 X 25 (Moore). 

114 Pannini, P., Roman ruins, with figures, a pair — 12^ X 39J (Cohen), £16 i6s. 

115 School of Pannini. Colosseum, Rome, with figures — 60 X 82 (Cohen), £5 5s. 

116 Pellegrini, Death of Hector — SoJ X 125^ (Cohen), £6 6s. 

117 Petter, P., Outskirts o' a Dutch town ; signed, and dated 1654 — 39 X 70 

(Schroeder), £24 3s. 

118 Poelenburgh, C. van. Hilly landscape, with cherubs on the clouds supporting 

anovalmedallionportrait of Charles I., panel — 16 X 13 (Cohen), £5 155. 6d. 

119 Poelenburgh, C. van, Landscape, with Tobias and the Angel ; and Bathers near 

a ruin, panel (Crome), £4 4s. 

120 Poussin, Woody landscape, with figures ; and " A hunter," by M. Ward, 1822 

(Harries), £14 14s. 

121 Poussin, Landscape, with figures; The repose in' Egypt; and Lady, holding 

a flower, unframed (Rentell), £11 11;. 

122 Reinagle, R. R., R.A., Distant view of St. Paul's ; and Westminster, a pair, 

unframed — 15 X igf (Leggatt), £30 9s. 

123 Rembrandt, after, Woman bathing ; and The Magdalen, after Guido, on copper 

(Harries), £6 6s. 

124 Richardson, J., Robert Walpole, Earl of Orford, in peer's robes, seated — 

99 X 34 (Grose), £9 9s. 



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125 Rigaud, An artist, ia blue dress, holding a crayon and sketch-book — 32 X 25^ 

(CoUings), £15 15s. 

126 Rombouts, Adoration of the Magi — 74i X 6oi (Ryan), ,fi4 14s- 

127 Rubens, P. P., after, Portrait of the Archduke Albert (Cohen), £27 6s. 

127a Rubens, P. P., after, An Italian gentleman, in whitedoublet (Ryan), £11 os. 6d. 

128 Ruysdael, J . van, A squall : Fishing-boats and man-of-war off a town : Stormy 

sky, unframed, 37 X 45 (Leger), £29 8s. 

129 Schacken, G., The Magdalen, at her devotion : LampUght — 56} X 44 (Maynard) 

£5 5S. 

130 ScheUincks, W., Woody landscape, with peasants conversing in the foreground, 

panel — 28^ X 4oi (Roos), £23 2s. 

131 ScheUincks, W., Gardens of a chateau, with horsemen and figures — -iSJ x 22 

(Nicholson), £16 i6s. 

132 Seghers, Garland of flowers, surrounding the Madonna and Child — 66 X 46^ 

(Roos), £19 19s. 

133 Snyders, F ., Dogs attacking a lion — 68 X gii (Cohen), £14 14s. 

134 Snyders, F., Dogs fighting — 46^ X 71 (Buck), £4 14s. 6d. 

135 Snyders, F., A boj.r hunt, unframed — 65^ X 89 (Richardson), £5 5s. 

136 Steenwyck, Still hfe on a table — 24^ X 29 (Ryan), £3 33. 

137 Storck, A., Mouth of a harbour, with boats and figures, panel — 15 X gh (Leger) 

£4 14s. 6d. 

138 Strozzi, Gentleman, in black slashed dress, with white collar and cuffs, unframed 

— 33i X 27 (Harries), £15 15s. 

139 Swanevelt, Landscape, with figures and dog ; and Landscape with classical 

buildings and figures, by P. Patel, 1700 (Saunders), £4 14s. 6d. 

140 Tiepolo, G. B-, Man in fancy dress, holding a salver and jug, and a girl in 

white, holding a dish — 31J X 32J (Glen), £50 8s. 

141 Titian School. Lady, in embroidered bro^vn dress, holding an orange — 39 x 

3oi (Crome), £31 los. 

142 Tol, D. van, The surgeon, panel, unframed ; and Lady with a hemisphere, by 

Van Douven (Earwicker), £42. 

143 Tresham, H., Lion and lioness — 66 x 84 (Buck), £2 12s. 6d. 

144 Velde, E. van de, Spanish troops disembarking on the coast of the Netherlands, 

panel — 17 x 27^^ (Cohen), £16 i6s. 

145 Velde, Van de, Shipping in a calm off the coast — 9 x i2i (Roos), £4 14s. 6d. 

146 Dyck, Van School. Cavalier, in dark dress with white lawn collar — 28^ x 24 

(Lewis), £5 5S. 

147 Vos, de. Sporting dogs in a landscape — 41 X 44 (Hughes), £4 4s. 

148 Verelst, S., Nymph and cupids, with garlands of flowers — 53 x 69 (Harries), 

£31 IDS. 

149 Verendael, Van, Festoon of fruit, surrounding a head of Bacchus — 42J X 33^ 

(CoUings), £14 3s. 6d. 

150 Vries, J. V. de, A church among trees, with figures, panel — 20J X i5i (Leger), 

£15 15s. 

151 Walker, Marquis of Montrose, in armour — 48 x 39 (Mood), £13 13s. 

152 Wilson, An ItaUan river ; and River scene, with cattle and figures (Maitland), 

£6 6s. 

153 Wit, J. de. Boys blowing bubbles ; and the companion, a pair ; in grisaille — 

50 X 67 (Roos), — 

154 Withoos, M., Landscape, with herbage, and nymphs bathing — 37 X 48, 

(CoUings), £8 i8s. 6d. 

155 Wouverman. Halt of a hawking party, unframed — 24 X 31! (Kendal), £16 i6s. 



28o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

156 Zeeman, Enoch, Lady, in blue cloak, leaning on a pedestal, and holding a book ; 

and Gentleman, in brown coat, and blue embroidered vest, uniramed 
(Moor), £21. 

157 Zuccarelli, F., R.A., Jacob and Laban — 17 x 20 (Cox), £10 los. 



April 17, 1914. Puttick's. 

Engravings, Etchings, etc. 

In Portfolio. 
7 Blackadefs Crypt, Glasgow Cathedral, by C Bird, signed proof (Nills), £1. 

40 The cottagers, by F. Bartolozzi, after Sir J. Reynolds, in colours (Scott), 

£3 15s. 

41 Rosina, by P. W. Tompkins, circle, in red (West), £1 17s. 6d. 

42 Lady with bird cage, by W. Ryland, proof, oval, in red (Scott), £2 15s. 
48 The cornfield, by D. Lucas, after Constable, mezzotint (Brown), £4.. 

71 The poor soldier, by P. W. lomkins, after Ansell, circle, in brown (Foster), 
£2 5S. 

86 Swiss costumes, aquatints, a set of eight (Bumpus), £1 12s. 6d. 

87 View of Jedburgh Abbey, by F. Jukes, after C. Catton, aquatint, in colours 

(West), £1 IS. 

88 View of the town and castle of Stirhng, by F. Jukes, after J. Farrington, 

aquatint, in colours (W. DanieU), £1 6s. 

89 View of Abbey and Palace of Dumfermhne, by C. Catton, after J. Farrington, 

aquatint, in colours (Slade), £1. 
92 Rowlandson, T., English and French beauties, in colours (Pollard), ^fs 15s. 
102 Royal Dockyards at Chatham, Plymouth, Portsmouth, and Blackwall, by 

and after R. Dodd, and View of Sebastopol, hthograph, in colours (Nield), 

£4 15s. 
105 J. J. Rousseau, by Charon, after Bouchet (Field), £1 2s. 
107 Sportive innocence, by E. Scriven, after Cosway (Field), £1 4s. 
118 Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox, by S. W. Reynolds, after J. Opie, mezzotint 

(Long), £2. 

128 William Bleamire, Esq., J. P., Chairman of the Trustees of Highgate and 

Hampstead Roads, by J. Young, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint 
(Long), £2 7s. 6d. 

129 William Osbom, M.D., by J. Jones, after T. Hardy, mezzotint (Venning), 

£1 lOS. 
136 Baxter, Wreck of the Reliance (Rogers), £2. 
i',7 Portrait of a young man, by Bonnet, after Van Loo, in red (Foster), £3. 

138 L'Epouse mal Gardee, and companion, by Dambrun, after Le Brun, a pair 

(Drummond), £6 i6s. 6d. 

139 Mrs. Abingdon as " Thalia," by Bartolozzi, after R. Cosway, in brown ( ), 

£1 17s. 6d. 

142 Coriolanus, by Bartolozzi, after A. Kauffman, oval, in red (Hawkins), £2 5s. 

143 Adelaide first seen in the Gardens of Bagnieres, by Bartolozzi, circle, in red 

(Davis), £1 IDS. 

182 Henry Hope, and Mrs. Williams Hope, of Amsterdam, by C. Hodges, mezzo- 

tints with untrimmed margins, a pair (Dacre), £14 14s. 

183 Life of a racehorse, by F. Jukes, after C. Ansell, ovals, aquatints, in colours, 

a set of six (Cardon), £14 14s. 

184 The Lyrick Muse ; and Cupid stung by a bee, by Bartolozzi, ovals, in colours, 

a pair (Thomas), £1 los. 



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187 Frederick III, King of Prussia, by Houston, mezzotint (Brail), £1. 

188 Coaching : The crack team of 1858, by J. Harris, after J. S. Walker, aquatint, 

in colours (Jones), £4. 

191 View of Moimts Bay in Cornwall, by Bluck, after Tompkin, aquatint, in 

colours (W. Daniell), £2 7s. 6d. 

192 George III on his favourite charger, by J. Ward, after W. Hopkins, mezzotint 

(Brail), £1. 

193 Battle of Laswari, by R. Cooper, after Place, in colours (Thomas), £1 17s. 6d. 

194 Duty and affection, by P. \V. Tomkins, after Miss Julia Conyers, a pair 

(Pollard), £11 IIS. 

195 Children btiilding house with cards, and companion, circles, in colours (Brail) 

£3 17s. 6d. 

196 Flower piece, by R. Earlom, after Van Huysum, mezzotint (A. Davis), £1 los. 

197 Sheep-shearing, after Hamilton, oval, in brown (Brail), £1 14s. 

201 Rt. Hon. Sir John Nicholl, by H. Meyer, after Owen, open letter proof (Brail), 

£1 I2S. 

202 John Taylor, by J. Dixon, aft^r J. Smart, mezzotint (Downey), £4 15s. 

203 Lady Smythe and children, by Sydney Wilson, after Reynolds, signed proof 

(Errington), £3 7s. 6d. 

204 Lady Hamilton as " Nature," by the same' after Romney, signed proof 

(Errington), £3 5s. 

207 AfiSeck, Andrew, Chateau d'Amboise, signed proof (Errington), £2 5s. 

208 Poortenaas, J. C., An old garden, signed proof (Errington), £1 15s. 

209 Tuscan roses, by M. Cormack, mezzotint, in colours, signed proof (Errington), 

£2 5s. 

210 Haig, Axel H., Pulpit of San Fermo Maggiore Verona, signed proof (Grinley), 

£3 3S- 

221 Battle of Waterloo, by Bowyer, aquatint, in coloiurs (Field), £1 15s. 

222 " Much Ado about Nothing," by P. Simon, after Rev. Peters (Field), £r los. 

223 Francis Lord Rawdon, by J. Jones, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Field), £2 as. 

239 Regent's Canal: Entrance to Islington tunnel — -Junction at Paddington — 

Limehouse Dock — Macclesfield Bridge — Entrance gates from the Thames, 
Limehouse, and The City basin, by Cleghom and Marks, after Shepherd, 
aquatints, in colours, a set of six (Brail), £6 i6s. 6d. 

240 Tom and his pigeons ; and The favourite rabbit, by C. Knight, after Russell, 

in colours, a pair (Long), £4 5s. 

245 View of Worcester racecourse and grand stand, by Hunt, after Zeigler, 

aquatint, in colours, varnished (Gaunt), £2 5s. 

246 Le Verrou, after Fragonard, in colours (Freeman), £i los. 

247 Mrs. Sheridan as " St. Cecilia," by C. Watson, after RejTiolds, and Rob 

Roy, after Shee (Freeman), £3. 
255 Going to the moors; and Cover, by J. Harris, after Henderson, aquatints, 

in colours, a pair (Klein), £6. 
257 Returning from market, by J. R. Smith, after G. Norland, mezzotint (Blythe), 

£3 7s. 6d. 



282 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

April ao, 1914. Christie's. 

Pictures and Drawings from various sources. 

PORTRAITS. 

1 Francis Edelwick, in red and yellow dress ; and Lady, holding a dove, ovals 

(Grose), £7 7s. 

2 William III, on horseback ; and Head of a Rabbi, panel {CooUng), £4 4s. 

3 Gentleman, in armour, with blue scarf ; and Count D'Estrade, in braided blue 

coat (Grose), £5 15s. 6d. 

4 Gentleman, in grey coat with white stock ; and Gentleman in brown dress 

(Ryan), £5 15s. 6d. 

5 Musician, in grey and scarlet vest ; and Head of Nelson, oval (Ryan), £4 14s. 6d. 

6 Lady, with pearls in her hair ; and Lady, in white dress, with embroidered 

cloak (Ryan), £9 gs. 

7 Lady, in yellow dress, and green scarf lined with ermine — 31 X 24^ (Buck), 

£15 4S. 6d. 

8 Lady, in white dress, with pearl necklace — 29J X 24I (Ryan), £5 5s. 

9 A councillor, in red gown, holding a scroll — 48J X 344 (Landstein), £3 3s. 

10 Gentleman, in green slashed dress, holding a halberd ; with coat-of-arms, and 

date 1603 — 37^ X 30 (Grose), £9 gs. 

11 Lely, Lady, in white dress and grey cloak — 29 X 24 (Schroeder), £9 9s. 

12 Netscher, Hon. Mrs. Middleton, in blue dress, with a lamb — 21J X i7i 

(Earwicker), £8 8s. 

13 Wolfgang, G. A., G. F. Handel, in brown coat and flowered vest — 28J X 23^ 

(Amor), £11 IIS. 

14 Zoffany, David Garrick ; and Samuel Foote, a pair — 29^- X 24! (Amor), 

£27 6s. 

PICTURES. 

15 Andrev/s, H., Lovers in a garden, circular — 22J ins. diameter (Huggins), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

16 Angelis, Peasants merrymaking before an inn — 24 x 35 J (Citroen), £4 14s. 6d. 

DRAWINGS. 

17 EugUsh School. Lady, with her young daughter on her knee, pastel — 18 X 15 

(Weeks), £5 5s. 

18 La Fargue, P. C, 1775, A street in The Hague, with market figures — loj X 15 

(Sabin), £17 17s. 

19 Coney, J., 1812, Interior of Westminster Abbey, showing the tombs of General 

Wolfe, Lord Mansfield and Lord Chatham ; and Henry VII's Chapel, 
Westminster Abbey, a pair — 22i X i7f (Scott), £10 los. 

20 RusseU School. Ladies of the Yeldham family, in white dresses with powdered 

hair, a pair ; pastels, oval — 29 X 24 (Maitland), £12 12s. 

21 Italian School. Hercules with the Hesperides and the dead dragon Lad on — 

iii X 8i (Leger), £2 15s. 

22 English School. Lady in yellow dress, pastel — 22 X 18 (Weekes), £11 lis. 

23 French School. The Idss, pastel — 16 X 14 (Leaf), £3 13s. 6d. 

24 French School. Girl, in white dress with dark sash, Indian ink wash, oval, 

—II X 9i (Lacey), £4 4s. 

25 Jeaurat, Triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne, design for a ceiling (Collings), £2 2S. 

26 James, J. T., Landscape ; Two girls with a basket ; and Figures in a cave, 

black and white (Justice), los. 6d. 

27 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Head of a lady, with a riband round her neck, pastel 

— i5i X 12 i (Wylde), £46 4s. 



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PICTURES. 

28 Dutch School. Lady, leaning on a table, with flowers ; and Christ with the 

globe, Flemish School, panel (Osbom), £3 13s. 6d. 

29 Teniers, Boors playing bowls, near some buildings, panel — 7i X 9I (Collings), 

£4 4S. 

30 Norwich School, Woody landscape, with peasant and dog — 12 X 12J (Leger), 

£4 45- 

31 Dutch School, Landscape, with two cows and figures near a stream, panel 

10 X 15 (MiseU, junr.), £1 los. 

32 Watteau School. Fete Chamfetre ; and Phillip V, in Van Dyck costume, 

panel, unframed (Lacey), £8 8s. 

33 Lancret School. The bathers, panel — gj X i2i (Laurence), £6 i6s. 6d. 

34 CaUet, A. F., Marie Antoinette, in a garden, panel, oval — 9J X 8 (Huggins), 

;flO IDS. 

36 Titian, after, Diana and Actaeon, by James Ward, R.A., 74 X 80 (Molton), 

£23 2S. 

37 Poussin, G., Woody landscapes, with classical figures, a pair — 28 x 38 (Wright), 

£10 lOS. 

38 Vincent, Barges on a river, panel — iij X 154 (Leger), £6 6s. 

39 Rubens, Lady, holding a miniature, panel — 25 X 19 (Sabin), £157 los. 

40 Spanish School. The musicians — 15J X iij (Gore), £10 los. 

41 Flemish School. Ecce Homo ; and A lady, after Leonardo da Vinci, panel 

(Ryanl, /lo los. 

42 Italian School. Hilly landscape, with shepherdess and sheep ; and Landscape 

with ruined building, by J. West (Maitland), £1 iis. 6d. 

43 Procaccini, The Holy Family — 29 X 23 (CoUings), £7 7s. 

44 French School. Lady, in white dress, with large hat, standing by a pedestal 

holding a wreath of flowers, oval — 21 X 17^ (Buck), £5 15s. 6d. 

45 Dutch School. Fruit and still hfe on a table — 29* X 24J (Atkins), £$ 3s. 

46 Early English School. Gentleman, in dark dress with white stock — 29 X 24^ 

(Amor), £i5 i6s. 

47 Baptiste, Vases of flowers, a pair — 25! X igj (Krell), £8 8s, 

48 Kneller School. Lady, in rsd and white dress, oval — 29 X 24^ (Browne), 

£8 8s. 

49 Early Flemish School. Baptism of Christ, panel — 16 X 13I (Leger), £y 7s. 

50 Dutch School. Landscape, with cavaliers hunting — 13 x i8i (Leaf), £2 2S. 

51 Nellius, Fruit and still life on a table, panel — 18 X 15^ (White), £14 14s. 

52 Campidoglio, Fruit — 13 X 37i (WeUs), £4 4s. 

54 Bray, S. de. The story of Zaleucus, the celebrated law-giver of the Epizephyrian 

Locrians, panel — 70 X S4I (Hendricks), £24 3s. 

55 Couston, Jean, The Prince de Polignac, in hunting costimie, with a dog — 

58 .t5 (Wells), £8 8s. 

56 Moroni, G. B. Giordano, in black dress, pane! — 23 x 19 (Coats), £16 i6s. 

57 Romney, Gentleman, in greycoat, with white stock — 29 X 24 (Allan), £10 los. 

58 Canaletto School. Santa Maria Delia Salute and The Dogana, Venice — 

40 X 50 (Allan), £11 IIS. 

59 French School. Child with a kitten, oval — 2ii X i/i (Laurence), £8 iSs. 6d. 

60 Early English School, Hill Collicott, Esq., in black dress and white stock — 

29i X 24 (HaU), £15 15s. 

61 Hogarth School. The connoisseurs — 10 X 8 (Soal), £4 4s. 

62 Verheyden, H., 1822, View of a town, with peasants and poultry, panel — 

11} X 9I (Colhngs), £2 2S. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



63 Drouais, Lady, in decollete dress and white head-dress, holding a green curtain, 

oval — 23* X 19 (Kendal), i7.\. 

64 Canaletto School. Doge's Palace, Venice — 23J X 31^ (Thorp), £5 5s. 

65 Hughtenburgh, Battle Piece — 23 x 65 (Lacey), £4 4s. 

66 Francks, F., Conversion of Saul, panel — i7i X 25i (Reiss), £3 3s. 

67 Rubens, The destruction of Sodom, panel — 19 X 32 (James), £2 12s. 6d. 

68 Teniers, Outskirts of a village, with peasants conversing ; and Brawl in a 

village, panel (Ryan), £4 14s. 6d. 

69 Dyck, Van, Madonna, in red dress, nursing the Infant Saviour, panel — igi x iC) 

(Justice), £3 3s. 

70 Bach, Coesfelt W., 1670, Cavalier, holding a lighted candle, on copper, oval 

6i X 5i (Ryan), £2 2s 

71 Dutch School. Head of a gentleman, with lawn rufE, panel ; and Boats in 

a cahn (Ryan), £5 5s. 

72 Griffier, HiUy river scene, with buildings and figures : Winter — 12 J x 18 

(Earwicker), £8 8s. 

73 Anderson, W., Shipping in a calm, on metal — 13J X iij (Laurence), £1 iis. 6d. 

74 Heemskirk, E. van, Interior of a barn, with numerous peasants merrymaking 

— 21 X 31 (Leger), £6 i6s. 6d. 

75 Canaletto School. Doge's Palace, Venice, with gondolas and figures^49 x 39 

(Wyatt), £3 8s. 

76 Nasmyth, A., Part of the Bridge of Augustine, near Rome ; and An alchemist, 

panel (Ball), £7 17s. 6d. 

77 Unknown, A highland chieftain — 49 X 39 (Eades), £6 i6s. 6d. 
7& Williams, The Thames at Chelsea — 27^ X 35J (White), £4 4s. 

79 Spanish School, Gentleman, in dark gown, seated before a crucifix — 46J X 37i 

(Lacey), £6 6s. 

80 Stark, Outskirts of a forest, with horsemen and peasant woman — 31 X 42 J 

(Maitland), £10 ids. 

81 Williams, E.C., Woodland stream, with children — 29* X 24J (Hawstread), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

82 Titian, after. Discovery of Calisto ; and Samson and Delilah after Rubens, 

panel (Pawsey & Payne), £16 i6s. 

83 Blake, Dead game and still life — 23 X 19^ (Nash), £1. 

84 Dyck, Van, School of. Head of Milton— 15 x 13 (WyUe), £8 8s. 

85 Jordaens, Susannah and the Elders, grisaiUe, unframed — 38 X 24 (Moore), 

£1 IS. 

86 Early English School. Sir John Scott, afterwards Lord Eldon : and Sir J. 

Mitford, afterwards Lord Redesdale, a pair, oval — 25I X 20J (Pawsey and 
Payne), £5 15s. 6d. 

87 ZuccareUi, Landscape, with horseman and figures near a river — 20 x 26 

(Rivers), £4 14s. 6d. 
£8 Baptiste, Flowers in a terra-cotta vase — 37^ X 40 (Reid), £6 i6s. 6d. 

89 Dutch School. The sacrifice of Isaac — 39 X 44 (Harries), £7 17s. 6d. 

90 Wilson, River scene, with two figures — 16 X 204 (Martin), £3 3s. 

91 Mierevelt, Prince Maurice of Nassau, in armour, with white lace collar — 

25 X 2ii (St. Hensc), £4 14s. 6d. 
ij2 Kneller, Gentleman, in grey dress, with blue scarf — 49 X 36 (Moore), £4 4s. 

93 Dutch School. Woman holding a jug ; signed with monogram, and dated 1662, 

panel — 13 X 10 (Wilson), £2 12s. 6d. 

94 Locatelh, Crossing the brook; and Feeding chickens, a pair — iij x iji- 

(Buck), £15 15s. 
05 Lastman, P., The sacrifice of Isaac, panel — 19 X 25 (Smith), £9 gs. 



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96 Elsheimer, A., Peasant wth a distaff : and Woman at a window, panel (Leger), 

£3 13s- 6d. 

97 Gelder, A. de, Sacrifice of Melchizedek, panel— i8i X 25 (Schroeder), £15 15s. 

98 Tenlers, The musicians — 9 X 6i (Willmer), £3 13s. 6d. 

99 Vemet, Bay scene, with boats and fishermen ; and Hilly landscape, with shep- 

herd and sheep (Willmer), £3 3s. 
100 MuriUo School. The Holy Family, panel ; and Saint Francis, with the Infant 

Saviour, on copper (Ryan), £^ 14s. 6d. 
loi Daniels, W., Italian peasant girl, panel — 13^ X iij (Woodley), £2 12s. 6d. 

102 Herring, Ben, 1870, The Leeds coach, panel— 8 | X 17 (Ellis), £z 12s. 6d. 

103 Breughel, Landscape, with figures and animals, panel — 19^ X 25* (Osborn), 

£3 3S. 

104 Balen, H. van, Triumph of Venus, a pair, on copper — 16J ;< 22^ (Schroeder), 

£10 los. 

105 Sanders, G., after, Lady Nelson, in white dress, by W. Buckler — 22^ X I4i 

(Leger), £2 12s. 6d. 

106 Perugino, Madonna and Child, panel — 12 X 8| (Headley), £120 15s. 

107 French School. Venus, nymphs, and cupids, panel — 12J X gi (Leger), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

108 Heemskirk, E. van. The Duet — iif X SJ (Ryan), £5 5s. 

109 Zucchero School. Lady, in black dress, with white lace ruff and cufis, panel — 

35 X 27 (Grose), £1 is. 
no Early English School. Woody landscape, with an old mill and stream — 29 X 
4ii (Maitland), £2 12s. 6d. 

111 Wolstenholme, D., Three racehorses racing, panel — 9 >. iij (Ackermann), 

£12 I2S. 

112 Wolstenholme, D., senr., Snipe-shooting ; and Fox-hunting, unframed, panel — 

i5i X 2oi (Pawsey & Payne), £17 173. 

113 Dutch School. Arts and Sciences, a set of six, with portraits of celebrities of 

the time of Queen Anne ; the names on the backs of the pictures — 19 X 15 
(Leger), £25 4s. 

114 Kneller, Charles Howard, third Earl of Carlisle, in peer's robes — 35 X 27 

(Maitland), £1 iis. 6d. 

115 Harlow, G. H., Miss Vowell, in white dress and cap, seated — 29 X 24 (Wright), 

£15 iss- 
ue Pannini, Classical ruins, with figures near a river, unframed — 29 X 38J (Wood), 
£5 15-1. 6d. 

117 Ryckaert, D., The cobbler's shop — ijj X 22! (Artz), £8 i8s. 6d. 

118 School of Antonello. Head of our Saviour, panel — 11 X 8i(Sabin),£8 i8s. 6d. 

119 Velasquez, after, Las Meninas — 17 X 13 (Carfax), £6 6s. 

120 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., Sir John Fisher, in dark dress, with an open book — 

30 X 25 (W. Howard), £4 4s. 

121 Italian School. Army beseiging a town unframed, panel — i$i X 36 (Osborn), 

£3 3s- 

122 Dolby, D., A hunter, with owner and groom ; A white horse, with a groom, in 

a stable ; and A hunter, with groom up ; set of three — 23} X 29i (Browne), 
£10 los. 

123 Utrecht, Van, Grapes and dead birds — 27J X 23^ (Eade), £2 2S. 

124 Huysum, Van, Basket of flowers on a marble slab — 24i X 21 (Briggs), £8 iSs 6d. 

125 Fuseh, H., R.A., Imogen and her brothers— 24J X 29^ (Schroeder), £6 6s. 

126 Haydon, B. R., Death, the gate of life— 37^ X 33J (Gray), £2 2s. 

127 Lely, Lady, in white dress, oval — 29i \ 24* (Lacey), £8 8s. 

128 Fyt, Dog and dead game — 27i X 32i (Ball), ^3 3s. 



286 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

129 Weenix, Boar's head and dead birds — 39^ X 49i (Hodaett), £5 15s. 6d. 

130 Herring, " Blacldock," with jockey up — 24 X 29 (Hood), ;fio los. 

131 Herring, J. F., senr., 1S59, " Musjid," winner of the Derby, 1859, with Wells up 

19J X 23J (Hood), £7 73. 

132 Dutch School. Gentleman, in black dress and skull cap — 20 X 15 J (Hyde), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

133 Orizonte, Hilly river scene, with figures in the foreground — -34^ X 48^ (Sniith), 

£5 5S. 

134 Veronese, Venus and cupid, oval — 29 ;■' 24 (Lawson), £4 14s. 6d. 

135 Rubens School. Virgin and Child, panel — 23 x 19 (Gage), £4. 14s. 6d. 

136 Flemish School. Diana and her nymphs surprised by Actaaon — 38 x 43 

(Jacobs), £3 3s. 

137 Dutch School. Fair in a town — 26 x 36 (Bailey), £7 7s. 

138 Rottenhammer, Birth of Venus Anadyomene, panel — i6f x 21 (White), £5 5s. 

139 Cradock, L., Peacocks and poultry — 23 X 37i (Crowe), £8 i8s. 6d. 

140 Jordaens, The SatjT and the peasant family — 25J X 23J (Justice), £2 2S. 

141 Schoevaerdts, Views in Dutch towns, with figures and animals, a pair — -19 X 30- 

(Tunstilt), £14 14s. 

PICTURES. 

142 Blieck, D. de, Interior of a Church, with figxires, panel — 8 X 10 (Leger), £7 7s. 

143 Bloot, P. de. Interior of a shed, with figures, panel — 15 X 20^ (Willmer), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

144 Breughel, Two saints in a landscape, on copper ; and Landscape, with figures 

seated at a repast, panel (Leger), £6 6s. 

145 Droogsloot, J.C, The sack of the village, panel — 15-J X 23J (Turnstall), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

146 Dutch School. Interior, with peasants ; and A king receiving a deputation, 

panel (CoUings), £4 14s. 6d. 

147 Francks, The prodigal's departure, panel — 11 X iij (Collings), £2 2S. 

148 Heemskirk, E. van. Boors carousing, a pair ; and An artist, with his daughter,, 

by D. Ryckaert, panel (Leger), £5 5s. 

149 Mander, K. van. Christian IV, King of Denmark, in rich dress, panel — 14 X 9 

(Leger), £4 4s. 

150 Mierevelt, A child, in striped dress, holding a rose, panel — 26 X 20 (Collings), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

151 Poel, E. van der, Outskirts of a town, with figures, panel — 13J X igi (Miles), 

£8 83. 

152 Sorgh, H. M., Interior of a laboratory, w/th two figures, on copper 10^ X lo- 

(Artz), £11 IIS. 

153 Dyck, Van, Gentleman, in dark dress, with white collar, and cuffs — 33 X 26 

(Marshall), £4 14s. 6d. 

154 Wet, J. de. Saint John preaching in the wilderness, panel — 23 X 32 J (Osborn) 

£2 2S. 

156 French School. Gentleman, in scarlet robe, with flowing wig, oval — 28 X 23.^ 

(Jacobs), £3 3s. 

157 Janssens, Sir Herbert Springet, in breast-plate and buff tunic — 28^ X 23^ 

(Lackman), £4 14s. 6d. 

158 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A. after. Sir A. P. Cooper, Bart., and Richard Board, 

Esq., in dark dress (Reid), £3 13s. 6d. 

159 Huysmans, J., Mrs. Ball, in brown dress, with blue scarf ; Gentleman, in blue 

coat and vest ; and Mrs. Board, in dark dress and cap, oval — 29^ X 24^. 
(Moore), £ii iis. 



Christie's.] April 20, 1914- 287 

160 Kneller School. Lady, ia blue dress, seated in a landscape — 47 x 36 (Justice) , 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

161 Zucchero School. Mrs. Board, in richly embroidered dress, holding her kerchief 

in her hand — 41 X 32i (Grose), /13 13=. 



April 21, 191 4. Christie's. 

Engravings of the Early English School. 

1 The young florist ; The young musician ; and two others, in colours (Parsons), 

£8. 

2 Children relieving a begger-boy, after Beechey, by C. Wilkin (RimeU), £2 ros. 

3 Thoughts on matrimony, after J. R. Smith, by W. Ward, in bistre (Parsons), 

£7 los. 

4 The sleeping nymph, after Opie, by P. Simon, in bistre ; and two others (Rimeli), 

£6. 

5 The man with the glove, after Van Dyck, by T. Blackmore, proof before letters 

(White), £2. 

6 An officer of justice, after Rembrandt, by W. Pether, proof before any letters 

(White), £1 15s. 

7 Man with a scroll, after and by the same (Orford), £1 los. 

8 Lord Somers, after Kneller, by J. Smith, proof before any letters; James, 

Ferguson, after Northcote, first state ; and two others (Pawsey & Payne), 

a- 

9 Admiral Sir George Rooke, after M. Dahl, by J. Smith, first state : and Dudley 

Woodbridge, after Kneller, by J. Smith (White), £3 15s. 

10 Admiral Blake, by T. Preston ; and Lord Hawke, after Cotes (Fisher), £11 los. 

11 Admiral Viscount Duncan, after and by D. Orme, in colours ; and another 

(BeU), £1 15s. 
13 General Wilson, after Pickersgill, by W. Ward, proof before any letters ; and 
Captain Bruce, after Northcote, by C. Turner (Holland)^ £5 los. 

13 Admiral Watson, after Hudson, by E. Fisher ; Admiral Vernon, by J. Faber ; 

and Earl St. Vincent (Huggins), £4 15s. 

14 Lord Lyndock, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. W. Reynolds, proof before 

letters (Lutz), £2 5s. 

15 James Munjay, after Romney, by C. Hodges, first published state ; and Colonel 

Patrick Duff, after and by the same, proof (OUver), £2 los. 

16 Mr. Henderson as " Macbeth," after Romney, by J. Jones, etched-letter proof 

(Thomas), £1 15s. 

17 General Sir George Beckwith, after Eckstein, by S. W. Reynolds (Mason), 

£1 15s- 

18 George Prince of Wales, by and after J. R. Smith (Mason), £7. 

19 Lord Keith, after Danloux, by S. W. Reynolds, open-letter proof (A. Davis), 

£17. 

20 Admiral Lord Howe, by and after B. Killinbeck (Carter), £14. 

21 Admiral Lord Rodney, after Gainsborough, by G. Dupont (Rimeli), £17. 

22 Admiral Lord ColUngwood, by C. Turner, first state (Maggs), £17. 

23 Admiral Boscawen, after Sir J. Reynolds, by McArdell. first state (Agnew). £24. 

24 Admiral Sir Sidney Smith, after Chandler, by E. Bell, coloured ; and Prince 

Edward, after R. Wilson, by J. Faber, in colours, on glass (Jones), £4. 

25 Admiral Augustus Keppel, after Sir J . Reynolds, by E. Fisher, first state(Jones), 

£4 105. 

26 Admiral Barringtou, after the same, by R. Earlom, proof before any letters 

(RimeU), £7 los. 



288 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

27 Death of Nelson, after Parry, by C. Turner, in colours (Thomas), £7. 

28 Death and Funeral of Lord Nelson, in colours, on glass (Hands), £3 15s. 

29 Bust of Nelson, with battle scenes and ships captured, in colours (Huggins), 

30 Battle of the Nile ; Cape St. Vincent ; and Camperdown, by J. W. Edy, aqua- 

tints in colours (Huggins), £17. 

31 Battle of St. Vincent, after L. Brenton, by Fittler, a set of three (Huggins), 

£13 IDS. 

32 Battle of Algiers, after Pocock, by R. Havell, a set of three, in colours (Huggins), 

£3- 

33 Launch of the Trafalgar at Woolwich, by W. Ranwell, lithograph, coloured 

(Krell), £3. 

34 Colonel Mellish and the Tower Hamlet Volunteers, after S. Hill ; and Grand 

Parade of the Hon. Artillery Company, both in colours (Mason), £i 15s. 

35 Hunting subjects, after Aiken, by Sutherland, set of four, in colours (Lawrence), 

£5 los. 

36 Fox-chase, after Wolstenholme, by Reeve, plates i and 4, in colours (Barmond), 

37 The " Bedford Times," after Pollard, in colours (Lewis), 12s. 



Unframed. 

38 George, Duke of Buckingham and his brother, after Van Dyck, by McArdell 

(Thomas), £8 los. 

39 Mr. Horace Beckford, after Cosway, by J. Conde ; and another (Oliver), £4 5s. 

40 The cottage breakfast; and The cottage supper, after Bigg, by J. Ogborne 

(Pollard), £2 2S. 

41 Miss Nancy Parsons, whole length, with a peacock (Manley), £4 15s. 

After Sir J. Reynolds. 

42 Children in the Wood, by J. Caldwell, untrimmed margin (Weeks), £1 los. 

43 Rev. Thomas Warton ; and Mr. Joshua Sharpe, by C. Hodges (Horace), £1. 

44 Sir George Rodney, by W. Dickinson ; and another (Rimell), £2. 

45 Bell, Countess of Sefton, by J. Watson (Dort), £1 8s. 

46 Lady Taylor, by W. Dickinson (Pell), £3 los. 

47 Hon. George Seymour Conway, by E. Fisher (Ellis & Smith), £5. 

48 Earl of Pembroke, by J. Di.xon, first state (Pendt). £3 

49 Lady Charles Spencer, by W. Dickinson (Brooks), £3 15s. 

50 Lady Broughton, by T. Watson (Bell), £1 15s. 

51 Lady Melbourne and son, by T. Watson (Ellis), £3 los. 

52 Mrs. Hartley, by G. Marchi (Brail), £2 los. 

53 Elizabeth Countess of Derby, by W. Dickinson ; and Lady Elizabeth Keppel, 

by E. Fisher (Lacey), £5 los. 

54 Lady Jane Halliday, by V. Green (Jacobsen), £10. 



55 The knight and the Landsknecht, woodcut, by A. Diirer ; and Sebastin de 

Morra, after Velasquez, by Goya, framed (Bell), £3 los. 
Framed. 

56 Le Couch^dela Marine, after Baudouin, by Simonet, with A.P.D.R. (Reiss) £19. 

57 Le Lever de la Marifie, after Dugoure, by P. Thidse, with A.P.D.R. (Parsons), £5. 

58 L'Optique, after Boily, by Cazenave, in colours (Davis), £34. 

59 S'il vous plait, after the same, by Testard. in colours (Wise), £20. 



Christie's.] April 21, 1914. 289 

60 Poussez Ferme ; and Ah '. qii'il est Sot, after Boily, by Petit, a pair (Wall), 

£1 10s. 

61 Lady St. Aubyn, after Opie, by \V. Ward (Leggatt), {,2 5s. 

62 Lord Nelson, after Sir W. Beechey, by E. Bell, proof (Colnaghi), £10 los, 

63 George Prince of Wales, after Gainsborough, by J. R. Smith (Davis), £2. 

64 Lord Robert Manners, after Sir J. Reynolds, by W. Dickinson, first state 

(Oliver), £42. 

65 Duchess of Marlborough and child, after Sir J. Rejaiolds, by R. Houston 

(Brail), £3. 

66 Miss Harriet PoweU, after the same, by R. Houston, first state (Brail), £2. 

67 Countess of Aylesford, after the same, by V. Green, second state (Glossop), £yo. 

68 Miss Jacobs, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Spilsbury, first state, before letters 

(MelUsh), £105. 

69 Miss Kemble, in white dress, after the same, by J. Jones, first pubhshed state 

(Ford), £21. 

70 Miss Farren, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Bartolozzi, [proof before letters 

(Dance), £?. 8s. 

71 Master Lambton, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A., before the French 

address (Agnew), £12 12s. 

72 Elizabeth Countess Grosvenor, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, R.A., 

proof (Rimell), £3 los. 

73 Mother's hope ; and Father's darling, after A. Buck, in colours (Leggatt), 

£16 i6s. 

74 The sleeping nymph, after Opie, by P. Simon, in bistre (Bale), £12 is. 6d. 

75 Countess of Essex, after Fagan, by C. Turner (Jacobsen), £11 us, 

75 Venus, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Collyer, open-letter proof (Parker), £3 3s. 

77 Earl Temple, after the same, by \V. Dickinson, second state (Jacobsen), £2 los. 

78 Miss Theophila Palmer, after the same, by J. R. Smith, first state (Leggatt), 

£25 4S. 

79 Miss Sarah Campbell, after the same, by V. Green, second state (Jacobsen), 

£17 17s. 

80 Mrs. Kent, after the same, by J. Dean, first state (Leggatt), £30 gs. 

81 Duchess of Cumberland, after the same, by J. Watson, first state (Arthur), £14. 

82 Credulous lady and the astrologer ; and Innocence and the old beau, after J. R. 

Smith, in colours (Bale), £60 i8s. 

83 Higglers preparing for market ; and The postboy's return, after Morland, by 

D. Orme, in colours (Beal), £71 Ss. 

84 Dancing dogs, after Morland, by T. Gaugain, in colours (Agnew), £141 15s. 

85 The farmer's stable, after Morland, by W. v\'ard, in colours (Weeks), £75 12s. 

86 The bam door, after Morland ; by W. Ward, A cottager going to market, after 

the same ; and another, in colours (Krell), £3 3s. 

87 Death of Nelson, after Craig, by R. Cooper, in colours (F. Daniell), £5 5s. 

88 Lord Nelson boarding the San Josef, by and after D. Orrae, in colours 

(Huggins), £11. 

89 King V.'illiani III, by Valck, proof before all letters (Wyatt), £3. 

90 The Earl of Northumberland ; and The Countess, after Sir P. Lely, by A. 

Brown (Breun), £1 15s. 

91 Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons, after Clostermann, by J. Smith; and the Duke of 

Ormonde, after Sir G. Kneller, by the same (Harford), £1 5s. 

92 Lord and Lady Villiers, after Sir G. Kneller, by J. Smith (Krell), 15s. 

93 Duchess of Portsmouth, after Sir P. Lely, by Valck ; and Nell Gj'wnne and her 

two sons, after the same, by R. Tompson (Wills), £9 gs. 
.94 Duke of Argyll, after Clostermann, by R. WiUiams, proof (Hind), £5 los. 



290 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

r)5 Lady Elizabeth Cromwell, after Sir G. Kneller, by J. Smith (Davis), £i. 

96 Earl of Mar, after Richardson, by J. Smith ; and Charles II, after Neson, by 

Van Dalen, (Davis), £12 is. 6d. 

97 Duke of Beaufort, by Picard (Davis), £5. 

98 WilUam Hayley, after G. Romney, by J. Jacobe ; and Charles Fleetwood, with 

spy-glass, after and by Di.xon (Agnew), £1 5s. 

99 S. Richardson, after Highmore, by McArdell, proof before letters ; and a 

portrait of Pether, after and by himself — proof (Colnaghi), £1 is. 
100 Admiral the Hon. John Byng, after T. Hudson, by R. Houston ; and Benjamin 

Franklin, after Wilson, by McArdell (Maggs), £14 14s. 
loi The Masters Gulston, after Cotes, by V. Green, first state (Brail), £1 5s. 

102 Andrew Drummond, Esq., after Zoffany, by J. Watson (Drummond), £8 8s. 

103 An Archduke of Austria, proof before all letters (Parsons), £5 5s. 

104 Count Platoff ; and The Prince Regent, after PhilUps, by W. Ward, open-letter 

proofs, wide margin (Maggs), £12 12s. 

105 Princess Charlotte, after Lawrence, by Golding ; and The Masters Paterson 

after the same, by Bromley, proof before all letters (Deal), £7 7s. 

106 The Prince de Conde, after de Tott, by F. Bartolozzi, R.A., in colours (Tennant), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

107 Henry Bunbury, after Lawrence, by Ryder, in colours : and Princess Maria 

Charlotte Theresa, after Dabos, by V. Green, in colours ^ Maggs), £1 iis. 6d. 

108 The mouse's petition, after Bunbury, by Bartolozzi ; and two others, after the 

same, in bistre (Browne), £3 3s. 

109 The village doctress, after Northcote, by J. Walker, proof (Citroen), £g 19s 5d. 
no Flower piece, after Van Huysum, by R. Earlom (Bell), £1 us. 6d. 

111 The house of cards, after Copley, by W. Ward, proof before letters (V/ise), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

112 Master Lambton, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Cousins (Bale), £5 i6s. 6d. 

113 Mrs. Jordan, after Romney, by J. Ogborne, in bistre (Bale), £2 12s. 6d. 

114 The fortune teller, after Reynolds, by Sherwin ; The infant Samuel; and 

another (Brail), £1 8s. 

115 A Grecian lady, after Cosway, by Bartolozzi, in red ; and two others (Kine), 

£4 4S. 

116 The lock, after Constable, by D.Lucas ; and another, unframed (Bell), £3 135. 6d. 

117 Mrs.Fitzherbert, after R. Cosway, by J. Conde, unframed(Leggatt), £3 13s. 6d. 

119 Lady Whitmore, after Sir P. Lely, by T. Watson (Pawsey& Payne), £3 13s. 6d. 

120 The Duchesses of Marlborough, St. Albans, Manchester, and Grafton, after 

Sir G. Kneller, by J. Faber (Pawsey & Payne), £6 15s. 

121 The Countesses of Peterborough, Clarendon, Esse.x, and Ranelagh, after and by 

the same (Krell), £6 los. 

122 Queen Anne, The Countess of Dorset, Lady Midleton, and Mrs. Scroop, after 

and by the same (Gray), £5 los. 

123 Boys playing marbles, after R. M. Paye, by R. PoUard ; and The fighting: 

dogs, and The cottage children, after Gainsborough (Pollard), £4 tos. 

124 A visit to the grandmother, after Northcote, by J. R. Smith ; and the com- 

panion ; and II Penseroso, after Romney, by G. Keating (Barnard), £3 5s. 

125 The shepherd, after G. Morland, by VV. Barnard, in colours (Parker), £1 is. 

126 Love and fortune ; and Cupids, after Cipriani, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Davis), 

£9 lOS. 

127 Peggy and Patie, after and by C. J. Plaiter ; Apollo and the Muses; and 

another, all in colours (Tennant), £6 . 

128 The toilet of Venus, after Kauftmanu, by Bartolozzi,; La reflexion ; and 

L'imagination, after Suntach (Barnard), £1 i8s. 



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129 Mrs. Siddons, in " The Grecian daughter " ; and Mrs. Siddons in " Isabella " ; 

after W. Hamilton, by J. Caldwell, open-letter proofs (Gardner), £z. 

130 & 131 Mr. Jorrocks, " Come hup ! I say" ; " Don't move there, we shall 

clear you"; and four other hunting reproductions, after John Leech, 
in colours : No consequence : a Frolic home after a blank day ; and five 
others, after the same, in colours (Agnew), £47 5s. 



April 24. 1914. Christie's. 

Pictures, the property of the late Alexander Allan 
Webbe, Esq., 19, Portland Place, W. ; Pictures, the property 
of his Honour the late Judge Sir Thomas Snagge, K.C.M.G. ; 
the property of the late J. K. Taylor, Esq. ; a collection of 
Water Colour Drawings by F. Wlieatley, R.A., the property 
of Major H. M. Barnes, of Stoneycroft, Ipswich. ; and old 
pictures from other sources. 



Property of Major H. M. Barnes, of Stonycroft, Ipswich. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Wheatley, F., R.A., 1793, Cottage door, with lovers, and a woman spinni n g— 

iii X 17J (Falser), £37 i6s. 

2 Wheatley, F., R.A., 1798, Cottage on a river, with market figures and donkey 

— i5i X i9i (Falser), £28 7=- 

3 Wheatley, F., R.A., 1783, Donnybrook Fair — 7A x gi (an unframed print was 

sold with the drawing) (Law), £8 8s. 

4 Wheatley, F., R.A., 1782, A waterfall on the Liffey, with anglers and peasant- 

women — 22 X 18J (Law), £5 15s. 6d. 

5 Wheatley, F., R.A., An old building, with peasants hanging up clothes — 2o| X 

i7i (Wilde), £6 i6s. 6d. 

6 Wheatley, F., R.A., Love and interest, or dividing the spoils — i\ x ni (Reid), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

7 WTieatley, F. R.A., 1782, Fishermen embarking ; and Fisherfolk on the shore — 

a pair — 7J X 5J (an unframed print of the second drawing was sold 
with them) (Tibbenham), £8 i8s. 6d. 

8 Wheatley, F., R.A., 17S2, Malahide Castle, County Dublin ; and Lismore 

Castle, County Waterford, a pair; — 7 J X 10 (two unframed prints were 
sold with the drawings (Tibbenliam) , £16 i6s. 

9 Wheatley, F., R.A., The salmon-leap, Leixlip, an engraving on the back — 

I4i X 21J (Innes), £5 15s. 6d. 

10 Wheatley, F., R.A., On the Irish coast — 7 x 9 (Parsons), £3 3s. 

11 Wheatley, F., R.A., 17S1, The camp in Hyde Park— 7 X 5* (Tibbenham), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

12 Wheatley, F., R.A., 1782, The oyster-woman — 5 x 7J (Law), £3 3s. 

13 Wheatley, F., R.A., View near Ambleside; and UUswater ; a pair: 8 X 5i 

two engravings framed were sold with the drawings) (Parsons), £8 8s. 

14 Wheatley, F., R.A., Going to market — 5J X 9} (Dowdeswell), £14 14s. 

15 Wheatley, F., R.A., Tending cows — 6J X loj (Agnew), £7 7s. 

16 Wheatley, F., R.A., Outside the cottage ; and The shepherd's repose (Tibben- 

ham), £3 3s. 

17 Wheatley, F., R.A., Love in a mill, Indian-ink wash ; oval — 16\ X 13J 

(Parsons), £3 13s. 6d. 



292 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

PICTURES. 
i8 Bigg, W. R., R.A., Village girl gathering nuts — 13^ x 11 J- (Tibbenham), £7 7s. 

19 Wheatley, F., R.A., The benevolent cottagers — 32J x 24^ (Tibbenham), 

£9 9s- 

20 Wheatley, F., R.A., Haymakers going out — iij X 14 (Tibbenham), £6 6s. 

21 Wheatley, F., R.A., The cottage-door. — 17 x i3i (Tibbenham), £6 6s. 

The property of His Honour, the late Judge Sir Thomas 
Snagge, K.C.M.G., 19, Cadogan Gardens, S.W. 

DRAWINGS. 
In the Folio. 

22 Italian School. Heads of angels ; and Saint Joseph, red chalk ; and two 

others ( — ), 13s. 

Framed. 

23 The Madonna in Glory, black and red chalk ; and A lady studying at a desk 

(Meatyard), 15s. 

24 E E., 1785, Landscapes, with figures, aquatints, coloured ; a set of four — 

8J X loi (Parsons), £2 5s. 

PICTURES. 

25 Coninxlo, C. van, Adoration of the Magi, panel — 32 X 26^ (CoUings), £56 143. 

26 Early English School. Lady, in black dress, seated at a table — 24 X I7i 

(Jardine), £1 is. 

27 Early English School. Gentleman, seated, chalk ; and River scene, with 

windmill (Parsons), £3 5s. 

28 Dutch School. Gentleman, in fur-trimmed cloak, with white ruff and black 

cap — 29J X 24i (Maitland), £2 2S. 

29 Hayman, Company of figures — 28 X 35i (Weardale), £2 2s. 

30 Janssens, C, Gentleman, in black dress, with white lawn collar and small 

tassels, holding his gloves in his left hand ; long fair hair — 31 x 24J (Gtill) 
£84- 

31 Schiavone, Council scene, Venice — 23^ X 26 (Jardine), £4 4s. 

32 Leonardo da Vinci (after), Mona Lisa — 23^ x 17 (Renton), £r 15s. 

Different properties. 

PICTURES. 

33 Dutch School, Lady in black dress, with white lawn collar and cuffs, holding a 

fan, panel — 41J X 30i (Lacey), £17 17s. 

34 Utrecht, A. van, Dead rabbit, partridge, mallard, and stiU life on a table, panel 

—24^ X 26J (Smith), £105. 

35 Palamedes, A., Interior, with cavaliers and ladies around a table, panel — 

14! X 2oi (Jardine), £6 i6s. 6d. 

36 Rembrandt, Lady at her toilet, panel — 15J x 13^ (Wells), £54 12s. 

37 Ostade, Interior, with peasants and children, panel — i7i X i5i (Marshall), 

£94 los. 

38 Hondecoeter, Domestic poultry in a garden — 36^ X 33i (Ellis), £17 17s. 

39 Sartorius, J. F., 1801, A brown hunter, with a groom and a dog in a landscape ; 

and A hunter, with a groom and a dog before a shed, a pair — 24! x zgi 
(Cox), £10 los. 

40 Hobbema, Woody river scene, with anglers, panel — 12 X 13 (Hammond), 

£37 i6s. 

41 Carpentier, A., Captain Fortescue, in blue coat and red vest trirmned with gold 

braid, holding the hilt of his sword ; shipping in the background ; signed, 
and dated 1744—49 X 38J (Wise), £18 i8s. 



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42 Hogarth, Miss Flemyng, in white dress embroidered with gold, seated at a table 

— i8i X 16 (BeU), £6 6s. 

43 Beresteyn, Claes van, Woody river scene, with bathers ; A farm with a dovecot 

OQ the right, panel— 14 X iSJ (Holland), £63. 

44 English School. An astronomer, in black dress with white collar and cuffs, 

standing by a table holding a compass — 71 ;•• 46J (Laurence), £17 17s. 

45 Titian School. Francesco RoveUius, in dark dress, holding his gloves — 41 x 33 

(Hyde), £8 8s. 

46 Ring, P. de. Festoon of flowers, panel — 15^ x 2oi (Schroeder), £12 12s. 

47 Laer, P. de. Peasants regaling before an inn ; and the companion, a pair — 

i4i X 18J (Cohen), £9 19s. 6d. 

48 Heem, De, Basket of fruit ; and Bowl of flowers, a pair — 29 >: 24 (Lind Gallery). 

£33 I2S. 

49 Raebum, Sir H., R.A., Daniel Oliphant, Esq., in brown coat and grey vest, 

with white stock — 2Si X 23J (Matthews), £99 15s. 

50 RejTiolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Lady, in blue dress, trimmed with ermine — i8i x 14J 

(Wyatt), £57 15s. 

51 Dusart, C. Interior of a cottage, with peasant family, panel — 16^ X i4i 

(Wells), £31 los. 

52 Gelder, A. de, Adoration of the shepherds — 5^ x 7i (A. H. Smith), £4 4s. 

53 Crome, Woody landscape, with cottages — 11 x i4i (Huggins), 15s. 

54 Morland, Peasants and children outside an inn — 39 >: 49 (Schroeder), £7 7s. 

55 Neefs, P., Interior of a cathedral, with figures representing the story of the 

widow's mite, panel — sH >' 57 (Amor), £S 8s. 

56 Italian School. Alexander the Great and PhiUp his physician — 34^ x 66 (Wise), 

£12 I2S. 

57 Flemish School. Adoration of the shepherds — 19 x 29 (Smith), £1 is. 

58 Highmore, J., Miss Taylor, in blue dress trimmed with ermine, pearl ornaments 

—23 X I9i (Smith), £35 145. 

59 Dutch School. A bam, with figures, vegetables, and other objects of still life ; 

signed with monogram, and dated 1635, 15^ x 20 panel (Leap), £15 15s. 

60 Speeckaert, J., Fruit and flowers, on a sculptured pedestal, panel — 27 J x 21J 

(Parsons), £15 15s. 

61 Saftleven, C, Interior of a shed, with a peasant, dog, and utensils, panel — 18J X 

21 (Schroeder), £15 15s. 

62 Greuze School. Yoimg girl, in white dress, holding an apple, oval — 17 x 13^ 

(Amor), £57 153. 

63 Mercier, P., Blowing bubbles — 35 X 46 (Wise), £50 8s. 

64 Italian School. Young gentleman, in black dress and cap — 9 J x 8 J (Smith), 

£10 lOS. 

65 Opie, J., R.A., Boy, in grey coat and high hat, leaning on a bridge, and holding 

a fishing-rod and some fish— 29* X 24 J (Smith), £210. 

66 Guardi, The Dogana, Venice, with boats and figures— 14 x 24 (Ba.xter), £17 17s. 

67 Guardi, Piazza of Saint Mark's, with figures — 12J ;■' i8i (Wylde), £33 12s. 

68 Neefs, P., Interior of a church, with figures, by F. Franks, panel — 18 X 24 

(Lewis), £14 14s. 

69 Loo, Van, Charles VT, Emperor of Germany, in armour holding a baton ; and 

Elizabeth Christine of Brunswick, in rich dress, holding a fan, a pair — 
55 X 41 1 (Pass), £136 los. 

70 Dutch School. An artist in his studio, panel — 18 X 13 (CoUings), £4 4s. 

71 Canaletto, A., A church in Venice, with figures — 12 X i6i (Smith), £105. 

72 Velde, W. van de. Fishing-boat and other craft, at the mouth of a river ; signed,. 

and dated 1671 — 15 :■; 23 (Smith), £60 i8s. 



294 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

73 Dutch School. Interior, with peasant and his wife, panel — ii| X gj (Amor), 

£105. 

74 Poussin, G., Extensive landscape, with two figures — igj X 28J (CockereU), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

75 Guardi, F., View near Venice, with an archway, buildings and figures — 19 X 23^ 

(Wall), £21. 

76 Baptiste, Lady, holding a flute, and surroimded by a wreath of flowers — 

54 X 45 (Krell), £15 15s. 

78 Molenaer, J. M., Conversion of Saul, panel — iS^ X 15^ (Ceilings), £3 13s. 6d. 

79 Backhuysen, L., Man-of-war and other vessels at the mouth of a river ; signed, 

and dated 1701 — i6f X 23J (Dyer), £13 13s. 
So Dusart, C, Peasants at the door of a cottage — 18 x 13J (Reid), £2 i2e. 6d. 

81 Huysmans, J., Catherine of Braganza, Queen of Charles 11, in dark dress, with 

pearls, sculptured oval — 29 X 25 (Gore), £25 4s. 

82 School of Lely. Lady, in white dress, with!pearl and jewel ornaments — 29 X 24J 

(Ford), £6 i6s. 6d. 
■83 Huysmans, J., Wife of James II, in white dress, oval — 29 J X 24^ (Stock), 

£5 5S- 
■84 Early English School. Duke of York, when a child, in white and blue frock, 

with a to)' horse, in a landscape — 50 X 40 (Paget), £46 4s. 
S5 Wootton, J., Duke of Cumberland, and his aide-de-camp, on horseback; a 

review in the distance — 35 J X 30 (Huggins), £78 15s, 
■86 Bogdani, J., Peacock, parrots, and other birds — 36 X 56 (KreU), £35 14s. 
87 Blankerhof, J., Men-of-war, yacht, and fishing-boats off the Dutch coast; 

stormy weather — 36 X 50^ (Parsons), £44 2s. 
B8 Ostade, Peasant, in buff jacket, seated, holding his pipe, panel — 7 X 5^ (Bell), 

£44 2S. 

89 Janssens, P., Fruit, goblets, and still hfe on a table — 31 X 38 (FeUowes), 

£14 14s. 

90 Neefs, P., Interior of a church, with figures, by F. Francks, panel — 13J X i8i 

(Hunter), £10 los. 

91 Canaletto School, Grand Canal, Venice, with gondolas and figures — 13J X 20J 

(EUis), £15 15s. 

92 Wouverman School. The halt of a hawking party, panel — 13J X iif (Leaf), 

i7 7s. 

93 Canaletto School. Grand Canal, Venice, with boats and figures — 27 X 4ii 

(Jardine), £6 6s. 

94 Canaletto School, View in Venice, with boats and figures — 21 X 31 (Leger), 

£16 1 6s. 

95 ChUoni, Coronation of the Doge of Venice- — 29 x 24 (Hood), £12 12s. 

96 Baptiste, Flowers in a basket, on a pedestal — 32J X 40J (Holland), £17 6s. 6d. 

97 Troost, C, The proposal — iSJ X 14 (Keytes), £25 4s. 

98 Early English School. Mrs. Jane Wilson, nee Morland, wife of Alderman Thos. 

Wilson, Mayor of Kendal. In white dress, with red scarf- — 29 X 24 
(Treasure), £2 12s. 6d. 

99 Nasmyth, Woody landscape, with distant view of London — 13^ X 17 (Leger), 

£10 los. 
100 Molenaer, J. M., Boors seated round a barrel, carousing, panel — iij X gi 

(Bell), £11 lis. 
loi Piazzette, G. B., Boy, with a chicken — 16J X 14 (Ben Simon), £17 17s. 
102 French School. Winter : Four boys making a bonfire — 23 X 37i (Taylor), 

£7 7s. 



Christie's.] April 24, 1914. 295 

103 Schoevaerdts, M., Landscape, with ruins, figures and animals ; and Bay scene, 

with boats and figures, a pair, panel — 13 X 19 (Dowdeswell), £14 14s. 

104 Hamilton, W., R.A., The seasons, a set of four, panel— 15J X iij (Charles), 

£65 2S. 

105 Dutch School. Figures, round a fire near an old castle, panel — 13J X i2i 

(Permain), £10 los. 

106 Hoszler, H., Sheep ; and Poultry, a pair ; and Dead teal ; and Dead pigeons, 

a pair, panel (Mitchell), £2 12s. 6d. 



107 Backer, J. A., Gentleman, in grey cloak, with scarf enriched with silver thread ; 

black hat with jewels and feather, panel — 23J X igi (Glen), £157 10s. 

108 Baptiste, Flowers in a sculptured vase — 49 X 39 (Huggins), £19 19s. 

109 Bol, F., Lady, in dark brocaded dress, with large white ruff and embroidered 

lawn cap— 28 X 22^ (Smith), £54 12s. 
no Crayer, G., Madonna and Child, with Saint Elizabeth and Saint John, sur- 
rounded by cherubs— 604 x 82 (Cattle), £26 5s. 

111 Elliger, O., Fruit, flowers, and still life on a slab, panel— 24i X i8i (Schroeder), 

£27 6s. 

112 Gainsborough, Landscape, with travelling figures and animals — 10 X15 (Cattle), 

£16 i6s. 

113 Locatelli, Seaport, with an archway, figures and boats — 24 X 28^ (Buck), 

£18 i8s. 

114 Moeyaert, N. C, A peasant family: An old man, his wife and two daughters 

46^ X 5ii (Cattle), £19 19s. 

115 Poussin, N., Bacchus and Ariadne : A composition of numerous figures by the 

seashore — 28 x 40^ (Cattle), £13 13s. 

116 Steenwyck, H., Interior of a cathedral, with figures, panel — 11 X 9i (Cohen), 

£17 17s. 



Property of the late Alexander Allan Webbe, Esq., ig, 
Portland Place, W. 

PICTURES. 
1x7 Armfield, G., 1846, Terriers, a pair — 16J X 2oi (Desmond), £1 iis. 6d. 

118 Crome, Woody landscape ; and River scene, with castle and figures (Dyer), 

£S 13s. 6d. 

119 Crome, Forest scene, with deer; and Horse, dog and goat, panel (Willner), 

£4 los. 

120 Devis, A. W., Sir Alexander Allan, Bart., M.P., for Benvick ; Director of the 

East India Company, in military uniform of scarlet coat with blue facings 
and gold epaulettes ; buff vest and breeches ; his hands gloved, and holding 
his hat and sword — 49 '< 39 ; a fraraed print by W. W. Barney, was sold 
with the picture — (Cohen), £75 12s. 

121 Diest, Van, Mouth of a river, with fishing boats and figures, panel — 14 X 22J 

(Collings), £5 5S. 

122 IJutch School. Landscape, with peasants and cart near an archway — 17! X 21 

(Willner), £6 6s. 

123 Early EngUsh School. Richard CoUey, Marquess Wellesley, Second Earl of 

Mornington, in peer's robes, wearing the Chain and Order of Saint Patrick 
—49 X 39 (Wells), £68 5S. 

124 Early English School. Young boy, in crimson frock, standing in a landscape 

with a dog— 55 x 43J (Mall), £18 i8s. 



296 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

125 Early English School. Young girl, ia white frock, holding a basket of flowers 

— 23* X igi (Warr), £31 los. 

126 Goyea, Van, River scenes, with castles, boats and figures, a pair, panel — 

iij X 14 (Smith), £35 14s. 

127 Goyen, Van, after, River scene, with fishermen drawing nets, by Miss J. R, 

Thomson — 22 X 3oi (Winternitz), £5 5s. 

128 Ibbetson, Woody river scene, with peasants and cattle — 27^ X 35i (Maitland), 

£4 4S. 

129 Leemputten, C. van, 1862, Landscapes, with poultry, a pair, panel — 9 X iij- 

(Desmond), £4 14s. 6d. 

130 Morland, G., Coast scene, with fishermen landing cargo from a yacht ; a horse 

and cart in the foreground — 19^ x 26 (Tooth), £99 15s. 

131 Pannini, P., Roman ruins, with figures, a pair — 29 x 24^ (Warr), £35 14s. 

132 Rathbone, J., Landscapes, with peasants and animals, a pair — ^13^ x 17 

(Willner), £6 6s. 

133 Rombouts, J., Town on a river, with ruined castle and figures, panel — i7i- x 24J 

(Leger), £2 2s. 

134 Saftleven, View over a river, with a town, figures and boats — 19 x 22J (Leger), 

£4 4S- 

135 Schelfhout, A., Frozen river scene, with skaters, panel — iii X isi (Willner), 

£2 2S. 

136 Steine, A. van der. Landscape, with ruined castle, peasant woman and donkey, 

panel — 13 X 18 (Smith), £3 3s. 

137 Storck, Johaimes, Seaport, with men-of-war, boats and figures — 28^ X 34J 

(Warr), £39 i8s. 

138 Vanderdonk, F., 1862, Ewes and lambs, a pair, panel — 6J X 8^ (Mitchell), 

£2 I2s. 6d. 

139 Verboeckhoven, E., 1855-6, A ewe and lambs ; and A goat and kid, a pair 

—6 X 8 (Mitchell), £40 19s. 

140 Velde, Van de. Shipping in a calm, off the coast — 26J X 46^ (Smith), £21. 

141 Williams, E., River scene, with windmill, cottages, boats and figures — •27i X 

33J (Leggatt), £12 I2S. 

142 Wright, J. W., 1829, Young girl, in white frock with pink sash — -36 X 27^ 

(Leaf), £5 5S. 



Property of the late J. K. Tavlor, Esq., 152, St. John's 
Road, Deptford, S.E. 

PICTURES. 

143 Early English School, Gentleman, in red coat and vest, holding a paper — 

29i X 24i (Layton), £9 19s. 6d. 

144 Hogarth School. An artist holding a picture, panel ; and gentleman, in grey 

coat and green vest (White), £6 6s. 

145 Jordaens, J., Paul and Barnabas at Lystra — 58 X 80 (St. Heuse), £25 43. 

146 Kauffman, Beauty, prudence and folly, circular — 24^ ins. diameter (Wright), 

£13 13s. 

147 Kneller, Lady, in widow's dress ; Lady, in yellow and red dress ; and Lady, 

in green and blue dress ; a set of three, oval — 29i X 24 (Wright), £19 19s. 

148 Kneller, Lady, in white dress with blue scarf, oval ; and Head of an old lady, 

with white lace cap (Leger), £8 8s. 

149 Le Brun, Female saint preaching to a Roman general and his staff — 37.J X 48 

(Falkner), £9 gs. 



Christie's.] April 24, 1914. 297 

150 Pannini, Roman ruins ; and The last supper, by Francks, on copper, oval 

(East), £8 8s. 

151 Rubens School. Incredulity of Sadnt Thomas ; and Ecce Homo, panel (Cohen), 

i-7 7s. 

152 Steenwyck, Interior of a church, with figures, panel — 15^ X 244 (Leger), £5 5s. 

153 Vanni, The Crucifixion ; and The same subject, by Francks, panel (Layton), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

154 Velde, Van de, Boats firing a salute— 324 X 51 (Smith), £23 2S. 

155 Zuccarelli, River scene, with ruins, travelling peasants and animals — 27J X 63J- 

(Richardson), £9 9s. 



April 24, 1914, Sotheby's. 

The J. E. Hodgkin Collection of Engravings. 

13 Charles Edward, the Young Pretender, oval, in ornamental frame, attached 
to an anchor ; the same, in Scotch dress, the " Manifesto " falling from his 
hand ; the same, whole length, in tartan dress, by G. Wille (Pollard)^ 
jfio 5S. 

18 John Felton, the lively portraicture of, who most miserably kU'd the right 
honble. George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, whole length, with dagger 
in hand (Sabin), £10 5s. 

20 Henry Duke of Grafton, whole length, in his robes, by Beckett, after Hawker • 
Madame Graham, nearly whole length, seated, after Lely (A. Davis), £5 5s. 

22 Eleanor Gwynne, with a lamb, two lines of verse under, by G. Valck, after Lely, 

in line, early impression (Maggs), £4 los. 

23 Eleanor Gwynne, with her two sons, standing in a garden, by H. Gascar, only- 

three impressions known (see C.S., p. 526), (Stewart), £15. 

25 Eleanor Gwynne impersonating Cupid, three-quarter length, nude, R. 

Tompson, excudit (Sabin), £10 los, 

26 Eleanor Gwynne, partly nude, by V. Green, after Lely ; the same, nearly whole 

length, seated, with a lamb, after the same (Mrs. Hodgkin), £9. 

27 James Harrington, author of the " Oceana," by Marchi ; Heneage Finch, 

Earl of Winchelsea, by G. Vertue ; Henrietta, Duchess of Orleans, an 
original drawing by R. White (Maggs), £7. 
33 Sir Joseph Jordan, Admiral, three-quarter length, after Lely; Sir Leoline 
Jenkins, by H. E. Quiter (F. Daniell), £4 4s. 

35 John Duke of Lauderdale, by Beckett, after Riley ; Sir John Lowther, after 

Lely (F. Daniell), £4 4s. 

36 Sir Peter Lely, engraved by A. de Jode (Mrs. Hodgkin), £1 is. 

38 Cardinal Mazarin, engraved by R. Nanteuil (Brail), £1. 

39 James Duke of Monmouth, half length, in armour, by P. Schenck ; the same, 

by J. Smith, after Wissing (Mrs. Hodgkin), £5 5s. 

40 James Duke of Monmouth on horseback, probably by F. Barlow ; and one other 

of the same (Pollard), £3. 

41 Anne Duchess of Monmouth, in oval, by P. Schenck, after Kneller (A. Davis),. 

£7 lOS. 

43 WiUiam Perm, founder of Pennsylvania, engraved by J . Hall ; Sir W. Penn, 

by Godby, after Lely (Pollard), £4 8s. 

44 Samuel Pepys, bust in an oval, engraved by R. White, after Kneller, frontis- 

piece to his Naval Memoirs ; the same, oval on a scroll, by R. Wliite, his 
ex-libris plate (C. Massey), £9 5s. 



298 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

45 Madam Jane Robarts, three-quarter length, seated, after Lely, sold by Alex. 
Browne at ye blew ballcony in Little Queen Street, only three impressions 
said to be known (Arthur), £i i6s. 

47 Titus Gates, half-length, in oval frame, after T. Hawker, R. Tompson excudit ; 

and two others of the same (Maggs), £3 3s. 

48 Mary Princess of Orange, by W. Faithome, first state of this beautiful engrav- 

ing ; J. Ricraft, by the same, first state (Honthakker), £3 5s. 

49 Admiral de Ruyter, by A. Blooteling ; and one other, proof before letters 

(Sotheran), £3. 

50 Edward Montagu Earl of Sandwich, in oval frame, by Blooteling, after Lely ; 

the same, three-quarter length, by Blooteling, after the same (Parker), 
£3 I2S. 

51 John Earl of Rochester, three-quarter length, seated, with pipe in hand, by 

Beckett, after C. D. Vois ; Henry Sidney, son of the Earl of Leicester, after 
Lely (Ellis), £3 5s. 

52 Sir Cloudesley Shovell, three-quarter length, in armour, by J. Smith, after 

De Ryck (Edwards), £4. 
54 F. M. De la Tour d'Auvergne, Vicomte de Turenne, engraved by R. Nanteuil 
(RimeU), £5 los. 

61 James Duke of York, three-quarter length, truncheon in left hand resting on 

camion, after Lely ; The Duchess of York, after Lely, three-quarter length, 
seated, the companion to preceding (Brail), £5 los. 

62 Charles I. A looking-glass for traytors, being the manner of his tryall by 

those barbarous wretches, 1660 ; Execution of the regicides, two engravings 
with German and Dutch inscriptions, framed (Pollard), £i6 5s. 

63 James Edward, the Old Pretender, and his sister, mezzotint, by J. Smith, 

after Largilliere (Pollard), £5 los 

64 Birth of the Old Pretender (Sabin), £2 4s. 

65 James Edward, the Old Pretender, at the age of sixteen, half length, in oval 

frame, by Edelinck, after De Troyes (F. DanieU), £4. 

66 Charles Edward, the Yoimg Pretender, half length, in armour, by J. G. Wille, 

after Tocque, 1748 (Brail), £3 i8s. 

67 A. Blooteling. Portraits of the Dutch Admirals de Fries, and Aert van Nes ; 

curious early engraving of a man-o'-war, with descriptions in Dutch and 
English (Oatway), £18. 

68 Sir Thomas Allin, half length, in armour, in ornamental frame, engraved by 

P. Vanderbanc, after Kneller ; William Viscount Grandison, after Van- 
dyck, whole length (Mrs. Hodgkin), £4 5s. 

69 Samuel Pepys, engraved by R. White, after Kneller, frontispiece to his Naval 

Memoirs ; the same, oval on a scroll, by R. White, his ex-libris plate, late 
impression, with his monogram and motto beneath, framed ( — ) £12 los. 

73 The Battle of Culloden, 1746, a very large print, 36 X 22 ; Trial of Simon 

Lord Lovat, by Basire (Maggs), £14 15s. 

74 Cromwell, a very curious Dutch print, showing the execution of Charles I, etc., 

Cromwell stands clad in armour, a sword in his right hand, a globe in his left ; 
Cromwell preaching to a congregation, chiefly of women, after the Battle of 
Worcester, 1651 ; the Quaker's meeting; and an emblematic engraving 
of a large ship (Rimell), £6 los. 
76 Representation of Quackeries, apparently connected with those alleged to have 
been practised against the Earl of Essex, introducing figures, apparently 
those of the Earl and Countess of Essex, engraved by M[artin] D[roeshoutJ, 
1612 (Rimell), £2 i8s. 



Sotheby's.] April 24, 1914. 299 

78 Nelson's attack on the combined fleet, October 21st, 1805, coloured, with 
description beneath ; Harwich, a large early engraving, by Kip (Parker), 
£6 5S. 

83 Treaty of Breda, 1667, a pair of large engravings ; The Siege of Breda, 1637 

(Houthakker), £4. 4s. 

84 Burning, by De Ruyter, of the English ships at Chatham, July, 1667, and the 

Rejoicings in Holland over the victory ; a series of four large Dutch 
engravings (Parker), £8 los. 

87 Captain Kemthorn's engagement in the Mary Rose, with seven Algier men of 

war, W. Hollar delineavit et sculpsit (Oatway), £3 15s. 

88 Jan and Cornelius de Witt, scenes in their lives and their murder in 1672, by 

R. de Hooghe ; Engagement between the Dutch and English, July 7, 1673 
(Tregaskis), ^5 15s. 
no Bartholomew Fair, the humours of, engraved and sold by J. Basire, with 
mmierous figures (Sabin), £s los. 



April 27, 1914. Christie's. 

Remaining Works of the late J. H. F. Bacon, Esq.* 
A.R.A., M.V.O., II, Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W. ; also 
Modern Pictures and Drawings, the property of the late 
W. E. Vickers, Esq., 121, Ashley Gardens, Westminster, 
S.W. ; and from other sources. 



Remaining Works of the late J. H. F. Bacon, Esq., 
A.R.A., M.V.O., II, Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W. 

PICTURES AND OIL SKETCHES. 

Unframed. 

48 & 49 A Gambler's wife — igi X 26i ; A study for " The shower," picture 
never completed — 13! X I7i (Edwards), 5s. 

50 Landscape, with village and church ; and Sketch, of nymphs in a woodland 

glade (Edwards), £3. 

51 & 52 Interior of Westminster Abbey; and The crown, sceptre and sword; 

Studies for " The Coronation of their Majesties the King and Queen." 
Portrait study of a lady, in white dress, seated — 50 X 40 (Pickering), 15s. 

53 Study of the interior of the Guildhall ; a sketch for the picture of " The return 

of the C.I.V." — I7i X 20J (Newton), los. 6d. 

54 Head of a girl ; and A study of trees (Edwards), 12s. 

35 Head of a gentleman, with dark dress, 1890 — 29J X 24^ (Paris), i6s. 

Framed. 

56 Head of a Spanish girl — 23i X 19^ (Evans), £1 5s. 

57 Enid and her mother — 37^ x 22 (Exiwards), £3 13s. 5d. 

58 South Africa, 1900 — 35^ X 27J (Paris), £1 5s. 

59 A reception in a garden — 33 X 43^ (Edwards), 15s. 

60 & 61 The interior of Westminster Abbey, The High Altar ; a study for " The 

coronation of their Majesties the King and Queen " — 40 X 50. The 



300 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

interior of Westminster Abbey, showing the Throne and the South Transept; 
A study for " The coronation of their Majesties the King and Queen "— 
40 X 50 (London Museum), £5 5s. 

62 Hide-and-seek — 29* X 24^ (Sampson), £4 14s. 6d. 

63 A portrait study — -29^ X 24^ (CoUings), ^i iis. 6d. 

64 Touchstone and Rosalind — 33i X 21J (Greenstreet), f^s 15s. 6d. 

65 The song — 18 X 24 (Lynch), £4 4s. 

66 Head of a lady, with white dress — 23^ X igj (Newton), £3 13s. 6d. 

67 Sunlight and shadow, R.A., 1894 — 37^ X 21J (Sampson), £5 5s. 

68 His Eminence Cardinal Vaughan, R.A., 1902 — 35J X 31 (Evans), ;f2i. 

69 The dancing lesson — 394 X 49J (Arthiurton), £52 los. 

70 " Suscipe me, Domine ! " R.A., 1895 — 63X83 (Sampson), £32 lis. 

71 At the play: Debutantes, R.A., 1909 — 86^ X 66 (Sampson), £32 iis. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

78 Greenaway, Kate, Tea-time ; returning from school ; and four others, unframed 

Keep), £5 5s. 

79 Bonington, R. P., River scene, with sailing vessels — 6 X 9 (Hoare), £26 5s. 

80 Bonington, R. P., 1824, The fisherman's wife — 5i X SJ (Hoare), £6 6s. 

81 Ball, Wilfred, 1883, Trinity Church, Stratford-on-Avon ; Twilight— 7J x i2i 

(Mullen), £2 2s. 
• 82 Bingley, J. G., Winter fare — 13 x 9 (Mullen), 15s. 

83 Bingley, J. G., A shady stream — 13 X 7i (Mullen), £1 6s. 

84 Coleman, F., 1880, Returning to the monastery — 2of X 14J (Sampson), 15s. 

85 Coleman, F., 1879, A Roman shepherd and his flock— 17J X 12 (Sampson), 

£1 4S- 

86 Creswick, T., R.A., The windmill; and A farmyard, by A. Ditchfield, 1864 

(Smith), £4 los. 

87 Foster, Birket, Coblenz — 4J X 6} (Sampson), £5. 

88 Goodwin, Albert, 1889, Windsor — lo X 14J (Sampson), £6 6s. 

89 Goolden, F. W., 1909, Doorway: St. John's College, Cambridge, pencil — 

16 X loj (Leggatt), los. 6d. 

90 Hunt, 'W., Young lady, seated in a chair — 10 X 7 (Gooden'&TFox), £1 los. 

91 Kilbume, G. G., The minuet — 8 x 6 (Bowden), £5. 

92 McDonald, J. B., A.R.S.A., A village road— gj X i3i (Bowden) £1 los. 

93 Moore, H., R.A., 1875, Whitbarrow from the Kent River — 12JX21J (Bowden), 

£6 6s. 

94 Fielding, Queen Eleanor's cross, Waltham ; and Newhaven Harbovu:, in oils, by 

J. Fraser (Kilby), 15s. 

95 Bonheur, R., Cattle in a pasture, sepia — 9 X 12 (Evans), £11 iis. 

96 Purser, W., Athens — 5I X 8J (Amor), £2 15s. 

97 Roberts, David, R.A., Sabaste, Ancient Samaria — 81 X isi (Kilby), los. 6d. 

98 Steeple, J., 1883, A moorland road — 9 x 13J (Boswell), £1 12s. 

99 Tayler, F., The drove— 4 X 7 (Mullen), £5 5s. 

100 Weissenbruch, J. H., Landscape, with two figures — 5 J X 12 J (Maitland), 

£2 12s. 6d. 
loi Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1871 — Ullswater— loj x 17 (MuUen), £3, 

102 Garland, H., The sheep-fold, black and white — 19J X 29i (Blake), £2 2S. 

103 Modem. Views of the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, a pair, in elaborately carved 

frames— 35 x 33 (James), £6 6s. 

104 Blair, John, 1906, Berwick Bridge — 144 X 2oi (White), £3 13s. 6d. 



Christie's.] April 27, 1914. 301 

PICTURES. 

105 Parker, H. H., Oa the Lledr River, North Wales— 23J X 35i (Paris), £5 5s. 

106 Parker, H. H., Harvest-time — igi x 28^ (Mayer), £6 6s. 

107 Couver, J. van, Dutch Town on a river — 19 J x 29 (Line), £s 13s. 6d. 

108 Holland, John, The gipsy encampment — 23J X 35J (Mayer), £5 5s. 

109 Avendano, G. S. de. The bay of Livomo — gj X 18J (Hill), £3 13s. 6d. 

110 Luker, W., Across the moor — iij x igi (Rolls), £1 5s. 

111 Luker, W., A rest in the wood; and Buckhurst Park, a pair — 18 J X 31! 

(Sampson), £4 los. 

112 Hooper, J. Horace, Haymaking at Cookham — 30 X 49i (Lewis), £8 8s. 

113 Hooper, J. Horace, Cornfield at Great Marlow — 30 X 49i (Lewis), £g gs. 

114 Bonington, R. P., Coast scene ; Teatro MarceUo, Rome, by W. Callow ; and 

Relics of the Middle Ages at Rouen and Malines, by W. Callow, two, in one 
frame (Falser), £2 los. 

115 Callow, W., The Bridge of Sighs, Venice ; and St. Mary's HaU, Coventry 

(Collins), 128. 

116 Callow, W., Piazza Corpus Domini, Turin; and The Market-Place, Coburg 

(Bowden) £18 i8s. 

117 Callow, W., Porta de la Carta, Venice ; and Venice from the Foscari Palace 

(Bowden) ;fi3 2S. 6d. 

118 Callow, W., Venetian palaces — 12J X i8i (Mitchell), £6 i6s. 6d. 

119 Herring, J. F., 1843-5, Farmyards, a pair — 17J X 23^ (Evans), £24 3s. 

120 Herring, J. F., Cart horses returning to the farm — 21 J X 29J (Holmes), £10 los. 

121 Herring, J. F., 1854, A white bull— igi x 23* (Paris), £6 5s. 

122 Harris, G. W., Canterbury bells and fruit — i3i X iij (Lacey), £3 13s. 6d. 

123 Harris, G. W., Fruit on a table — iij x 13^ (Lacey), £3 13s. 6d. 

124 Herring, J. F., 1848, Interior of a stable, with a horse, pigs and poultry — 23J x 

25 (KUby), £2 15s. 

125 Herring, J. F., Farmyard, with horses, pigs and ducks — 13J x zsi (Pawsey 

and Payne), £15. 

126 Peppercorn, A. D., A pool at Horsley — 17J x 314 (Sampson), £16 5s. 6d. 

127 Macleay, Macneil, A.R.S.A., View of Edinburgh — 16^X254 (King), £4 14s. 6d. 

128 Herring, Portraits of Jack Spigot ; Theodore ; Jerry ; and Memnon, a set of 

four — 14 X 18J (Fores), £194 5s. 

129 Hurt, Louis, B., On the moors — 174 x 234 (Dance), £31 ros. 

130 Farquharson, J., A.R.A., Homewards — 37J X 60 (Evans), £33 12s. 

131 Eraser, Alex., R.S.A., An East Coast Harbour — 27 X 35 (Evans), £28 7s. 

132 Heffner, Karl, Windsor Castle — 22 X 28i (Evans), £21. 

133 Heinisch, C, (Munich), 1881, Summer-time — i3i X 11 (Pafirath), £5 15s. 6d. 

Property of the late W. E. Vickers, Esq., 121, Ashley 
Gardens, Westminster. 

DRAWINGS. 

134 Clark, Warren, i8g2, Near Godalming ; and Loch Katrine, by B. Earp (Mayer), 

£1 lOS. 

135 Glendening, A., 1901, In the garden — 2ii X 13J (Mitchell), £13 13s. 

136 Sherrin, D., Henley-on-Thames — igi x 35J (Pawsey & Payne), £1 i8s. 

PICTURES. 

137 Clark, O. F., In the New Forest, Lymington ; and A glen in Somersetshire, 

a pair — 3g X 2g (Payne), £1 16s. 

138 Dnuomond, Arthur, i8g9. Waiting— iij x igi (Sampson), £6 i6s. 6d. 



302 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

139 Drvunmond, Arthur, 1897, A battle of flowers at the Floralia — laj X 16J 

(Sampson), £n 4s. 

140 East, Sir Alfred, R.A., Spring ploughing— 15J x 21J (Paris), £10 los. 

141 Glindoni, H. G. 1899, A stolen interview — 27^ X 35 (Polak), £28 7s. 

142 Hooper, J. Horace, The lock — 23 X 41 (Frost & Reed), £8 8s. 

143 King, Yeend, The mill-pool — 27 X 35 (Smith), £21. 

144 Meadows, Arthur, 1900, Venice : Sunset — 23! X 4ii (Sampson), £8 i8s. 6d. 

145 Rezia, P., On the Scheldt, a pair, panel — 7i X 5i (Justice), £1 5s. 

146 Skelton, J., 1894, The duet ; and The gamblers, a pair — 19J x i5i (Sampson), 

£9 9S- 

147 Skelton, J., The love-letter — 16 x 7i (Sampson), £2 2s. 

Another property. 

DRAWINGS. 

148 Foster, Birket, In a garden at Sorrento — 12 x 8J (Sampson), £31 los. 

149 Goodwin, A., 1876, Lynton, North Devon, SJ x iij (Sampson), £5 5s. 

150 Gregory, E. J., R.A., Up river ; and Shipping, Newcastle, by T. M. Richardson 

(Mullen), los. 6d. 

151 Roberts, D., R.A., 1835, Seville Cathedral: Sunrise^7 x loj (Leggatt), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

152 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., The Valley of the Rhone— 9 x 17J (Sampson), £z 2S. 

153 Walker, F. A.., R,A., Out of the rain — 4J x 6 (Sampson), £$ 5s. 

PICTURES. 

154 Barker, T., of Bath, Landscape, with peasants and sheep, panel — 12 X 9i 

(Evans), £2 2s. 

155 Bias, O. L., Rome, 1881, The enchantress — 38 X 24J (Mayer), £g 199. 6d. 

156 Breakspeare, W. A., The Vicar of Wakefield — 21 X 35 (Wells), £21. 

157 Constant, Benjamin, Birth of Venus — 6i x igj (Gooden & Fox), £5 los. 

158 Cooke, B. W., R.A., 1866, Sunset, panel— 6i x 9i (Newman), £6 6s. 

159 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1875, Sunny day : Seven cows on the bank of a river — 

29 X 43i (Evans), £141 15s. 

160 Frost, W. E., R.A., The sea-cave, oval — 16 X iSJ (Warner), £19 19s. 

161 Glendening, A. A., 1866, Harvest-time^igi X 31^ (Pickering), £2 12s. 6d. 

162 Gow, A. C, R.A., 1875, Sophy Baddeley at the Pantheon — 30 x 48 (Sampson), 

;fi52 5S. 

163 Gregory, E. J., R.A., 1891, Bumham Beeches, panel — 6 x 8} (Mitchell), £1 is. 

164 Gregory, E. J., R.A., Marlow : below lock — ii X 15 (Sampson), £4 4s. 

165 Holland, J., The Old Tolbooth, Edinburgh; and Hilly river scene, by J. 

Aumonier, panel (Sampson), £1 is. 

166 Jiminez, L., 1876, An interview, panel 6i X 4 (Ball), £21. 

167 Joanowitch, P., Lighting his pipe, panel — 12J X 8} (Sampson), £5 5s. 

168 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., The Temple of Phils ; looking up the hill— 6J X n 

(Sampson), £5 5s. 

169 Long, Edwin, R.A., Spanish gipsies — 37i X 29J (Sampson), £15 153. 

170 Marks, H. S., R.A., 1872, Waiting for the procession — 36 X 63, 1872 

(Lister), £73 i6s. 

171 de Morgan, Evelyn, 1881, Phosphorus and Hesperus — 23J X i7i (Carfax), 

£9 9S- 

172 Raffaelli, J. F., On the banks of the Seine — 12 X 16 (Sampson), £10 los. 

173 Ruin, Horace van. The cigarette — 20 X 9i (Sampson), £3 3s. 

174 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1871, Somerset House from the river — 9 x 13J (Paris), 

£6 1 6s. 6d. 



Sothbby's.] April 29, 1914. 303 



April 29, 1 9 14. Sotheby's. 

Pictures and Drawings in Water-colours and Pastel, 
including property of Lord Glanusk ; property of ]\Iajor- 
General Sterling, 249, Knightsbridge, S.W. ; property of 
Lord Braye ; and Pictures and Drawings from other sources. 

VVATBR-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

Framed. 

1 Baton, Maria, St. Paul's from the river, a pair— 14^ x 21 (Harrisoa), £1 155. 

2 Matthison, W., St. Ives, Cornwall: Evening— 10 x 21 (Harrison), £1 15s. 

3 Matthison, W., A rock garden ; and Sibford Ferris, near Banbury, a pair — 

loj X i4i (Meadows), £2 5s. 

Sutton Palmer. 

4 On the Dochart, Killin, signed (Harrison), fy. 

5 A Sussex Lane, near Amberley, signed (Parkins), £ij,. 

6 Sherwood Forest, signed (Parkins), £&. 

7 A croft in Invernessshire, signed (Lowson), £n. 

PASTEL DRAWINGS. 

8 Houlyer, Da la, 1791, George III in blue coat, white vest and breeches and 

white silk stockings, standing, with column and landscape background 
— 32 X 25 (Norton), £2 los. 

9 Houlyer, De la, 1791, Queen Charlotte in white and blue dress, standing, with 

curtain and landscape background — 32 X 25 (Norton), £2. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

10 Constable, Landscape with church, water and cattle in foreground — SJ x 12 

(Norton), £4 5S. 

11 Turner, Wood scene; Figures fishing in a stream, unmounted — 9 x 6( — ), 

£1 13s. 

13 Prout, The Tempie of Mars— 17 X n (Parkins), £4 i8s. 

14 Cox, David, Old castle by a river, with boats and figures— loj X 14 (Parkins), 

16 Fielding, Copley, Sea sketch of a fishing smack making for the harbour — 8i X 

12J (Mitchell), £4 15s. 

17 Buck, A., Girl and dog, a pair in pencil, coloured ; signed and dated 1779 

(Harroway), £5 los. 
i8 Buck, A., Children subjects, in pencil, four in one frame (Meatyard), £2. 

19 Foster, Birket, Three children gathering nuts — 7 x 10 (Barton), £4. 

20 Foster, Birket, Two children at a cottage door — 4i X 5i (Barton), £2. 

DRAWINGS BY J. D. HARDING. 

33 Blumless Alp — 8i X 13 (Mitchell), £1 is. 

34 Venetian fishing boat, water-colour — 9 J X 14^ ; and Studies of peasants, 

pencil (C. B. Innes), £1 4s. 

35 Grand Canal, 1845, pencil, tinted — 14 X 10 (Walker Galleries), £2 15s. 

36 Verona, pencil, tinted — 14J X 20 (Allan), £1 2S. 

37 Grand Canal, Venice — 14 X 20 (Walker Galleries), £2. 

38 Bergamo, 1834, pencil, tinted — lo X i4i (Thomas), £1 5s, 



304 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

Framed. 

39 James, Francis, A.R.W.S., Linriias — 12 X 16 (Clegg), £y. 

40 Bonington, A ship at anchor — 6J x gj (C. E. Innes), £10. 

42 Way, J. C, 1886, Swiss lake scene — 19 X 28 (James), (,1 is. 

43 Way, J. C, 1884, Woodland path, companion to the above — 19 X 28 (James), 

i8s. 

44 Way, J. C, 1886, A Swiss lake — 19 X 29 (James), £2 5s. 

45 Way, J. C, 1885, Swiss Alpine view — 20 x 13 ; George Barnard, The beech 

wood— 21 x 30 (James), £1 19s. 

46 Chevalier, N., 1877, Swiss Alpine scene — 7 X 10 ; Woolnoth, A., Woodland 

scene — 14 x 10 (Harker), £i 14s. 

47 Herkomer, Sir H. von, R.A., Landscape, with trees and water in foreground — 

16 X 10 (Sampson), £-3, 15s. 

48 Haines, W. H., 1870, Signing the deed — 10 x 13 (Sampson), £2 los. 

49 Severn, Walter, 1877, Seascape : Off Bute — 2oi X 29J (F. L. Cox), £1 los. 

50 Haig, Carl, 1863, Head of an old man — 20 X 14 (Bateson), £1. 

51 May, W. W., 1863, Old wreck on the seashore— 13 X 26 (C. E. Innes), £2 5s. 

52 Leech, John, 1846, Returning from a fancy ball, drawing in ink and water- 

colours — 8 X 12^^ (Spencer), £2 15s. 

53 Cox, David, The Coliseum — 9J X 14 (F. L. Cox), £1 los. 

Pictures by Modern Artists of the English School. 

54 Murray, David, R.A., " Where stormy tempests gather " — 60 x 36 (Sampson), 

£3 los. 

55 Murray, David, R.A., The glow before decay, 1878 — 36 x 60 (Mitchell), 

£10 IDS. 

56 MacWhirter, J., R.A., and Graham, Tom, R.S.A., The Sylvan well— 48 X 34 

(Sampson), £6. 

57 Vernon, Arthur L. 

" Childhood is the bough where slumber 
Buds and blossoms without number — 
Gather then each flower that grows " — 40 X 25 (Sampson), £4. 

58 Murray, David, R.A., 1874, The wUd West coast — 24 X 36 (Sampson), £6 los. 

59 MacWhirter, J., R.A., The arch of Titus— 43 x 33 (Post), £5. 

60 Murray, David, R.A., Loch Katrine from Helen's Isle — 36 X 21 (Mitchell), £6. 

61 Houghton, G. H., R.A., Spring — 32 X 16 (Sampson), £7. 

62 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Autumn, companion to the above — 32 X 16 (Sampson), 

£6 6s. 

63 Pratt, WiUiam, 1879, By the river side — 30 X 20 (Yeulett), £1. 

64 Helmick, Henry, Preparing for school — 22 X 17 (Sampson), £2. 

66 Murray, David, R.A., 1874, Fishing — 12 X 19 (Sampson), £3 7s. 6d. 
67">Landseer, Sir E., R.A., Mettle (a dog) — 12 X 9 (Sampson), £2 los. 

68 Bough, Sam, Coast scene, with castle : Sunrise — 12 X 15 (Allan), £19 los. 

69 Morgan, John, Tired out— 8 X 10 (Mitchell), £2 17s. 6d. 

69A Dodd, J. P., Moreton Hall, Cheshire, signed and dated 1849 (O'Rorke), £6. 



70 Dutch School. Flowers in a vase — 32 X 24 (Vicars), £15 los. 

71 Woodlock, D., Bust portrait of Cardinal John H. Newman, his left hand to his 

ear, profile ; Cardinal Newman sent his ^lutograph expressly for this picture, 



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and it is affixed to ttie frame under the glass tablet — 21 X 17 (Parkins), 

£3 105. 

72 Walker, Oliver Cromwell, in armour — 30 X 25 (Parkins), £2. 

73 Heyden, Van der, River scene, with buildings and figures, panel — 14 x 18 

(Post), £7 I OS. 

78 LinneU, John, The Sussex Weald, panel — 6 ■ 10 (Lester), £2. 

79 Jardin, Karel du, Landscape, with hilly background, figures and animals in 

foreground, panel — 10 x 13 (Lester), £2 5s. 

80 Anguisciola, Sofonisba, 1535-1625, Small full-length portrait of a princess 

of the Court of Philip 11, standing, wearing a black sUk dress and lace rufi 
collar and decorated with jewels, panel — 14 X 10 (Leger), £5. 

81 Neer, Van der. Canal scene : Moonlight, panel, 6x7; with an engraving 

by S. W. Reynolds (Maggs), £6 los. 

82 Terburg, Interior with figures at a repast, others with musical instruments, 

unframed — 28 X 36 (Leger), £6. 



Property of Lord Braye, Stanford Hall, Market Har- 
borough. 

83 Orlay, Van, Virgin and child, panel — 36 X 28 (Mostyn), £100. 



Other properties. 

84 Reynolds, Sir J., Lord SackviUe, in uniform, three-quarter length, facing to 

the left and standing by his horse — 48 X 39 (Post), £40. 

85 KneUer, Mrs. Bernard GranviUe, -with' fair hair, wearing blue^dress and red 

cloak, seated, her right hand to her face — 29 X 24 (Hester), £z. 



Property of Lord Glanusk. 

86 Matsys, The money changers — 46 x 37 (Master), £5. 

87 Dyck, Van, Gentleman with short curling hair, blue coat with flat linen collar 

and cuSs, seated, three-quarter face to left — 46 X 36 (Lester), £6. 

88 Rubens, Lady with lace collar and open green dress, jewelled band in her hair, 

pearl earrings, and gold chain at neck, three-quarter face to left, panel — 
24 x 19 (Beaker), £68. 

89 Holbein, Head of a German gentleman with beard, wearing a round cap, lace 

collar and dark coat, three-quarter face to right, panel 12 X 10 (Grunheer), 
£22. 

90 Early Flemish School. Triptych : The centre panel illustrating the descent 

from the Cross, ten figures in the foregroimd. around the body of Christ ; 
a town and building in the distance, on the right are three crosses, a ladder 
against the centre cross ; size of panel 29 X 26 ; the two wings measure 
29 X 9, and represent the donors and their children (Grunheer), £85. 



Another property, 

I Beechey, Sir Wm.^ Miss fiytch of Thorpe Hall, South Elkington, Louth, in white 
dress and jewelled necklace — 30 X 25 (North), £20. 



3o6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Property of Major-General Sterling, 249, Knights- 
bridge, S.W. 

93 A Nuremburg XVth century Gesso panel : The central panel representing 
the Crucifixion ; the smaller under panel Christ bearing His Cross. The 
six side panels, The Holy Supper, The Mount of Transfiguration, The 
Betrayal, Christ before Pilate, Christ at the Pillar, and Christ being buffeted, 
surmounted by a small dome top. Centre panel of Christ rising from the 
tomb in presence of the Roman soldiers. The case is Flemish of a later 
date, and the two paintings on the inside of panel doors represent Christ 
after the Crucifixion and Christ healing the woman ; centre 30 X 24, wings 

T 

22 X 9 ; outside of side doors is prmted : £ jj S N R I (Parkin- 
son), £100. 

93 Bolognese, II, Italian landscape with figures and buildings in foreground, on 

canvas — 30 X 54 (Hopwood), £7 los. 

94 Poussin, Gaspard, Landscape with water in foreground, panel — 17 x 35 (Hop- 

wood), £1 IDS. 

95 Rosa, Salvator, Landscape with figures in foreground, castle buildings on a 

hill in foreground — lo X 26 (H. Ward), £3 15s. 

96 Poussin, Itahan landscape with water and ducks in foreground — 15 x 19 

(Moore), £1 5s. 

97 Francia, F. Giacomo, 1450-1517, Marriage of St. Catherine, panel — 30 x 25 

(Larkin), £37. 

98 Cola, Gennardo di, 1320-1370, The Baptism of Christ, and Christ walking on 

the water, on one panel ; each subject — 11 x 24 (Post), £13. 

99 Teniers, A hermit at the entrance of a cave ; and two figures at an inn, a pair 

—9X7 (Lester), £18. 
ICO Johannot, Tony, 1803-1852, Figures gathered round a king's couch ; and 

Soldiers entering a mansion, a pair — 23 X 38 (Lemon), £16. 
loi Bril, Paul, Flemish landscape, figures by Carracci — 32 x 41 (Yeulett), £10 los. 

102 School of Velasquez. A knight of the Golden Fleece, in broad lace collar, 

dark coat, holding the handle of his sword — 40 X 30 (Parkin), £30. 

103 Early Italian School. Venus reclining and Cupid holding a long arrow — 

23 X 48 (Amor), £10 ros. 

104 Venetian School. Young man in ruff collar and embroidered coat, holding 

a wine flagon. — 28 X 38 (H. Ward), £20. 

105 Roman School. The Holy Family, copper — 7^ x 6 (Larkin), £6. 

106 Botticelli, School of. Two figures of boys, one holding a bird, the other 

holding a bow and arrow, panel — -iS x 14 (Coureau), £115. 

107 Honthorst, Gerard, Esau selling his birthright — 37 X 46 (Grundheer), £14. 

108 Raphael, School of. The Virgin, Christ, and St. John holding a bird, panel — 

43 X 30 (Marson), £50. 

109 Poussin, Landscape with torrent ; a craggy height on right-hand side — 30 X 39 

(Marson), £11. 

111 Buonaccorsi, Perino (called Perino del Vaga), Aurora — 57 X 44 (Groves), £30. 

112 Bassano, II, 1510-1592, The blessing of Judith by the High Priest — 65x89 

(Templer), £20. 

113 Salimbene, A pair of panel pictures, representing full-length figures of Christ 

and St. Peter — 68 x 30 (Gooden & Fox), £19. 

114 Salimbene, A pair of panel pictures, representing St. Paul with sword, and 

Michael the Archangel — 31 X 56 (Leger), £6. 



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115 Holbein, H., Man in red cap, blue coat and white under-vest, holding a piece of 

money in his right hand, panel-^i6 X 13 (Harker), £10. 

116 Bronzino, Lady with short curling hair done up in net, jewelled necklace, lace 

collar and embroidered brown dress holding a book with the following 
inscription: " Danni XXII F x NEL. MDLIIII," three-quarter face to 
left (facing), panel — 33 X 25 (Coureau), £69. 

117 Savery, Roland, Landscape with bridge over a river, figures, horses and dogs 

in foreground — 27 X 35 (Groves), fy. 

118 Bartolommeo, Fra., Virgin and Child in a landscape, in old Italian carved 

frame, panel — 26 x 30 (Grundheer), £y8. 

119 Maas, Nicholas, Leuwenhoeck, "' Father of the Microscope," with long curling 

hair and in brown fur-trimmed coat — 28 X 24 (Blaker), £46. 

120 Molinaer, Winter landscape with figures skating on a frozen river, panel — 

18 X 24 (Yeulett), I12. 

121 Mignard, The flight into Egypt, on canvas — 21 X 24 (Lester), £4 los. 

122 ScarseUino, 1551-1620, Figure of Christ rising from the grave, and holding the 

banner of victory, panel — 37 X 27 (Moore), £10. 

123 Tintoretto, Young man with short hair, rufE collar and green coat — 28 X 28 

(F. Cox), £250. 

124 Rosa, Salvator, Mountainous landscape with figures washing clothes in fore- 

ground — 50 X 36 (F. C. Buck), £5 5s. 

125 School of Pinturicchio. Mary the Mother of Christ and St. John, in gilt pillar 

frame, and made to fix on to wood stand — 7 X 5 (Lowden), £100. 



Other properties. 

iz6 Carr, Rev. W., 1792, Interior, with figures — 15 X 13 (Parsons), £5. 

127 Le Nain, Savoyard youth playing a flageolet and children dancing — 12 X 16 

(Maugham), £20 los. 

128 Ladbroke, R., Woody landscape and stream, with two men in a boat — 15 X 21 

(Williams), £4. 

129 Boucher, F., Girl, with fair hair, blue dress with white sleeves, holding a spray 

of cherries in right hand — 22 X 19 (Yeulett), £10 los. 

130 Netscher, C, 1660, The music lesson, signed, panel — 24 X 18 (Hooper), £7. 

131 Lmni, B., St. Catherine with two cherubs, panel — 26 :■: 22 (Oatway), £7 15s. 

132 Reynolds, Sir J., Master Wyim with a lamb, as the infant St. John — 30 X 36 

(Oatway), £20. 

133 Ruysdael, J., The miU by the river, panel — 24 X 33 (Amor), £40. 



134 Dedrick, L., 1827, Landscape, with horse near a waterfall — 18 X 23 

(Howard), £2. 

135 Gainsborough, after, Queen Charlotte, wife of George III, oval — 30 X 25 

(Groves), £7. 

136 Rembrandt, after, Old lady in lace cap, ruff coUar and blue dress, oval — 26 X 20 

(Parker), £6 los. 

137 Lely, after, Anna Maria Bendenell, Countess of Shrewsbiuy, with short curling 

hair, in plum-coloured dress, and wearing necklace and earrings— 30 x 25 
(Parker), £5. 

139 Hoppner, after, Countess of Oxford, in white dress, wearing coral necklace 

—30 X 24 (Plaskett), £iQ. 

140 Rembrandt, after, Rembrandt when an old man — 33 x 27 (Plaskett), £10. 



3o8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

141 Correggio, after, Venus, Cupid and Mercury, old carved Italian frame — 40 X Z2 

(Foster), £7. 

142 Lely, after, Three-quarter length portrait of Nell Gwyn, in brown dress and 

blue cloak — 50 X 40 (Foster), £9. 

143 Monticelli, The drive through the wood, panel — 18 X 26 (Jasper), £70. 

144 Monticelli, Figures in a wood, panel — 15 X 25 (Jasper), ;f20. 

145 Bonheur, Rosa, French landscape, with sheep in foreground, oxen and driver 

in middle distance, hills in background — 20 X16 (Pesirce), ;f2o. 

146 Guigon, Paul, River scene, with peasant woman in foreground and hilly back- 

ground — 14 X 21 (Pearce) £3. 

147 Dicksee, Margaret, J., Deepening shadows — 20 X 27 (Pearce), £5. 

148 Diirer, Albert, school of, Madonna and Child, panel — 18 X 14 (Blaker), £10. 

149 Early English School. Bust portrait of a lady, with fair hair, with rose and other 

flowers, in yeUow dress and blue cloak — 18 X 14 (Lester), £6. 

150 Early English School. Child, in orange and green dress, seated, holding a 

cockatoo — 38 X 31 (West), £1 los. 

151 Early English School. Gentleman with long flowing hair, in blue coat and red 

cloak over arm — 40 X 28 (Head), £6 los. 

152 Rottenhamer, Apollo and Diana destroying the sons and daughters of Niobe 

—31 X 38 (Priest), £7. 

153 MuUer, WiUiam, An Eastern beauty, oval — 12 X 10 (Priest), £3. 

154 Dyck, Van, Portrait of Franz Snyders, oval — 23 x 17 (Adams), £20. 

156 Hondecoeter, Fox and chickens, with landscape backgrotmd — 36 X 54 (Mason 
and Phillips), £6. 

158 Unknown. Three-quarter length portrait of Ignatius Loyola in clerical gown, 

seated — -34 X 26 (Tabor), 17s. 6d. 

159 Dutch School, Return of the prodigal son, panel — 26 X 32 (Tabor), £t 15s. 
161 Cuyp, A., Animals and burds, signed — 16 x 14 (— ), £6 5s. 

164 Dibdin, T. C, Three views of Continental churches, drawings in water-colours 
(C. E. Innes), £2. 



Christie's.] >.lay i, 1914- 309 

May I, 1914. Christie's, 

Modern Pictures and Water-colour Drawings, the 
property of the late Mrs. Cottier, 3, St. James's Terrace, 
Regent's Park, N.W. 

DRAWINGS (in the Folio). 

English Cathedrals, by Jules Lessore. 

1 St. Paul's — 28 X 2oJ (Vicars Bros.), £3 3s. 

2 Rochester — 2oi x 27 (Vicars Bros.), £5 5s. 

3 Hereford; and York (\''icars Bros.), £4 14s. 6d. 

4 Canterbury ; and Wells (Vicars Bros.), £11 iis. 

5 Exeter ; and Gloucester (Vicars Bros.), £10 los. 

6 Winchester; and Lincoln (Vicars Bros.), £16 i6s. 

7 Salisbury ; and Ely (Vicars Bros.), £12 12s. 

8 Westminster ; Bristol ; and St. Alban's (Vicars Bros.), £18 i8s. 

9 Norwich; Peterborough; and Chichester (Vicars Bros.), £13 13s. 



10 McTaggart, W., R.S.A., Village scenes (Jackson), £8 8s. 

11 Weissenbruch, J. H., A sandy path, with a peasant woman; A canal, by 

J. P. van Wisselingh ; and Lake scene, by the same (Wallis), £12 12s. 

Framed. 

12 A. A., 1865, Christmas ; and A barge on a canal, by Jules Lessore (Mortice) 

£4 14s. 6d. 

13 Artz, D. A. C, 1874, A quiet smoke — 17J: x loj (Richcton), £2. 

14 Artz, D. A. C, 1874, Returning from the fields — 12 x 7^ (Carroll), £7 7s. 

17 Bosse, M. Van, Landscape with rustic bridge; and Italianpeasant.by Mariello 

(Lewis), £2. 

18 Brugman, J. F., 1S73, Farm with figures — 9 x iii (Connell), £3 3s. 

19 ChatteU, F. J. du. The fisherman — 12 x i8f (Wallis), £17 17s. 

20 Driebholtz, Harbour scene ; and Study from Nature, by F. Vincent Hart 

(Lee), £1 2S. 

21 Hamnan, E., 1871, Resting; and Lane scene, by J. P. van Wisselingh (Ricbe- 

ton), £1 IS. 

Jules Lessore. 

22 Church of St. Pierre, Caen — 29 x 21 (Wallis), £9 9s. 

23 St. Enoch Station, Glasgow — igi x 13* (Jackson), £15 15s. 

24 St. George's Church, Glasgow — 19J x 13J (Connell), £10 los. 

25 The Exchang'\ Glasgow — 13J x 19^ (Connell), £11 iis. 

26 Salt Market Close, Glasgow — 19J x 131- (Gooden & Fox), £10 los. 

27 The Trongate, Glasgow — 19J x 13J (Connell), £13 13s. 

28 Greenock — igk x 13^ (Carroll), £7 7s. 

29 The Guildry, Glasgow— 13V x igi (Connell), £8 8s. 

30 Greenock : Old Post Office — 13^^ x 19J (Wallis), £9 9s. 

31 Buchanan Street, Glasgow — igi x 13^ (Vicars), £9 9s. 

32 West George Street, Glasgow — 13J x 19J (Jackson), £14 14s. 

33 A bird's-eye view of Glasgow — 13J x igi (Carroll), £6 6s. 

34 Queen Street, Glasgow — 14 x 20 (Connell), £9 gs. 

35 East India Basin, Greenwich — igj x 13J (Carroll), £8 8s. 

36 Shipping off Vencie — 13.^ x igi (Carroll), £16 i6s. 
^7 Streft scene — 9} x 14 (Carroll), £7 7s. " 



3IO ART PRICES CURRENT. 

38 George Square, Glasgow— igi x 13J- (Connoll), £11 lis. 

39 Dordrecht ; and SMpping (Carrell), £9 gs. 

40 Stirling Bridge ; and A Dutch windmill (Vicars), £8 18s. 6d. 

41 Shipping; and A weed nymph, by F. Vincent Hart (Jackson), £4 4s. 

42 Quay in a Dutch town — 6| x gl (Carroll), £6 i6s. 6d. 



43 Lockhart, W. E., R.S.A., A Moorish courtyard — 17J x i4l- (Connell), ; 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

44 Lockhart, W. E., R.S.A., Cockburnspath— 13I x 2a^ (Wallis), £7 7s. 

45 Lockhart, W. E., R.S.A., Porto del Vino, Alhambra— 15 x 2oi (Wallis), 

£2 2S. 

46 Lockhait, W. E., R.S.A., Courtship; and On the dunes, by N. Stacquet 

(Carroll), £2 2s. 
51 & 52. Malgoue, A. de. Sunset ; and In the woods, by Van Leggren ; Mauve, A., 
Stable interior with peasant woman at a wash-tub — 12J x 17^ (Carroll), 
£48 6s. 

53 Mesdag, H. W., 1876, Fishing-boats becalmed — 5J x 191V (Jackson), £3 5s. 

54 Houten, S. Mesdag Van, Fruit in a dish ; and Still hfe, by A. E. McWhirter 

(WaUis), £4 14s. 6d. 

55 Michel, G., The mill-house ; and A farm-house (Carroll), £4 14s. 6d. 

56 Millet, J. F., A study ; An umbrella ; and A village scene — charcoal (Morrice), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

57 Neuhuys, J., Drying clothes — 7J x i2i (Carroll), £5 15s. 6d. 

58 N'euhuys, J., A grey day — 23^ x 17J (Carroll), £23 2S. 

T) Noel, Jules, 1884, Treport ; and Watching, by Reid (Mitchell), £2. 
<' > Pelouse, G., The farmstead, pastel — 17} x 25I (Wallis), £33 I2S. 
■fii Saunier, O., Landscape with church and buildings; and Poplars, by Georges 
Gassies (Bowden), £2 2S. 

62 Seyhers, H., Dutch river scene, with windmill and cattle- — 13^ x 19 (Carroll) 

£2 2S. 

63 Swan, J. M., R.A., Abandoned — 21 x 14 (Walhs), £1 iis. 6d. 

64 Witsen, S. Van, Industry — i6i X,, iif (Carroll), £2 12s. 6d. 

65 Witsen, S. Van, The doctor's visit — 13J x 11 (Richeton), £2 12s. 6d. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

66 Apol, L., In the woods — 12 x 15* (Carroll), £5 15s. 6d. 

68 Ariz, D. A. C, At dinner — 50 x 76 (CaiToU), £11 iis. 

69 ,\rtz, D. A. C, A fisherman's family on the seashore — 42 x 22J (Vicars), 

£65 2S. 

70 Artz, D. A. C, A quiet smoke : a fisherman on board ship — 42 x 22.? (Carroll), 

£13 13s. 

71 Artz, D. A. C, Convalescent — 10 x 7 (Carroll), £5 5s. 

72 Artz, D. A. C, The shepherd's daughter, panel — 12 x si (Gooden Sc Fo,x) 

£25 4S. 

73 Barillot, E., The washing pool — 16 x 23 (Carroll), £3 3s. 

7,1 Bellanger, G., Watering cattle at a fountain — 12 X I7j- (Wallis), £1 is. 

75 Blommers, B. J., A gir' knitting — 16 x 9J (Carro'l), £42. 

76 Bock, Th. de, Amsterdam — 11 x 2of (Carroll), £42. 

77 Bock, Th. de. Fishing-boats — 8 x 12 (Wallis), £11 us. 

78 Bosboom, J., Scene in Amsterdam, panel— i6i x 21 (Carroll), £10 los. 

79 Boulaye, de la, 1875, Market-girl with basket of poultry — 51 x 37i- (Mitchell), 

£2 2S. 



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80 & 81 Bunce, W. S., Daffodils, panel — 15 x loJ ; Cameron, Hugh, R.S.A., 
A fishing harbour ; and Stranded boats, Calais, panel (Carroll), £2 12s. 6d. 

82 Chalmers, G. P., R.S.A., Head of an old man, oval — iii x g (Wallis), £14 14s. 

83 Charlet, N. T., Off duty ; and Lady seated in a chair, by O. B. (Richeton), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

84 Corot, J. B. C, Road scene with two peasants — 14^ x i6f (Arnot), £283 is. 

85 Corot, J. B. C, Rocky river ; and Farmstead (Arnot), £15 15s. 

86 Couture, T., Peaches and green figs — 10 x 13 (Arnot), £15 15s. 

87 Daubigny, C. F., Moonrise — 21 x 38J (Carroll), £27 6s. 

88 Daubigny, C. F., A trout stream flowing down a valley over boulders— 

i8i X 32 (.\rnot), £21. 
8g Daubigny, C. F., Farmstead near some trees ; and Woody pool with cattle — 
panel (Arnot), £44 2S. 

90 Daubigny, C. F., Sunset : A moorland scene ; and A hillside — panel (McGregor), 

£8 8s. 

91 Decamps, A. G., Corot sketching — iij x 9* (Marchant), £io los. 

92 Diaz, N., The dance of death ; and Italian giris standing by stone pedestal 

(Kirby), £3 13s. 6d. 

93 Diaz, N., Forest scene with rocks— panel ; and The pool (Maitland), £6 6s. 

94 Diaz, N., A bimch of flowers on a slab ; and Flowers (Arnot), £22 is. 

95 Diaz, N., Forest scene with two bathers ; and Monk in a forest — panel — 

(Arnot), £10 los. 

96 Diaz, N., In the forest ; and Head of the daughter of Diaz — panel (Richeton), 

£6 6s. 

97 Women in the wood ; and An idyll, by .\. Ryder — panel (Wallis), £2 2s. 

98 Dupre, J., Landscape with peasants, cattle and sheep ; and Shady pool 

(WaUis), £21. 

99 Dupre, Victor, 1874, Landscape with cattle watering; and Stream, by G. 

v.d. Bergh — panel (Wallis), £26 5s. 
100 Galletti, L., French village; and Flowers on yellow ground (Marchant), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 
loi tierard. Sunset — panel ; and River scene with farm buildings, by George Reid 

(Wallis), £2 2s. 

102 Gericault, J. L. T., Achilles and the ghosts; and Pres-de-Mer, Calvados 

(Marchant), £7 17s. 6d. 

103 Gudin, Th., Marine (nuit d'orange) ; River scene ; and Spanish peasant boy 

— water-coloiu- (Carroll), £4 4s. 

104 Harpignies, H., Farmstead with poultry in the foreground— 7 x 12 (Wallis), 

£22 IS. 

105 Harpignies, H., 1870, Hilly river scene— 9 x 12J (Wallis), £25 4s. 

106 Hervier, A , Windmills in a village, panel — 13J- x 10 (.'^not), £9 9s. 

107 Johnson, C. E., 1889, Harvest-time : Evening — 28 .x 41* (Mitchell), £3 13s 6d. 

108 Kameron, At the well — 25 x 31* (Wylde), 15s. 

109 Lavielle, Eugene, 1851, Wood scene with woman gathering faggots — 28 x 20J 

(Marchant), £21. 
no Leiper, W., The harvest: Clearing the field — i8i x 29 J (Anderson), £2 2S. 

111 L(Ssore, Jules, The old clock tower, Rouen — 53 x 36 (Carroll), £10 los. 

112 Lcssorc, Jules, .\ntwerp — i6V x i2i (Vicars), £11 os 6d. 

113 MacDougall, N. M., Head of a girl; A snowstorm, by A. Reid; and Saint 

George and the Dragon, by Weir (Lanstein), £i is. 

114 & 115 Mar, D. W. de la, 1872, The pedlar — 19 x 24; Cattle resting; and 

Sunset, by F. Bourgcs (Richeton), £5 15s. 6d. 



312 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

ii6 Maris, J., River scene with boat : Stormy sky — 6J x izi (Carroll), £32 iis. 

117 Maris, W., River scene: A shady stream with cattle near the water's edge, 

a punt moored against the bank — 31 x 40I (Carroll), £84. 

118 Meskte, Eug., 1875, The reader — i8i x 13^ (Smith), £1 iis. 6d. 

119 Metthng, L., The bowl of broth — 13* x 10 (Wallis), £35 14s. 

120 Mettling, L., Interior with figures — 7 x gj (Arnot), £16 i6s. 

121 Meulen, F. P. Ter, Sheep in the snow — 29J x 22 (Wallis), £89 5s. 

122 Michel, G., Town in sunlight — 14*^ X 17-I (Arnot), £11 us. 

123 Mollinger, A., The duck pond — 15* X 26I (Wyhe), £1 us. 6d. 

124 MoUinger, A., Landscapes with cattle (Wallis), £5 5s. 

125 Mollinger, A., Pastureland ; Venice : Moonlight, by Dowieux — panel ; and Old 

House, by Ryder (Wallis), £3 3s. 

126 MonticelU, A. T. J., The dance ; and Coast scene with boats — panel (Marchant), 

£33 I2S. 

127 Monticelli, A. T. J., Fi^te Champetre ; and The hay-cart— panel (.^not), 

£54 12s. 

128 Monticelli, A. T. J., A bather ; and Hilly landscape with buildings, water- 

mill and figures (Arnot), £12 12s. 

129 Monticelli, A. T. J., A study • and Woman washing, by G. Henkf s — panel 

.\rnot),. £5 5S. 

130 Morland, The haymaker ; and Shady road, by Mollinger (Maitland), £4 4s. 

131 Neuhuys, J., Dutch canal with barge and figures : Moonlight — 14J x 35 

(Carroll), £14 14s. 

132 Peppercorn, A. D., Sheep grazing: Twilight — 2oi x 32 J (Collings), £3 3s. 

133 Reid, G., i858, Buckhaven ; and The outksirts of a town, by P. v.d. Velden^ 

panel (Walhs), £4 4s. 

134 Rembrandt, after. Portraits of a gentleman and a lady of the Van Beresteyn 

family, by Lacander, pair — 44 x 35 (Wylie), £14 14s. 

135 Ribot, E., The statue — 17J x 11 (Arnot), £9 gs. 

136 Robinson, Th., Fishing boats ; and Landcsape, by MoUinger (Leger), £1 us. 6d. 

137 Roelofs, W., River scene with cattle watering — panel^gj x 14 (Wallis), 

£16 i6s. 

138 Rousseau, Th., Old water-mill on the edge of a rocky stream — 14J x i7i 

(McGregor), £7 7s. 

139 Rousseau, Th., Edge of a forest ; and Auvergne (Arnot), £115 los. 

140 Rousseau, Th., A bunch of flowers and still life ; and Oysters, by Jules Lessore 

— panel (Richeton), £5 15s. 6d. 

141 Ryder, A., The waste of waters — panel ; Cow in moonlight ; and A red cow — 

panel (WaUis), £2 2s. 

142 Segantini, G., .^t the spring — 19J x 12I (Arnot), £173 5s. 

143 Thorn. J. C, 1864, The dunce ; and A young nurse, by Cals, 1859 (M. 

Rothschild), £2 2S. 

144 Touch, La, Fishing boats ; and Harbour scene, by A. Reid (Kirby), £2 12s. 6d. 

145 Troyon, C, Cows and sheep in a pasture : Evening; and In the woods (Carroll), 

£19 19s. 

146 Vernier, Emile, Stranded fishing boats-— 16 x 27 (Wyhe), £2 2S. 

147 Vernier, E., Stranded fishing boats — panel; Hilly road, by T. Wilbcrfoss, 

188O; and Pastureland, by Molling(T (Mitchell), £1 is. 

OLD PICTURES. 

148 BiTgen, D. Van, TravelHng peasants and animals by a fountain^panel ; ami 

Mountainous landscape with cattle watering (Winternitz), £7 17s. 6d. 



Christie's.] May i, 1914. 313 

149 Cottier, E., 1695, Rev. Samuel Slater : painted facsimile of a print- — 19 x 15 

(Maitland), £3 13s. 6d. 

150 Dutch School. Church interior with figiircs and dogs, panel — 2i| /. iS.t 

(Streletskie), £9 gs. 
131 Greuze, J. B., Grief : Head of a girl with white dress edged with gold — 18 x 14.^ 
(Kendal), £27 6s. 

152 Gucirdi School. Fete on the Piazza of St. Mark's, Venice — 37I x 28 (Kendal) 

£63. 

153 Guardi School. The Grand Canal ; and Church interior, Dutch School — 

panel (Leger), £5 5s. 

154 Huysmans (of MaUnes), Woody path with hgxires ; and Valley scene with 

figures and animals (Carroll), £5 5s. 

155 Roinney, G., Capt. Henderson in naval uniform of blue coat with buff facings, 

white stock — 29J x 24J (Sulley), £99 15s. 

156 Ruysdael, Landscape with town in the distance, brigands on a road in the 

foreground — 25 x 21 (Streletskie), £28 7s. 

157 Dyck, Van, Duke of Richmond and Lennox in slashed dress wearing the 

riband and Star of the Garter — 28 x 22i (Leger), £16 16s. 

158 Velde, Van de. Shipping in a calm off a jetty — 25 x 32^ (CoUings), £3 3s. 



May I and 4, 1914. Sotheby's. 

Etchings, Engravings, and Lithographs the property of 
the late Arthur Baker, Esq. 

I Aumonier, J., The way through the stream, mezzotint ; and A Dutch cavalier, 
by R. J. Anendren, after Franz Hals, both signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £8. 

H. Scott Bridgwater. 

3 Lady Carmichael, after Raebum, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £io los. 

4 Lady Leitrim and child, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £8. 

5 Lady Waldegrave, after Hoppner, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £2. 

6 The daughter of Sir Thomas Frankland, after Hoppner, signed (Colnaghi and 

Obach), £16. 

7 Cameron, D. Y., Murthly on the Tay (Rinder 376), signed (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£13. 

8 Cormack, M., The Countess of Blessington, signed (Sweeney), los. 

10 Cousins, Samuel, The strawberry girl, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, proof before 

all letters, signed (Vicars), £10 los. 

M. Ch.\uvel. 

11 Sabrina's stream, after B. VV. Leader, artist's proof, on vellum (Vicars), £2 los. 

12 A wet roadside, after the same, artist's proof, on vellum (Graves), £4 5s. 

13 An old English manor house, after the same, artist's proof, on vellum (Gordon), 

£2 I5S. 

14 Worcester Cathedral, after the same, artist's proof, on vellum (Vicars), £2. 

15 .A Surrey pine- wood, after the same, artist's proof, on vellum (Dighton), £3. 

16 Lingering autumn, after Sir J. E. Millais, artist's proof, on vellum (Gordon), 

£1 15s. 



17 Brunet-Debaines, A., Murthly Moss, after Sir J. E. Millais, artist's proof, on 
Japanese vellum (Vicars), £1 3s. 



314 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

i8 Brunet-Debaines, A., Amiens, remarque proof, on vellum (Sutcliffe), £i 13s. 

19 Brvmet-Debaines, A., Eel-butts at Goring, after W. Miiller, signed (Gordon), 

Herbert Dicksee. 

20 In the enemy's country, on vellum, signed (Black), £8 los. 

21 The watcher on the hill, on vellum, signed (Black), £9 los. 

22 Nearing home, on vellum, signed (Frost), £6 6s. 

23 'Gainst wind and open sky, on vellum, signed (Agnew), £6 5s. 

24 The last furrow, on vellum, signed (Frost), £10 los. 

25 On the threshold, on vellum, signed (Frost), £2. 

26 My lady sleeps, on vellum, signed (Frost), £1 los. 

27 The raiders, on vellum, signed (Frost), £15. 

28 The destroyers, on vellum, signed (Agnew), £12. 

29 Silent sympathy, on vellum, signed (Frost), £14. 

32 Gofi, Colonel R., Brighton sands, signed (Black), £3 15s. 

33 Goff, Colonel, R., Newcastle-on-Tyne ; and A summer storm, both signed 

(Black), £5 5s. 

34 Greenhead, H. T., Lady Castlereagh, signed (Gordon), £1. 

Axel H. Haig. 

35 La Madeleine, Troyes, signed (Dunthorne), £2. 

36 In the cloisters, St. Jerome, Lisbon, signed (Dunthorne), £3 5s. 

37 Portico de la Gloria, Santiago, signed (Slade), £3 5s. 

38 Cappella Palatina, Palermo, signed (Frost), £16 los. 

39 Cefalu Cathedral (Interior), on Japanese vellum, signed (Black), £10 los. 

40 Tarragona Cathedral, The Chancel, on Japanese vellum, signed (Dunthorne), 

£4. 

41 St. Mark's, Venice (interior), signed (Black), £13 los. 

42 St. Mark's, Venice (exterior), signed (Dunthorne), £5 ids. 

43 Barcelona, Cathedral interior, signed (Dunthorne), £2. 

44 Church of St. Francsico, Assisi (interior), signed (Frost), £21. 

45 Valencia Cathedral, Altar of the Visitation, on Japanese vellum, signed (Dun- 

thorne), £3 I OS. 

46 Notre Dame, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £6. 

47 The Bridge at Pampeluna, signed (Dunthorne), £3. 

48 Amiens Cathedral (exterior) ; and In the aisles, both signed (Dunthorne), 

£3 I OS. 

49 Chapel of St. Clement, St. Mark's ; and Chapel of the Sacrament, both signed 

(Pyke), £2 5S. 

50 The Madonna, with a musket, St. Mark's; and the Baptistry, St. Mark's, 

both signed, (Black), £2 6s. 

51 Hole, William, In a Dorsetshire valley, after E. M. Wimperis, artist's proof, 

on vellum (Frost), £1 los. 



52 Hole, William, To winter quarters, after Joseph Farquharson, remarque 
artist's proof, on vellum (Agnew), £6 los. 

54 Macwhirter, J., Evening mists, Isl(^ of Skye ; and the Peaks of .\rran, photo- 
gravures, signed (Frost), £6 15s. 

57 Pratt, Joseph, B., The Misses Cartcict-Hardy, after Sir T. Lawrence, signed 

(Agnew), £2 15s. 

58 Pratt, Joseph, B., Mrs. Cutlibert, after the same, signed (Frost), £17- 

59 Pratt, Joseph, B., Mrs. Gregoiy, signed (Frost), £16. 



Sotheby's.] May i and 4, 1914. 315 

Sir Frank Short. 

60 Daventer (Strange, 171), etching, signed (Black), ^3 5s. 

61 Whitby Scaur (S 220), aquatint, on vellum, signed (Russell), £15 10?. 

62 A Swiss pass (S. 137), after J. M. W. Turner, mezzotint, on vellum, signed 

(Agnew), £3 I OS. 
<)3 Calm and beautiful, after Sir Alfred East, artist's proof, on Japanese vellum, 
mezzotint (Walker), £2 los. 

64 Day's dying glow, after J. Farquharson, mezzotint, artist's proof, on vellum 

(Walker), £4- 

65 Love and death, after G. F. Watts, mezzotint, artist's proof, on Japanese vellum 

(.'\gnew), £6 12s. 6d. 

66 Diana and Endymion, after G. F. Watts, mezzotint, artist's proof, on Japanese 

vellum (Agnew), £8 los. 



68 Boue, Muirhead, Somerset House (CD. 185), signed (.'\gnew), £68. 

69 Bridgwater, H. Scott, Lady Carmichael, after Raeburn, signed (Colnaghi), £15. 
71 Mathey, Armand, Squire and Mrs. Hallett, after Gainsborough, on vellum, 

signed ; and Une Matinee, by A. Bertrand, after Corot, in colours, signed 
(Tucker), £1 los. 



Another Property. 



98 Strang, W., A series of thirty etchings illustrating subjects from the writings 

of Rudyard Kipling, .Macmillan & Co., 1901 (Rimell), £2. 
103 Wyllie W. L., Battle of Trafalgar, signed (Gordon), £1. 
MODERN ETCHINGS. 

107 Haden, Sir. F. Seymour, Battersea Reach (Harrington 52) ; pnd another, by 

Albany E. Howarth, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £6. 
A. Legros. 

108 Paysage, signed, framed (Lester), £3. 

109 La Ferme dc Brieux, signed (Gutekunst), £3 15s. 

no La Feime sur la CoUine, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £2. 

111 Dans les Marais, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £5. 

112 Les Vieilles Carrieres de Mont Rouge, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £2. 

113 L'Effet de Pluie, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £2. 

114 Le Bucheron, signed (Parkins), £2 los. 

115 Souvenir des Environs de Boulogne, signed (Dunthorne), £2. 



116 Whistler, J. McN., Reading by lamphght ; and Vauxhall Bridge (Lester), 

£4 75 6d. 

117 Rembrandt, Utyenbogardus (Lester), £1. 

MODERN LITHOGRAPHS. 

119 Carriere, E., Portrait of Rochefort, framed (Colnaghi & Obach), £6. 
119A Carridre, E., Kopf von .\rberteiru, by KoUwitz, framed (Master), £1 15s. 

120 Fantin-Latour, Visions, signed (Master), £3. 

121 Fantin-Latour, Venus and Cupid ; and Woman sleeping, by Theodore Roussel 

(Lester), £1 5s. 

123 Steinlen, Misery and splendour, signed ; and Miners, both frames (Guthkunst), 

£3. 

124 Way, T. R., Po;-trait of Wliistler, the large print ; ami Chelsea Power Static* 

in colours, both signed (Latter), £2 5s. 



3i6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

125 Cameron, D. Y., The Turkish fort (Kinder, 409), third state, signed (Gutekunst), 

£8 los. 

126 Hall, Oliver, Lower Duddon Moss; and A peat bog, both signed (Walker), 

£2 7s. 6d. 

127 Legros, A., L'Orage, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £7. 

128 Legros, A., Le Pecheur a la ligne, signed, frames (McDonald), £10 5s. 

129 Short, Sir Frank, Shapfell, after P. de Wint (Strange, 232) ; and Ben Arthw, 

after Turner (S. 46), mezzotints, signed (Fine Art Society), £3 15s. 

130 Bone, Muirhead, Fifty drawings of Glasgow, with notes by A. H. Charteris, 

without the etching of the Old Court House, Glasgow, 1911 (Rimell), £1 los. 

131 Fifty drawings of Glasgow, vrith notes by A. H. Charteris, without the etching 

of the Old Court House, Glasgow, 191 1 (Walker), £1 5s. 

132 Strang, William, A catalogue of his etched work, 1882-1912, by Laurence 

Binyon, No. 100 of 130 copies, Glasgow, 1912 (Graves), £2 15s. 
MODERN ETCHINGS. 

133 Whistler, J. McN., The dog on the kennel (Wedmore, 8) ; and Study of a child 

(W. 13), (Cohiaghi & Obach), £2. 

134 Whistler, J. McN., The art of Botticelli, an essay in pictorial criticism, by 

Laurence Binyon, with signed etching by Muirhead Bone as frontispiece, 
Macilillan & Co., 191 3 (Meadows), £6. 

139 Cameron, D. Y., An illustrated catalogue of his etched work, by F. Rinder, one 

of 200 copies, special edition, 1912 (Harman), £9. 

140 Cameron, D. Y., An illustrated calalogue of his etched work, by Frank Rinder, 

No. 187 of special edition 1912 (Harman), £9. 

141 Fitton, Hedley, Roshn Chapel (No. 36), signed (Dunthome), £6. 

142 Howarth, A. E., La Grosse Horloge, signed (Sutcliffe), £3 5s. 

143 Howarth, A. E., Chateau Coeur de Lion, signed (Colnaghi), £3. 

144 Howarth, A. E., Abbeville ; and Old houses. Abbeville, both signed (Colnaghi), 

£3- 

E. Lu.MSDEN. 

145 Paris in construction, No. 1 (the horses), signed (Dowdeswell), £3 15s. 

146 Paris in construction. No. 4 (Tour de Sacre Coeur), signed (Dowdeswell), £3 5s. 

147 The towers of Notre Dame, signed (Dowdeswell), £6 5s. 

148 The City Wall, Peldng, signed (Dowdeswell), £4 15s. 

149 Menzies & Co., signed (Dowdeswell), £7 7s. 

■ 151 Meryon, C, Ministere de la Maiine (Daltcil, 45), fifth state, with the monogram, 
but before the lettering (Colnaghi and Obach), £2. 

152 Whistler, J. McN., Millbank (Wedmore, 67), trial proof before the word 

" London " (Gutekunst), £2 12s. 

153 Whistler, J. McN., Cadogan Pier (W. 79) ; and The Little Pool (W. 72), (Gute- 

kunst), £5. 

154 Whistler, J., McN. Chelsea Bridge and Church (W. 85) ; A Norman \'iUage, 

by D. Y. Cameron, unsigned ; and another (Lester), £2 15s. 
Frank Brangwyn. 

135 Santa Maria from the street (Fine Art Society Catalogue, no), signed (Fine Art 

Society), £5. 

156 Apse of St. Walburgh {120), signed (Fine .Art Society), £2 los. 

157 Church of St. Walburgh (124), signed (Fine Art Society), £2 los. 

158 Windmill, Dixmuden (123), signed (Fine Art Society), £3. 

159 Cafe Fumes (125), signed (Fine Art Society), £2. 

160 The Black Mill, Winchclsea (135), signed (Fine Art Society), £3. 

161 The Bridge at .Alcantara (156), signed (Fine Art Society), £3. 



Sotheby's.] May i and 4, 1914. 317 

162 Browniag's House, Venice (197), signed (Fine Art Society), £10 los. 

164 Frood, Hester, Durham Cathedral ; and Carcassone, No. i, both signed 

(McDonald), £2 12s. 6d. 

Percival Gaskell. 

165 S. jMaria del Sasso ; and St. Albans, mezzotints, both signed (Lefevre), £3 7s. 6d. 

166 Mouth of the Wye ; and On Hindhead, both signed (Davidson), £2 2S. 

167 Richmond Castle, Yorks ; and Ploughing, Purbeck, both signed (Lefevre), 

/i los. 

168 Near Lytchett Minster ; and On the Fromc, both signed (Lefevre), £1 13s. 



169 Howarth, Albany, E., Porte St. Pierre, Auxerrc ; Poole, Dorset ; and Rue 

Damiette, Rouen, all signed (Colnaghi), £6 5s. 

170 Lucas, David (after Constable), Yarmouth ; Summer afternoon ; and Noon, 

open-letter proofs (0.\ley), £1 los. 

171 Tily, Eugene, Lady Castlereagh, after Sir Thomas Lawrence, stipple, in colours, 

signed, framed (Gordon), 15s. 

172 Salles, Leon, The Gower family, after Romney, mezzotints, in colours, signed, 

framed (Graves), £2 los. 

Framed. 

173 Martindale, P. H., Miss Bingham ; and Lavinia Countess Spencer, after Sir 

Joshua Reynolds, coloured mezzotints (Jackson), £3. 

174 Short, Sir Frank, Hayle, Cornwall (Strange, 82), etching, signed (Walker), 

£1 15s. 
172 Bejot, E., Le Pont Neuf, signed ; and The Banks of the Somme, Amiens, by 
A. Lepere, signed (Taylor), £5 5s. 

176 East, Sir Alfred, Longpre sur Somme, signed presentation proof, unframed 

(Edwards), £1 i8s. 

177 Watson, C. J., Portrait de Notre Dame, Neufchatel ; and another, by E. M. 

Synge, both signed (Gunson), £1 13s. 

178 Bone, Muirhead, Street scene at night, with roadmakers at work by the Ught 

of flares, drawing in pencil, signed, size 12^- ins. by 8| ins. (Townsend), £13. 

179 Mrs. Cunliffe Offley, by L. Busiere, after Sir T. Lawrence, mezzotint, in 

colours, signed ; Lucius Rossi, Courtshop, photogravure in colours 
(Graves), £9 5s. 

180 Handford, A. S., The Bay of Baiae ; and Childe Harold's pilgrimage, mezzotints 

after J. M. W. Turner, in colours, signed (Johnson), £2. 

181 Handford, A. S., Interior of stable; and The reckoning, mezzotints, after 

George Morland, in colours, signed (Johnson), £3. 

183 Short, Sir Frank, Bonneville, Savoy ; and Ben Arthur, Scotland, mezzotints 

from the Liber Studiorum, signed (Dighton), £1 8s. 

184 Short, Sir Frank, Emma Hart, signed (Mack), £1 los. 

183 B^jot, E., Les Peupliers au Bord de Mahzanares ; and Vue de St. Isidor, both 
signed (Dighton), £1 2s. 

Sir Francis Seymour Hayden. 

186 Harry Kelly's Putney (Harrington, 117), signed (Chester), £2 los. 

187 A likely place for a salmon (H. 141), trial proof, signed (Last), £1. 

188 Windmill Hill, No. i (H. 163), signed (Plaice), £8 13s. 

189 Windmill Hill, No. 2 (H. 164), printed on old paper, signed (Agnew), £5 los. 



190 Jacque, C, LaFuitecn Egypte ; and Le Cavalier, dry points (Colnaghi &Obach) 

£2 15s. 

191 John, Augustus, E., The big grotto, signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £2 los. 



3i8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

191A John, Augustus, E., The valley of time ; and The fords o' Dee, by A. Fraser 
signed (Johnson), £2 5s. 

192 Lumsden, E., Udeyper, morning, signed (Dowdeswell), £3 5s. 

193 Lumsden, E., Jeypore, morning, signed (Dowdeswell), £3 5s. 

194 Lumsden, E., George Street, Edinburgh ; and The Trocadero, Paris, by William 

Walker, both signed (Dowdeswell), £2. 

195 Whistler, J. McN., Soupe a trois sous (Wedmore, 27), (Gunson), £2 los. 

196 Smythe, Richard, Lady Catharine Pelham Clinton, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

mezzotint, in colours, signed (Gordon), £2. 

305 Cameron, D. Y., An illustrated catalogue of his etched work, by Frank Rinder, 

No. 150 of 200 copies, special edition, 1912 (Lomas), £9. 

306 Strang, William., A catalogue of his etched work, 1882-1912, by Laurence 

Binyon, No. 98 of 130 copies, Glasgow, 1912 (E. Mackay), £1 los. 
Framed. 

308 Cameron, D. Y., Waterloo Place (Kinder, 290), signed (Harwood), £12. 

309 East, Sir Alfred, A cottage by the roadside : moonlight effect, aquatint, signed 

(Peters), £1 los. 

311 Whistler, J. McN., Westminster Bridge (Wedmore, 36), Gutekunst, £10 los. 

312 Bone, Muirhead, Somerset House (Campbell Dodson, 185), signed (Gutekunst), 

£62. 
335 Whistler, J. McN., Lady Haden, lithograph (W. 143), (Gutekunst), £5 los. 
337 Whistler J. McN., Little Wapping ; and Billingsgate, etchings (Taylor), £3 15s. 



MODERN ETCHINGS. 

Framed. 

Andrew Affleck. 

344 Linlithgow Palace signed (Fyles), £10 los. 

345 Beauvais, signed (Fyles), £5 5s. 

346 Dordrecht, signed (Connell), £2 15s. 

347 Gateway of Burgos, signed (Connell), £2 los. • 

348 Chateau d'Ambrose, signed (Connell), £2 5s. 

349 Monastery of St. Jerome, signed (Connell), £2 5s. 

350 Edinburgh, signed (Preston), £6 los. 

351 Rose Window, Notre Dame, signed (Connell), £3. 

352 St. Mark's, Venice, signed (James), £2. 

353 Hotel de ViUe, Bruges, signed (Connell), £3. 

354 Toledo, signed (Flaxton), £4 los. 

355 Poste d' Ostende, Bruges ; and Amsterdam, both signed (Connell), £3 5s. 

356 Cloth Hall, Malines ; and Campo St. Margherito, V<nice, both signed (Connell) 

£2 5S. 

357 St. Giorgio Maggiore, signed (Taylor), £2. 

358 Ca d'Oro, Venice, signed (Council), £1 5s. 

Hedley Fitton. 

359 Rue St. Romain, Rouen (No. 2), signed (Colnaghi & Obach), £5 los. 

360 Pont St. Etienne, Limoges (No. 34), signed (McDonald), £4 4s. 

361 Casino di NobiH, Sienna, signed (Agnew), £4 15s. 

362 Rue Barbette, Paris, signed (Gordon), £1 los. 

363 Advocates' Close, Edinburgh, signed (Gordon), £3 iss. 

364 Dumfries Bridge, signed (Gordon), £2 15s. 

365 St. Hilary, Poictiers (No. 33), signed ( — ), £2 2s. 



Sotheby's.] May i and 4, 1914. 319 

366 Street at Savcriie, by J. McN. Whistler ; and Araboise, by D. Y. Cameroa 

(Mackay), fji los. 

MODERN MEZZOTINTS. 

Framed. 

Norman Hirst. 

367 Lady Boughton, after Romney, signed (Gooden & Fox), £3 5s. 

368 Lady Skipworth, after Reynolds, signed (Vicars), £3. 

369 Lady Forbes, aftex Romney, signed (Agnew), £5 5s. 

370 Miss Coussmaker, after Hoppner, signed (Agnew), £5 los. 

371 Miss Susanno Gyll ; and Lady Louisa Manners, after Hoppner, both signed 

(Gordon), £2 17s. 6d. 

372 Mrs. Irwin Boswell, after Raeburn, signed (Agnew), £3 5s. 

373 Miss West, after Lawrence ; and Lady Hamilton as Joan of Arc, after Romney 

both signed (Vicars), £2 los. 

374 Mrs. Frognal Dibden, after Hoppner, signed (Vicars), £2 5s. 

375 Miss Constable, after Romney, signed (Gooden & Fox), £2 los. 

375 Miss Linley and brother, after Gainsborough, signed (Gooden & Fox), £16. 

379 Pratt, Joseph, B., Mrs. Tickell, signed (Agnew), £2. 

380 Duchess of Gordon, signed (Gordon), £i 5s. 

381 Miss Glyn, signed (Vicars), £1. 

382 Lady Ligonier, signed (Agnew), £2 los. 

383 Lady Raglan, signed (Vicars), £1. 

384 Smythc, Richard, Countess Dysart, in colours, signed (Connell), £10 los. 

Sidney E. Wilson. 
Printed in colour. 

385 Lady Sheffield, signed (Perkins), £10. 

386 Mrs. Sheridan, signed (Vicars), £6 los. 

387 Mrs. Hallett, signed (Vicars), £7. 

388 Hon. Mrs. Graham, signed (Vicars), £6. 

389 Mrs. Beresford, signed (Jarvis), £9 los. 



Pratt, Joseph, B., Among the hills ; and Sun-down, after Peter Graham ; 
Leaving the hills, by H. Sedcole, after Farquharson ; and Farewell, after 
Lord Leighton ; all signed artists' proofs (Vicars) £15. 



May I, 1 9 14. Puttick's. 

Engravings and Fancy Subjects of the Early English 
and French Schools ; Portraits in mezzotint, line, and 
stipple, etc. 

47 Miss Palmer, by J. R. Smith, after Sir J. Reynolds, mezzotint (West), i8s. 

48 Lady Catherine Beauclerck, by Bartolozzi, after Cotes, oval, in red (.Allen), 

£r 15s. 

49 Master Lambton, by S. Cousins, after Sir T. LawTcnce, mezzotint (Simpson), 

50 Mrs. Siddons as " Zara," by J. R. Smith, after .Sir T. Lawrence, mezzotint 

(West), 15s. 

51 Miss Magill, by J. Watson, alter Reynolds, mezzotint (Simpson), £i 12s. 6d. 

52 Captain Arthur Forrest, by Purcell, after Vandrist, mezzotint (Davis), £2. 

53 George Morland, by W. Ward, after Muiler, mezzotint (Allen), £1 los. 

54 Mrs. Cowley, by J. Fittler, after Cosway, in brown (Meatyard), £1. 



320 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

55 Mrs. Mountain, by C. Turner, after Masquerier, mezzotint (Banbury), £3 15s. 

56 Lady Standope, by Cardon, after Cosway (Allen), £1 5s. 

57 Jliss Melville, by C. Turner, after Phillips, open-letter proof, mezzotint 

(Simpson), £1 2S. 6d. 

59 Viscountess Spencer, by T. Watson, after Reynolds, mezzotint (West), £3 los. 

60 Aladam Tallien, by Bond, after Masquerier (Banbury), £5. 

63 Lord Nelson, by Earlom, after Bcechy, open letter-proof, mezzotint (Simpson), 

£1 5S. 

64. Lord Thurlow, by Sayer, after Cruikshank, mezzotint (AUen), £1. 

68 Charles Watson, Esq., by Fisher, after Hudson, mezzotint (Meatyard), £1 is. 

70 Lord Thurlow, by Bartolozzi, after Reynolds (Allen), i8s. 

71 Lady Molyneux, by V. Green, after Calze, mezzotint, proof (Simpson), £1 10s. 

72 Mrs. Siddons, as the " Tragic Muse," by Haward, after Reynolds (West), 

£2 I OS. 

73 Marie Antoinette and Marie Terese, by and after Boizet, pair (AUen), £i 5s. 

74 Mrs. Morgan and child, by Tomkins, after Russell, oval (Simpson), £2 15s. 

75 Hebe (Miss Meyer), by Jacobe, after Reynolds, mezzotint (West), £1 los. 

76 Emily, by C. Turner, after Owen, mezzotint (Allen), £3 15s. 

77 Duchess of Devonshire, after Reynolds, in brown (Simpson), £1 6s. 

78 Ronaldo and Arraida, by Burke, after A. Kauffman, oval (West), £4 15s. 

79 Portrait of a lady, after Hoppner, proof before letters (Allen), £1 12s. 6d. 

80 Youth diverting age, by Grozer, after Morland, mezzotint (Scotney), £4. 

81 The happy family, by Dean, after Morland, mezzotint (Cohen), £1 15s. 

82 The pleasures of retirement, by W. Ward, after Morland, mezzotint (Simpson), 

£5 los. 

83 African hospitahty ; and Slave trade, by J. R. Smith, after G. Morland, 

mezzotints, open-letter proofs (Allen), £4 5s. 

84 The infant cottager ; and The little traveller, by Jones, after Singleton, mezzo- 

tints, pair (West), £3 los. 

85 Pr-Ierinage a S. Nicolas, by Mathic:u, after De Launay (Simpson), £1 15s. 

86 Playing at cricket, by Benoist, after Hayman (Rimell), £2 12s. 6d. 

87 The Veterinary College, by Shepheard, after R. Lawrence, mezzotint (Allen), 

£1 4S. 

88 Fox hunting, by Barney, after Reinagle, mezzotint, open-letter proof (Simpson), 

£6 I OS. 

89 Moonlight, by BrooI<shaw, after Kobell, mezzotint (Allen), £1 7s. 6d. 
93 La Nouville Affiigeante, by CathUn, after Wille (West), £1 2s. 6d. 

105 View of Charlotte Sound, New Zealand, by F. Jukes (Edwards), £i 17s. 6d. 

106 Prince of Wales Island, by W. Daniel, aquatint, in colours (Wilham), £2. 

108 Alexander the First, by J. Jenkins, in colours (William), £2. 

109 The progress of steam : View in Regent's Park, 1831, aquatint, in colours 

(Parker), £5 17s. 6d. 
no The new steam carriage, by J. L. Marks, aquatint, in colours (Rimell), £2 17s. 6d. 

171 Guillaume de Brisacier, by A. Masson, after Mignard, third state (Milwood), 

£4 5s. 

172 The CumbfTland Sailing Club, by B. T. Pouncy, after T. Kitcbinghana, etched- 

letter proof with arms in cenli-e (Pollard), £4. 

177 Rubbing down the post horse, by J. R. Smith, after Morland, mezzotint, in 

colours (Fores), £4. 

178 A mad bull, by R. Dodd, after Morland, aquatint, in colours (Hopkins), 

£1 15s. 
181 I'rince Regent, by W. Say, after Hoppner, mezzotint (Batty), £1 2S. 6d. 



Puttick's.] May i, 19 14. .',21 

182 Trap ball, by Bartolozzi, after Hamilton ; and Venus and Cupid, by the same 

after Colibert, in colours (Batty), £2 15s. 

183 IVIrs. Jackson, by Condc, after Cosway (Batty), i8s. 

184 Inverary Castle and Town, Scotland (R. 65), by C. Turnir, after J. M. W. 

Turner, engraver's proof, signed, mezzotint (Batty), £2 2s. 

185 Spring, by D. Lucas, after Constable, mezzotint, proof (Dighton), i8s. 

196 Partridge shooting, after A. S. Wortley, and Grouse shooting, after Heywood 

Hardy, signed proofs (Fores), £1 los. 

197 Monarch of the glen, by Thos. Landseer, after Sii- E. Landseer, signed by the 

artist (Thomas), £8. 
C03 Fox and cubs, by C. Turner, after T. Bennet, mezzotint, in colours (Pollard), 
£4 I OS. 

205 Lady Wallscourt, by Phillips, after LawTcnce mezzotint, proof (Redington), 

£1 4s- 

206 Miss Macdonald, by Samuel Cousins, after Lawrence, mezzotint (McDonald), 

£3 I OS. 
,207 Portrait of a lady in a landscape, with deer on left, mezzotint, proof (E'lis 
and Smith), £2 15s. 

208 Sir Henry Raeburn, by W. Walker, after himself, mezzotint, proof (Ellis and 

Smith), £4 los. 

209 Earl and Countess of Pembroke and son, by J. Watson, after Sir Joshua 

Reynolds, mezzotint, second state (White), £2 I2S. 6d. 

210 Mrs. Morris, by J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint (Parsons), 

£2 15s. 

211 Viscountess St. Asaph, by C. Wilkin after Hoppner (Jacobson), £1 17s. 6d. 
221 & 222 T. Bartianini, signed. Study of a lady, crayon drawing ; J. F. Herring, 

signed. Racehorse " Nutwith," by Tomboy, out of Hackfalls dam, wumer 

erf St. Leger, 1844, painting (Fores), £7. 
223 Herring, J. F., signed. Racehorse Charles XII, painting (McDonald), £i 2S. 6d. 
226 Tom and his pigeons ; and The favourite rabbit, by Knight, after Russell, 

in colours, pair (F. Daniell), £2 5s. 

228 Col. Ronaldson Macdonell of Glengarry, by T. Hodgetts, after Sir H. Raeburn, 

«aezzotint (Pollard), £15 los. 

229 Miss Farren (Countess of Derby), by Bartolozzi, after LawTencc, in brown, 

cut (Brail), £1 2S. 6d. 

230 Wm. Lillywhite, Jas. Cobbett, Thos. Box, and Fuller Pilch, (aicketers), 

by C. Hunt, aquatints, in colours, a set of four (Pollard), £2 los. 

231 C. G. Taylor, Alfred Mynn, Roger Kynaston, junr., and G. L. Langdon, by 

the same, aquatints, in colours, a set of four f Pollard), £2 los. 

232 The lock, by D. Lucas, after Constab'e, mezzotint, second state (Batty), £3. 

233 Le jffomenade du soir, by Ingouf, and Le bourdoir, by AIaleu\Te, after Freude- 

berg, a pair (Batty), £3. 

234 Mrs. Woolf, b}' Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thos. LawTcnce, mezzotint (Brown), 

£4. 

235 Tom and his pigeons; and The favourite rabbit, by Knight, after Russell, 

in colours, a pair (Batty), £2 los. 

237 Salad girl, after Hoppner, in colours (Bortin), £3 los. 

238 St. Giles, and St. James' beauty, by Bartolozzi, after Benwell, a pair (Batty), 

£2 15s. 

239 Marie Antoinette, after Violet, oval, in colours (Scotney), £1 los. 

246 Schoolboys giving charity to a blind man by J. R. Smith, after Bigg, mezzo- 
tint (Scotney), £1 12s. 6d. 



322 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



247 Views of Liverpool by Buck and Rocker, and a Plan of Liverpool, by Kitchen 

(Parker), £1 us. 
253 Sydney Cove, New South Wales, by Jukes, aquatint (Edwards), £2 106. 
555 Views of gold digging, Australia, by Ham, after Tullock, in colours, a set of 

four (Edwards), £2 5s. 

260 Hon. Mrs. Darner, by J. R. Smith, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Weydelin), 

£1 3S. 

261 Sailors carousing, by W. Ward, after Ibbetson, mezzotint (Boys), £1 los. 

262 Cornelia and her children, after Hoppner (Weydelin), £1 12s. 6d. 



May 4, 1914. Christie's. 

Modern Pictures and Drawings, property of the late 
L. E. Crawford, Esq., Oakdene, Elton Road, Clifton, 
Bristol ; Water-colour Drawings, property of the late 
Mrs. Sarah Barclay, 31, Kensington Court Mansions, W. ; 
and Modern Pictures and Water-colour Drawings from 
various other sources. 



Property of the late L. E. Crawford, Esq., Oakdene, 
Elton Road, Clifton, Bristol. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Aumonier, J., Afternoon sunhght — 2jh x 19J (Amor), £21. 

2 Bennett, W., The jimction of the Greta and the Tees— 21 X 29|- (Sampson), 

£7 7s. 
5 Hardy, James, junr., Dead game — i2i x 20 (Sampson), £8 83. 

4 Hardy, James, junr., Dead pheasant, partridges, and still life — ijt x i7 

(Sampson), £5 6s. 

5 Kilburne, G. G., Memories — 20J x 27*^ (Cassell), £27 6s. 

6 Kilburne, G. G., Her portrait — gj x 13^ (Bowden), £9 19s. 6d. 

7 Swanwick, H., The South Downs — 29* x 49 (Cassell), £9 19s. 6d. 

8 Wilson, C. E., The Vicar's daughter— 29 x 19 (Bowden), £32 iis. 

PICTURES. 

9 Bates, David, 1886, Summer day under the poplars ; R.A., 1886 — agj x 41J 

(Blairman), £8 8s. 

10 Hardy, Heywood, 1862, Changing pastures — loi x i7i (Blairman), £7 7s. 

11 Hayes, Ed., R.H.A., Tug towing a wreck into Gorleston Harbour — 25 x 39 

(Sampson), £21. 

12 Leto, A., 1878, View of Bougival — gl- x 13 (Bollag), £17 6s. 6d. 

13 Niemann, E. J., 18O0, Wharfedale, Yorkshire — 24^- x 44J (Evans), £31 los. 

14 Noble, J. S., and Foster, W. H., The first of September — 15 X 25J (Sampson) 

£5 15s. 6d. 
13 Paoletti, A., Flower market, Venice — 2ii x 28 (Mitchell), £16 i6s. 

16 .Syer, J., Near Bettws-y-Coed— i7i X 23* (Mitchell), £26 5s. 

17 SycT, J., 1868, Driving cattle across the moor — 12^ X 17J (Kilby), £8 8s. 
i8 Syer, J., 1863, Lane scene— 17J x 14 (Mitchell), £4 14s. 6d. 

19 Syer, J., 1851, Keynsham ; and View at Stoke, near Bristol, 1852 (Mitchell) 
£24 3S. 



Christie's.] May 4, 1914 323 

Property of the late Mrs. Sarah Barclay. 31, Kensington 
Court Mansions, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

26 Bonington, R. P., The staircase — 7J x ji (Squire), £ig 19s. 

27 Bonington, R. P.. On the Thames, near Windsor, sepia — 5i x SJ (Palser), 

28 Boyce, G. P., Sandpit, near Abinger, Surrey — 7j x iij (Oliver), £1 iis. 6d. 

29 Boyce, G. P., 1863, A boathouse at Pangbourne — 10^ x yi (Vicars), £1 los. 

30 Brett, J., A.R.A., 1863, View at Vico, near Sorrento — 9 x 12J (Bowden), £4. 

31 Chambers, G., Gravesend — 5J x 13J (Pawsey & Payne), £4 14s. 6d. 

32 Cook, S. (of Plymouth), Trebarwith sands, Cornwall — 18 x 25^ (Pawsey and 

Payne), £3 3s. 

33 Cook, S. (of Plj-mouth), 1857, Kj-nance Cove — 18 x 25J (Kilby), £2 2S. 

34 Cox, D., Harlech Castle — 6^- x gi (Permain), £9 19s. 6d. 

35 Cox, D., Landscape with windmill and peasants — 5 x 7J (Bowden), £14 145. 

36 Cox, D., On the river, near Hereford — si ^ I'i (Palser), £2 5s. 

37 Cox, D., Cottage by a pond ; and A harvest field (Palser), £9 9s. 

38 Davidson, C, A wood near Hastings; and Cornfield at Tenby (Kilby), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

39 Egville, J. H. d', 1874, On the Lagune, Venice — 13J x 2ii (Vicars), £r is. 

40 Duncan, E., Coast of Gower, South Wales — 14J x 21J (Amor), £5 15s. 6d. 

41 Duncan, E., A calm : Ramsgate harbour — 5J x 8 (Permain), £4 4s. 

43 Foster, Birket, On the Thames : Sunset — 5 x 7 (Cassell), £33 12s. 

44 Francia, L., Near Calais ; and Fishing boats (Vicars), £2 los. 

45 Fripp, G. A., 1857, Welsh river with rustic bridge — 13 x 10} (Kilby), £1 is. 

46 Hardy, HejTvood, .\sking alms — 7i x 5J (Halford), £1 is. 

47 Jackson, S. P., 1858, Lake Ennerdale — 24$ x 38J (Gooden & Fox), £14 14s. 

48 Jackson, S. P., 1864, Evening — i4i x 23! (Paris), £1 iis. 6d. 

49 Jackson, S. P., 1867, The moorhen's haunt — 12^ x 2oi (Mitchell), £3 3s. 
30 Jackson, S. P., 1858, St. Michael's Mount— 8J x 17 (Leggatt), £6 6s. 

51 Jenkins, J., On the Thames at Streatley — SJ- x iSJ (Hatford), £2 2s. 

52 Jones, W. H. H., On the Thames at Moulsford, a pair — 3J x loj (Knight), 

£1 2S. 

53 Martini, G. dc, The love-letter ; and Contemplation ; and .At the gate, by 

Dalbono (Sampson), £1 15s. 

54 Naftel, Isabel, 1882, Cottages at Goring-oii- Thames ; and Massagno, Lugano, 

by F. C. Nightingale, 1873 (Amor), £3 3s. 
,55 Naftel, P. J., 1861, Sorrento, Bay of Naples — 2if x 40! (Amor), £14 14s. 

56 Naftel, P. J., Amalfi — 13J x 10 (Amor), £3 3s. 

57 Niemann, E. J., Interior of St. .Alban's Abbey; and Advocate's Close, Edin- 

burgh, by S. Read (Dove), £2 2s. 
38 Nightingale, F. C, 1875, Bellinzona ; and \"iew at Highgate, by C. Blather- 
wick (Barclay), £1 los. 

59 Richardson, T. M., 1848, Near Fort William, Inverness-shire — 6 x 18J (Vicars), 

£3 3S. 

60 Richardson, T. M., 1859. At Ballahulish ; and Mountainous landscape, by 

R. H., 1871 (Barclay), £4 14s. 6d. 

61 Roberts, D., R.A., 1837, On the Rhine— lol x 7J (Bowden), £8 i8s. 6d. 

62 Sandercock, H. A., Views (2) at Tintagel (Barclay), £5 los. 

tJ3 Stanfield, C, R..A., On the Rhine — sepia; and On the sands, Aberdeen, by 
C. Davidson (Kilby), £1 is. 



324 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

64 Tomkins, C. F., Venict — 14 x g-J (Falser), £2 2s. 

66 Varley, J., Bay scene ; and Lake scene — two in one frame (Perniain), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

67 Webb, Sir Aston, R.A., A country village ; and Two river scenes, by R. B. 

(Hobson), £1 2s. 

68 De Wint, P., Woody landscape with water-mill and cart on a road — 8 J x iif 

(Bowdcn), £15 15s. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

69 Pyne, T., 1901, Barnard Castle, Durham — 13 x 20J (Paris), £4 4s. 

70 Pyne, T., 1907, Windy morning — 20 x 28 (Leeds), £6 i6s. 6d. 

71 Tayler, F., 1870, Drawing cover — 10 x 13^ (Sampson), £12 is. 6d. 

72 Tayler, F., 1865, The milkmaid — 15 x 11 (Sampson), £6 i6s. 6d. 

73 Tayler, F., Waiting for the guns — 14 x loj (Cassell), £8 i8s. 6d. 

74 Girtin, T., Woody stream with cattle — 8 x 10-^ (Kilby), £2 12s. 6d. 

75 & 76 Flandrin, H. Female figures ; and Head of a cat, by A. Legros — pencil ; 

Rich, A. W., Near Dieppe; and St. Paul's from Waterloo (Behread), 
£5 5s. 

77 Ball, Wilfred, 1901, Brixham fishing boats ; and Chalk pits, Amberley (Willis). 

£5 15s. 6d. 

78 Holloway, C. E., 1892, Rochester ; and In the New Forest, by Jones (Leaf), 

£5 5S. 

79 Fox, H. F., 1889, Mapledurham ; and Fishing smacks, by J. Fraser (Meltou), 

£5 5S. 

80 Fraser, R. W., 1885, A backwater ; and Bluntisham, 18SS (Melton), £2 12s. 6d. 

81 Prout, S., Bologna— 6 J x 5 (Lock), £1 iis. 6d. 

82 Wimperis, E. M., 1895, View in Dorsetshire — 8 x 12 (Boyle), £25 4s. 

83 Wimperis, E. M., 1876, Arundel — 9 x 13^ (Boyle), £16 i6s. 

84 Wimperis, E. M., 1895, Yorkshire moor— 8 x 12 (Allen), £21. 

85 Jopling, J. M., x866 Ching-a-ring-a-ring-ching — 29 x 24^ (Sheai-man),. 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

86 Leitch, W. L.. Hag's Castle, near Glasgow ; and Landscape with castle (Palmer),. 

£9 9S- 

87 Leitch, W. L., 1872, Near Dorking: and Near Reigate (Falser), £12 12s. 

88 Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., Mistley— 13 x 19 (Watson), £9 19s. 6d. 

89 Brangwyn, F., A.R.A., Brapton, Suffolk — 13} x igi (Smith), £12 12s. 

90 Brangwyn, F., A.R..A.., Estuary of a river ; and In the forest (Smith), £18 i8s. 

91 Stratton, F., Girl knitting : lamplight, pastel— 24 x 18 (Ball), £2 2S. 

92 Brabazon, H. B., Venice : a grey day — 6 x 10 (Gye), £5 5s. 

93 AUingham, H., Cottages at Brightston, Isle of Wight— 8 J x lol- (Vicars)^ 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

94 Barret, G., Arcadia — 6J x 9J (M. Misell), £7 17s. 6d. 

95 Bennett, W., Haddon Hall— loj x igi (M. Misell), £3 3s. 

96 Bennett, W., Junction of the Greta and the Tecs — 14J x 2o| (M. Misell) 

£3 13s. 6d. 

97 Richardson, T. M., Loch Leven— 44 x 17} (Port), 15s. 

98 McKewan, D. H., River scene with castle : Sunset — 11 x 20J (Kilby), £1 15s. 

99 Steeple, J., 1869, Moorland scene with cattle; and Common scene with sheep^ 

by J. Parkeston, 1884 (Paris), £3 13s. 6d. 
loi Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Low tide — 14 x 22* (Lacey), £10 10s. 
102 WylUe, C. W., Bosham ; and Strand-on-the-Green, a pair — 16 X 25! (CoUou\ 

£8 8s. 



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103 Hardy, T. B., 1888, Venice ; and Brixham Bay (Newton), £12 12s. 

104 Hardy, T. B., 1885, Etaples— i7i x 27i (Phillips), £7 7S. 

105 Hardy, T. B., 1886, Clearing a wreck on the French coast — 18 x 27J (Vicars), 

£19 19s. 

106 Duncan, E., Penshurst, near Tunbridge ; and Harvest in Perthshire (Paris), 

£2 2S. 

107 Duncan, E., i860. Forest scene with deer ; and Old building near Shrewsbury 

(Mitchell), £3 3s. 

108 Henderson, C. Cooper, Post horses, a pair — loj x 15 £4 4s. 

109 Henderson, C. Cooper, A diligence ; and the companion, a pair — 8i x 10} 

(Paris), £2 2S. 
no Rowlandson, Interiors with figures — a pair ; and The five-bar gate (Graves- 
and Co.), £1 is. 

PICTURES. 

111 Henderson, C. Cooper, The phaeton — 12 x 17 (Browne), £1 iis. 6d. 

112 Constable, An old lock— 14J x igj (Schroeder), £6 6s. 

113 Cotman, Old buildings on a river — i7i x i5i (Halford), £2 12s. 6d. 

114 Luker, W., A refi-eshing stream — 29* x 50 (Mitchell), £7 7s. 

115 Luker, W., The herd ; and Tending the flock, a pair — iqJ x 31J (Sampson), 

£6 6s. 

116 Dutch School. Toper with a jug, panel — 5J x 6 (Sampson), £1 is. 

117 Harding, J. D., 1854, Norman peasants on the coast of Decamps, panel — 

I3J- x 2oi (Palser), £21. 

118 Potter, F., The sisters— 35 x 25* (Jack), £6 6s. 

119 Andrews, H., The trysting-place — 26 x 21 (Josephs), £1 us. 6d. 

120 Kaemmerer, F. H., The cherry-seller — 23 X 15 (Mitchell), £23 2S. 

121 Bellenger, George, The winnowers — 17J x 21J (Bell), £2 12s. 6d. 

122 Philips, Herman, The Widow, panel — gj x 5 (Ward), £2 12s. 6d. 

123 Hereau, Jules, Farm road with haystacks — loj x 15J (Vicars), £10 los. 

124 Sinet, L., 1871, Plucking the chicken, panel — 10 x 7* (Arnot), £3 3s. 

125 Caille, L., 1879, School-time, panel — 8 x 6 (Cassell), £8 8s. 



DR.WVINGS. 

126 Head of a nymph, pastel, oval — iSi x i4i (Schroeder), £1 123. 

127 Anderson, E. Enoch, 1902, Evening on the Esk — 17 x 29^ (Kilby), 15s. 

128 Bida, Illustrations to Shakespeare, a set of forty-one — 12 x 9 (Amor), £9 9s. 

129 Boucher School. Music; Painting; and Literature, a set of four; pastel, 

oval — 23 X 18 (Leggatt), £84. 

130 Carter, H. B., Tantallon Castle — 16| x 27 (Sampson), £7 7s. 

131 Daucher, A., A rocky promontory, pastel — 20J X 28i (Graves), £8 8s. 

132 Hardy, T. B., 1894, In peril ; and Broadstairs Pier, a pair — 9 x 19* (Halli- 

well), £21. 

PICTURES. 

134 Ruined abbey with cattle ; and Road by a river (Moore), £2 12s. 6d. 

135 Blau, T., Wayside shrine, panel ; Path with figures, panel ; and Fleet Street, 

by Louis Grimshaw (.\rnheim), £13 13s. 

136 Constable, View over a river (Sampson), £1 is. 
136A Sand dunes, by J. Stadlen (Arnot), £2 2S. 

137 Dean, Frank, 1901, Venice ; and Verona, in water-colour (Kilby), £2 123. 6d. 

138 Hall, Oliver, Yarmouth. Isle of Wight — i8i x 27i (Kilby), £1 los. 

139 Hall, Oliver, Bardsea Forest— 18V x 28 (Kilby), £1 5s. 



32 b ART PRICES CURRENT. 

140 Kneller School. Mrs. Thomas Wilson seated with her three sons — 59 x 52 

(Moore), £3 3s. 

141 Legner, J. C. M., Amsterdam — 24J x 34 (Paris), £1 iis. 6d. 

142 Mercier, Spinning the top; and The pet dog, a pair — 28 x 21 (Sampson), 

£4 4S. 

143 Thornley, W., Toulon — 23J x 31J (Sampson), £1 is. 

144 Vincent, View in Tivoli with figures and cattle in the foreground — 20 x 27 

(Meinertzhagen), £15 15s. 



DRAWINGS. 

145 Cattermole, C, The advance guard — 19J- x 28 (Cassell), £8 i8s. 6d. 

146 Musin, F., Shipping at the mouth of a harbour— 24 x 39 (Paris), (,4 4s. 

PICTURES. 

147 Davidson, T., 1885, Bishop Laud at Lambeth Palace — 33^^ x 43! (Paris), 

£5 5S. 

148 Davidson, T., Surrender of Corfe Castle — 35 x 27i (Paris), £11 os. 6d. 

149 Dawson, H., 1849, Lake scene with boat, panel — iil x 15* (Permain), 

£11 OS. 6d. 

150 Kauffraan, Maria, oval — 12 x 9J (Port), £1 lis. 6d. 

151 Lidderdale, C. S., 1884, Too bad — 27^ x 19J (Prideaux), £8 i8s. 6d. 

152 Rosalba, Apollo and muses — 50 x 40 (Justice), £2 r2s. 6d. 

153 Scott, J., 1876, The escape; An anxious moment — 4ii x 32 (Justice), 

£1 lis. 6d. 

154 Walbourn, E., 1900, The pea harvest — 35 x 54 (Paris), £4 4s. 



May 8, 1914. Christie's. 

Modern Pictures and Drawings, property of the late 
Mrs. Alice Venables Brunton, 15, New Cavendish Street, 
W. ; and the property of Mrs. Amsden ; also Modem 
Pictures and Drawings from other sources. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Angell, H. Coleman, A bowl of roses — 13 x 17^ (Coke), £14 3s. 6d. 

2 Angell, H. Coleman, Azaleas — 5^ x 6| (Permain), £3 3s. 

3 Bonheur, Rosa, 1887, Pyrennean shepherd and his flock — 22 X 30^ (Sampson), 

£210. 

4 Browne, Henriette, An Eastern school — 21J x i6f (Wilson), £46 4s. 

5 Chevilliard, V., II n'y a que la foi qui sauve — io| x 7J (Sampson), £12 12s. 

6 Cuvillon, R. De, The Odalisque — 16 x 10 (Mortimer), £15 15s. 

7 Detaille, Ed., 1911, Un Cavalier du ime Hussards, 1850 — 25^ x 20J (Tooth), 

£47 5s. 

8 Foster, Birket, Fish stall near the Rialto, Venice — 16J x 26J (King), £220 los. 

9 Gruppc, C. R., Farm on a canal near Haarlem — i8i x i4i (Alford), £4 4s. 

10 Gunneweg, H., A backwater — 15I x 21J (Maitland), £2 12s. 6d. 

11 Hunt, W., Pineapple, grapes, and cherry — 13 x loj (Meyer), £21. 

12 Israels, Josef, Scheveningen Beach : A group of fisherfolk and children on the 

shore awaiting the arrival of two fishing boats — 18J x 29! (Sampson), 
£325 los. 

13 Kever, J. H. S., The peasant's family — 18 x 23I (Wallis), £46 4s. 

14 Kever, J. H. S., The accident— i7i X 13 (Alford), £23 2S. 



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15 Klinkcnberg, K., The weighing-house, Alkman— 20J x 13! (Wallis), £15 15s. 

16 Lundgren, E., Arab girl— 15 x iij (Agnew), £12 r2S. 

17 Meer, E. v.d., 1881, Windmill at Gouda— 14I x u (Maitland), £5 5s. 

18 Metzmacher, E., Gourmandise — 14 X 10 (Amor), £13 2S. 6d. 

19 North, J. W., A.R.A., 1900, The time of peace — i?! x 24J (Wells), £g 19s. 6d. 

20 Prout, S., Doge's Palace, Venice — 16.I x loj (Falser), £40 19s. 

21 Prout, S., Fishmarket at Rome— 16J X loj (Falser), £32 iis. 

22 Prout, S., Interior of St. Paul's, Antwerp — 16J x loi (Wise), £19 19s. 

23 Steelink, W., The flock— 17^ x 12 (Wallis), £10 los. 

24 Syer, J., 1870, Welsh river scenes, a pair — 12 x 18^ (Bowden), £10 los. 

25 Taylor, C, Chateau de Vitre, de la Place St. Yves— 10 x 6| (Sutclifie) , 

£3 13s. 6d. 

26 Tholen, W. B., On a Dutch canal— iij x 12J (Wallis), £15 15s. 

27 Varley, J., Lake scene with castle and two figures — 8J X izf (Bowden) , 

£11 IIS. 

28 Wolbers, H. G., Cattle in the Leiden meadows — g} >' 14 (Maitland), £4 4s. 

The property of 3*Irs. .^.nasden, and formed part of the 
collection of the late F. W. Amsden, Esq., Holmbury Dene, 
Sydenham. 

DRAWINGS. 

29 Grace, J. E., 1884, Autumn leaves — 13! >; 9A (Cassell), £3 13s. 6d. 

30 Johnson, Harry, When spring and summer meet — i7i x 25^ (Huggins), 

jC3 3s. 

31 Filsbury, Wilmot, 1883, The Weald of Surrey— 9J x 14J (Pickering), £3 3s. 

32 Velden, P. Van Dcr, Old age — 19.J x 14 (Permain), £4 14s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

33 Bird, S., 1870, Mid-day rest — 9I x iij (Justice), 15s. 

34 Gilbert A., 1879, The coast of D'non ; and Near Rochester, by Dorothy 

Cox (Mitchell), £2 2S. 

35 Godward, J. W., Reverie — 17 x 15 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

36 Heffner, K., Spring day in April, Bavaria — 24i x 55.J- (Schroeder), £25 4s. 

37 Herrmann (Munich), In the Austrian Tyrol, panel — ej x 13}- (Schroeder), 

£2 2S. 

38 Hunter, Colin, .\.R.A., 1877, Nearing shore: Evening — 27I x 47^ (Mitchell) 

£19 8s. bd. 

39 Livres, J. I., 1865, The fisherman's wife : Boulogne — 13J x gj (Kander), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

40 Webb, J., 1877, Ehitch pincks — igi x 31J (Vicars), £27 6s. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

41 Fielding, C, 1837, Highland lake scene with drover .ind cattle in the fore- 

ground — gi X 14 (Vicars), £60 i8s. 

42 Duncan, E., 1872, Landing fish — 13* x 21 (Leggatt), £36 15s. 

43 Wimperis, E. M., Across the moor— 14 x 27 (CoUings), £44 2S. 

44 RobsoD, G. F., Durham — loj x 16J (Leggatt), £11 os. 6d. 

45 Fielding, C, 1838, Lake scene with cattle and figure — 7 x loj (Agnew ), 

£44 2S. 

46 Burne-Jones, Sir E., 1885, A study of a girl's head, brown chalk on coloured 

paper — 16 x 12! (Sampson), £1 is. 

47 Richardson, T. M., 1852, Castle on the Rhine — 16J x 17! (Bowden), £15 15s. 

48 Fielding, C, View on the South Downs at Patchara, near Brighton : early 

morning — 12 x i7i (Vicars), £141 15s. 



328 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



49 Fielding, C, View nesur Worthing, looking up the valley : Storm effect — 

io| K 15J (Vicars), £94 los. 

50 Sherrin, J., Pineapple and purple grapes — 12 x 15J (Vicars), £19 19s. 

51 Sherrin, J., Yellow and purple plums-^io x 13I (Coke), fro los. 

52 Goodwin, Albert, 1904, Crowland Abbey — gj x 14 (Alford), £14 14s. 

53 Goodwin, Albert, Rain at Lauterbrunnen — 9i x 14J (Gooden & Fox), £16 i6s. 

54 Tauqicr, O., River scene with a village in the distance — 8J x 12 (Mitchell), 

£1 IS. 

55 Burne-Jones, Sir E., Saint Cecilia, sepia and white on brown paper — 13 x 8 

(Eardley), £3 13s. 6d. 

56 MacWhrrter J., R.A., Hilly landscape — 9 x isf (Sutcliffe), £1 iis. 6d. 

57 Hunt, W., The young critic — loj x 7i (Agnew), £34 13s. 

58 Hunt, W., The attack— 7* x 8J (Agnew), £31 ros. 

59 De Wint, P., Clifton, near Penrith, with the Crossfell Mountains — 17 x 24^^ 

(Kindersley), £126. 

PICTURES. 

60 Dawson, H., 1869, London from Greenwich Hill ; R.A., 1869 — 71 x 107 

(Dunn Gardner), £42. 

61 Archer, J., R.S.A., 1867, On the dunes — 18 x 25^^ (J. Smith), £1 i6s. 

62 Coosemans. J., Woody river scene, panel — 11 x i6i (Sampson), £1 is. 

63 Phillip, J., R.A., Sunlight in the church — 17^ x 13! (Vicars), £1 is. 

64 Sandys, P., Gentle spring — 47J- x 24^ (Bale), £21. 

65 Heilbuth, F., The music lesson — 23J x 28^ (Yeates), £16 i6s. 

66 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., Woody landscape — 6 x loi (Mitchell), £4 14s. 6d. 

67 Meijer, H., Landscape with mill, figures and animals — 15 x 18J (Salt), £6 6s. 

68 Shayer, W., senr., 1854, Milking-time — 23 x 19 (Mitchell), £42. 

69 Goodwin, Albert, Mont St. Michel, Normandy — gi x 14 (King), £13 13s. 

70 Watts, F. W., River scene with cottage, barges and figures — 15^ x 2ii (Boss), 

£44 2S. 

71 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., Dawn — 41 x 63 (Lister), £11 iis. 

72 Hayes, E., R.H.A., 1869, The freshening gale. Mumbles, Swansea — 19 X 33 

fAgnew), £19 19s. 

73 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1862, Welsh river scene with angler — 20J x 3ot 

(Sampson), £22 is. 

74 Israels, J., Old man seated reading a book — 17 x 13! (Koetzcr), £94 los. 

75 Bonington, R. P., Verona — 8J x 12J (Grant), £14 14s. 

76 Hunter, Colin, A.R.A., 1881, A squally sea — iii x 21* (McGregor), £7 7s. 

77 Ribot, E., The old fisherman — 25^^ x 23 (Wallis), £12 12s. 

78 Vickers, A., 1862, In Derbyshire : Waterfall with cattle watering — 17^ x 25J 

(Vicars), £9 igs. 6d. 

79 Vickers, A., 1864, In^Bolton Park, Yorkshire — i6J- x 26 (Vicars), £15 15s. 

80 Fantin-Latour, H., 1874, A bouquet of flowers — 9 x 12J (Bell), £120 15s. 

81 Hunter, Colin, A.R.A., 1899, Off the coast of Skye — i6i x 29^ (McGregor), 

£29 8s. 

82 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1851, The guardian of the herd — 47J x 7i4 (Mitchell), 

£189. 

83 Charles, J., A Sussex meadow — 11 x 18J (Sampson), £s 5s. 

84 Forbes, Stanhope A., R.A., 1893, Lighthouse on the south-west coast — 

29* X24i (Mnitland), £15 15s. 

85 MacWhirter, J., R.A., Autumn leaves — z?i x 18 (Lister), £19 19s. 



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DRAWINGS. 

86 Fielding, C, 1854, Loch Lomond : Peasants and cattle on a road in the 

foreground — 15J x 23J (Agnew), £315. 

87 Marks, H. S., R.A., Cranes— 12 x 8 (Brook Street Gallery), £5 5s. 

88 Marks, H. S., R.A., A flamingo and a pelican — 11 x 7} (Bowden), £4 4s. 

89 Prout, S., Church of St. Pierre, Caen — 28 x 2oi (King), £115 los. 

90 Richardson, T. M., junr., 1843, Durham — 18J X 27J (Mitchell), £52 los. 

PICTURES. 

91 Callcott, Sir A. W., R.A., Gulf of Spezzia — 21 x 41J (Wise), £33 12s. 

92 Cole, Vicat, R.A., 1870, Autumn solitude — 38J x 59J (Sampson), £110 5s. 

93 Frfe-e, Ed., 1857, The milk-girl, panel — 13J x iif (Wallis), £9 gs. 

94 Koekkoek, B. C, 1856, Woody road scene with peasants driving cattle — 

31 X 40J (Sampson), £141 15s. 

Property of the late Mrs. Alice Venables Brunton, 15, 
New Cavendish Street, W. 

DR.A.WINGS. 

95 Browne, Henriette, The sick child — 25^^ x 20J (Mitchell), £14 14s. 

96 Callow, W., A Turkish village— 9J x 13* (Knight), £5 5s. 

97 Cook, E. Wake,i885-6, The river Ure, HackfaU, Yorkshire ; andClovelly, a pair 

— a^- X 5 (Agnew), £13 13s. 

98 Cox, D., Kenilworth — 6J ■:' 9-J (Agnew), £57 15s. 

99 Duncan, E., 1840, Market-day in an Italian town — 10 X 14 (Pickering), 

f£4 14s. 6d. 

100 Fielding, C, Portsmouth harbour — 17 x lok (Agnew), £81 i8s. 

loi Fielding, C, Highland lake scene \vith peasant driving cattle — 6j x 10 
(Leggatt), £63. 

102 Foster, Birket, Young gleaners — 8J x 6i (King), £71 8s. 

103 Gilbert, Sir J., R..^., 1863, The standard bearer — i5f x loj (Cox), £27 6s. 

104 Gosling, W., Country road, with felled timber — gf x 19 (Mitchell), £5 15s. 6d. 

105 Haag, Carl, 1857, Roman water carrier — 19J x 13J (Huggins), £10 los. 

106 Haghe, L., The cloisters — 11 x 14J (Warre), £3 3s. 

107 Hildebrandt, E., 1847, Minding goats — fr| x gj (Schroeder), £6 i6s. 6d. 

108 Holland, J., Verona — 14 x loj (Bowden), £31 los. 

109 Linnell, J., senr.. Felling timber — 4J x 7 (AUord), £16 i6s. 
no Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., 1862-3, The Warren — 21 x 30 (Cox), £42. 

111 Roberts, D., R.A., 1832, Mechlin Tower — 12J x gj (Agnew), £48 6s. 

112 Tesson, L., Arab settlement — 6i x 21 (Pickering), £3 3s. 

113 Stanfield, C, R.A., 1837, Geirt and Charlemont — loj x 15 (Dick), £1 iis. 6d. 

114 Turner, J. M. W., R..^., Jerusaleum : North-west view — 4f x 8J (Agnew), 

£283 10s. 

115 De Wint, P., Landscape wth village, windmill and pond — 12 x 2oi (Leggatt), 

£74 IIS. 

116 De Wint, P., River scene with castle behind trees — 5J x 8J (Falser), £3 3s. 

PICTURES. 

117 Bird, E., R.A., Dressing the doll ; and A cottage home, by H. Tenkate, panel 

(Bell), £6 i6s. 6d. 

118 Bro\vne, Henriette, 1859, The convent dispensary — 13J X ii| (Wallis), 

£26 5s. 

119 Burgess, J. B., R..\., 1872, The Spanish letter-writer — 28^ X 36J (Evans), 

£78 15s. 

120 Calderon, P. H., R.A., i860. The return from Moscow — 29J X 2ol — (Alexan- 

der), £9 gs. 



^y-j ART PRICES CURRENT. 



121 Chambers, G., Leaving port — 2ii >; ssi (Permain), £31 los. 

122 Clays, P. J., 1863, Dutch pincks becahned, panel — 15^ x 23! (Wallis), £84. 

123 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1851, II Lagunetto, Venice — 14.-1- x 45J (Cassell), £i8 i8s. 

124 Crayer, T., The first-born, panel — 15I x 13^ (Wallis), £9 9s. 

125 Creswick, T., R.A., Bertram's Rock : On the Greta, Yorkshire — 9J x 13^ 

(Sampson), £3 3s. 

126 Danby, T., Swiss lake scene with punt — 25^ x 59it (Evans), £7 7s. 

127 Elmore, A., R.A., Scene from the " Two Gentlemen of Verona " ; and 

Head of Columbus, by W. Collins, R.A., panel (Dick), £3 3s. 

128 Fielding, C, 1858, Scene in the Highlands, with cattle and figures in the fore- 

ground, panel — 9?. x i7i (Vicars), £63. 

129 Frere, Ed., 1854, The Illustration, panel — 13J x loj (Wallis), £44 2S. 

130 Frdre, Ed., 1852, At prayer, panel — 13^ x lof (Wallis), £44 2s. 

131 Frere, Ed., 1853-8, The gourmand ; and The young drummer, a pair, panel — 

gi X 7J- (Wallis), £96 12s. 

132 Frith, W. P., R.A., 1861, Witchcraft, panel — 12| x 2if (Sampson), £47 5s. 

133 Frost, W. E., RA.., Andromeda — loi x 12* (Alexander), £8 8s. 

134 Frost, W. E., R.A., Una ; and Figures in a boat, panel (Sampson), £7 7s. 

135 Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1847, The milk-cart, Antwerp, panel — 17J x 143 

(Mitchell), £29 8s. 

136 Goodall, F., R.A., 1858, Venetian charity, panel — 13^ x 22^ (Huggins), 

£27 6s. 

137 Goodall, F., R.A., 1864, The halt at the well— i2i X 9I (Meinertzhagen), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

138 Hering, G. E., Views in Italy, three in one frame, panel (Halliwell), £5 5s. 

139 Johnson, Harry, 1862, The temple of Minerva, jEgina — iij X 22i (Joseph), 

£1 IS. 

140 Lambinet, E., 1859, A Wexham : d'aprfe Nature — 13.V x 20J (Wallis), £50 8s. 

141 Lance, G., and Gilbert, Sir J., R.A., 1859, The golden age — 19^ x 40 (Cox), 

£27 6s. 

142 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., Pincher ; R.A., 1848 — 22 x i7i (Sampson), £27 6s. 

143 Le Jeune, H., A.R.A., The young angler, panel — rij X i5f (Sampson), 

£22 IS. 

144 Poittevin, E. Le, 1857, Hauling up the lobster-pot — 23J x 16 (.Mitchell) 

£5 5s. 

145 LesUe, C. R., R.A., Sancho Panza and the Duchess, panel — 20 x 24 (Mitchell), 

£35 14s. 

146 Lewis, C. J., Ambleteuse ; and Sunset at Choubah, by Th. Frere, panel 

(Spencer), £3 3s. 

147 Lier, A., Twilight— 18 x 29i (Smith), £68 5s. 

148 Linnell, J., senr., 1852-5, Gipsies resting — 27! x 35 J (Callard), £115 los. 

149 Miiller, W., 1835, Welsh stream with watermill and peasant woman, panel — 

12I X 16 (Evans), £28 7s. 

150 Philhp, J., R.A., 1S58, La Prima Dona — 24J x 17 (Amor), £37 i6s. 

151 Pickersgill, F. R., R.A., 1861, The betrothal— 29J x 20 (Peckering), £7 7s. 

152 Stanfield, C, R.A., Lake and town of Lugano — 22j- x 35^ (Sampson), £56 14s. 

153 Dyck.Van, School. Henrietta Mary, daughter of Charles I in white dress — 

20 X 16.V (Amor), £14 14s. 

154 Ward, E. M., R.A., 1854, The last sleep of Argyle before his e.\fcution — 

13? X 152 (Evans), £21. 

155 Weber, Th., The South Foreland— 18 x 29^ (Newm.n), £3 3s. 

156 Wilson, J. J., The port of Havre^ — 36 X Oo (Leggatt), £11 iis. 



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May II, 1914. Christie's. 

Engravings of the Early English School ; and Engravings 
by Bartolozzi and others of his School, all of which are 
printed in colours. 

1 The ball ; and The pin-cushion, by W. Nutter, a pair (Leggatt), £19 19s. 

2 Children subjects, after Stothard, a pair, in ornamental borders (Cox), £24 3s. 

3 Caroline of Litch&eld, by and after D. Orme : and Lady, with a harp (Dighton), 

£14 14s. 

4 A haymaker, after Bigg, by M. Ogbome (Ainor), £9 gs. 

5 Pilgrim and herdsman, after Stothard ; and Cupids at play (Amor), £9 193. 6d. 

6 Louisa, by and after W. Ward ; and another (Agnew), £25 4s. 

7 Thoughts on matrimony, after J. R. Smith, by W. Ward (Stamp), £18 i8s. 

8 Alinda, by and after W. Ward (Dighton), £65 2S. 

9 What you will, by and after J. R. Smith (Dighton), £93 85. 
ID A wife, by and after J. R. Smith (Agnew), £84. 

11 A maid, by and after J. R. Smith (Amor), £17 17s. 

12 Lady Rushout and daughter, after A. Kauffmann, and T. Burke, in bistre 

(Stamp), £21. 

13 Mrs. Fitzherbert, after Cosway, by J. Conde (Dighton), £52 los. 

14 Countess of Mexborough, after Hoppner, by W. Ward (Dighton), £189. 

15 Visit to the grandfather, aftei J. R. Smith, by W. Ward ; and A visit to the 

grandmother, after Northcote, by J. R. Smith, a pair (Parsons), £54 12s. 

16 Young lady encouraging a low comedian, after Northcote, by W. Ward(Parsons), 

£25 45- 

F. Bartolozzi, R.A., and his School. 

17 The mouse's petition, after Bunbury, by Bartolozzi (Brail), £i5 i6s. 

18 Old Robin Grey, after and by the same (Groome), £6 i6s. 6d. 

19 Illustration to " As you like it " ; and Marian, after the same (Gibbs), £18 i8s. 

20 A sacrifice to cupid ; and The triumph of Beauty and Love, after Cipriani, 

a pair (Agnew), £26 5s. 

21 & 22 Venus attired by the Graces, after Angelica Kauflfman ; The judgment of 

Paris, after the same (Ellis & Smith), £105. 

23 Louisa Hammond, after Angelica Kauffman (Captain Reiss), £52 los. 

24 The fair moralist (Mrs. Hardinge and son), after Cosway (.'\.gnew), £36 15s. 

25 Lavinia ; and Hobbinol and Ganderetta, after Gainsborough, by Bartolozzi 

and Tomkins (F. Daniell), £46 4s. 

26 Lady Smyth and children, after Sir J. Reynolds, by Bartolozzi (Agnew), 

£241 IDS. 

27 The young Lord Burghersh, after and by the same (A. Davis), £31 los. 

28 Venus chiding Cupid, after and by the same (Sabin), £31 los. 

29 A St. James's Beauty, after Benwcll, by the same (Michalinos), £21. 

30 The months, after W. Hamilton, R.A., by Bartolozzi, and Gardiner, the set of 

twelve (Dighton), £409 los. 

31 March ; and September, after the same, by Bartolozzi (Agnew), £58 i6s. 

32 June ; and November, after and by the same (Agnew), £69 6s. 

33 Morning ; and Evening, after Hamilton, by P. W. Tomkins (Dighton), £110 5s. 

34 Duty ; and .Affection, after Miss Conyers, by P. W. Tomkins, a pair (Agnew), 

£94 los. 
33 Innocent play : and The wanton trick, by P. W. Tomkins (Agnew). (^o i8s. 



332 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

36 A French fireside ; and An English fireside, after Ansell, by P. W. Tomkins 

(Sabin), £73 los. 

37 Cottager, by P. W. Tomliins (Leggatt), £38 17s. 

38 Maria, after Russell, by P. W. Tomkins (Agnew), £37 i6s. 

39 Affection and innocence, after Bartolozzi, by P. W. Tomkins (Amor), £23 2S. 

40 Children feeding chickens, after Russell ; and Feeding goats, after Morland, 

by P. W. Tompins, a pair (F. Daniell), £46 4s. 

41 Noon ; and Evening, after Hamilton, by Delattre (Dighton), £90 6s. 

42 Cupid and Ganymede, after A. Kauffman, by T. Burke ; and another (Dighton), 

£26 5S. 

43 Beauty and Prudence ; and the companion print, after the same, by Delattre 

(F. Partridge), £28 7s. 

44 Abra ; and Una, after the same, by T. Burke (Amor), £67 4s. 

45 Cupid ; and Cephisa, after the same, by T. Burke, a pair (Michalinos), £136 los. 

46 The return from coursing, after Hamilton, by A. Cardon (Leggatt), £52 los. 

F. Wheatley, R.A. 

47 A lover's anger ; and Celadon and Celia, after Wheatley, by P. Simon (Alberger), 

£31 los. 

48 Preparing for market ; and Going to labour, after Wheatley, by R. Earlom 

(Dighton), £77 14s. 

49 The School door ; and The cottage door, after Wheatley, by G. Keating 

(Leggatt), £147. 

50 Repairing to market and Coming from market, after Wheatley, by W. Annis 

(W. Sabin), £65 2S. 

51 The Duke of Newcastle's return from shooting, after Wheatley, by Bartolozzi 

(Pollard), £89 5s. 

52 The dipping-well in Hyde Park, after Wheatley ; and The drinking-well, 

after M. Spilsbury, by J. Godby, a pair (Walters), £46 4s. 
Cries of London, after Wheatley. 

53 " Milk below, maids " ; and " Hot-spiced gingerbread," by Schiavonetti and 

Vendramini (Dighton), £46 4s. 

54 " Sweet China oranges," by Schiavonetti (Sabin), £44 as. 

55 " Scarlet strawberries," by Vendramini (Sabin), £52 los. 

56 " Primroses, "by Schiavonetti (Dighton), £44 2s. 

57 " Duke cherries " ; and " Knives and scissors to grind," by Vendramini and 

Cardon (Dighton), £86 2S. 
^8 " Fresh-gathered peas," by Vendramini (Sabin), £45 3s. 
59 " Matches," by A. Cardon (Sabin), £16 i6s. 
^o " New mackerel " ; and " Old chairs to mend," by Schiavonetti and Vendramini 

(F. Daniell), £21. 
6i " A new love song," by A. Cardon (Dighton), £23 2s. 

62 " Turnips and carrots," by T. Gaugain (Sabin), £63. 

63 Ward, J., R.A., .Selling rabbits ; and The citizen's retreat, after J. Ward, by 

W. Ward (Dighton), £294. 

64 Ward, J., R.A., Haymakers ; and Compassionate children, after the same, by 

W. Ward (Parsons), £105. 

65 Ward, J., R.A., Outside of a country alehouse, after the same, by W. Ward 

(Agnew), £204 15s. 

G. Morland. 

66 The corn bin, by J. R. Smith (Parsons), £16 i6s. 

67 Alehouse politicians, by W. Ward (Dighton), £68 4s. 

*8 Valentine's day ; and The happy family, by J. Dean (F. Daniell), £27 6s. 



Christie's.] May ii, 1914. 333 

69 Gathering Fruit ; and Gathering wood, by R. Meadows (Dighton), £68 5s. 

70 The country stable, by W. Ward (Stamp), £26 5s. 

71 The sportsman's return, by W. Ward (Dighton), £81 i8s. 

72 The first of September : morning and evening, by W. Ward, a pair (Agnew) 

£241 lOS. 

73 The fruits of industry ; and The efiects of extravagance, by W. Ward (Alberge), 

£32 IIS. 

74 Children nutting, by E. Dayes (Davis), £73 los. 

75 Juvenile navigators, by W. Ward (Davis), £110 5s. 

76 Blind man's buff, by W. Ward (Dighton), £57 15s. 

77 A party angling ; and The angler's repast, by Ward and Keating (Dighton), £483. 

78 A visit to the boarding school ; and A visit to the child at nurse, by W. Ward 

(Alberge), £162 15s. 

79 Guinea pigs ; and Dancing dogs, by T. Gaugain (Agnew), £252. 

80 The squire's door ; and The farmer's door, by B. Duterrau (Dighton), £304 los. 

81 St. James's Park ; and A tea garden, by F. D. Soiron, before the engraved 

borders (Dighton), £460. 

82 Cottagers ; and travellers, by W. Ward (Agnew), £430 los. 

83 Rural amusement ; and Rustic employment, by J. R. Smith (Agnew), £210. 

84 Delia in town, by J. R. Smith (Dighton), £63. 

85 Dressing for the masquerade, by J. R. Smith (Alberge), £24 3s. 

86 The story of Letitia, by J. R. Smith, the set of six, with margins (F. Partridge), 

£315- 



May 15, 1 914. Christie's. 

Pictures by Old IMasters, the property- of W. A. L. 
Fletcher, Esq., D.S.O., Sundorne Castle, Shrewsbury ; 
also Old Pictures, the property of the late W. H. Iremonger, 
Esq., Wherwell Priory-, Hampshire, the late Miss Isabel 
Mosley, Thornhill, near Derby, and from other sources. 



Property of the late W. H. Iremonger, Esq., WTierwell 
Priory, Hampshiie. 

PICTURES 

1 Battoni, Pompeo, Mr. Lethicullier, in green coat, seated, placing a wreath 

on the head of his sister. Lady Featherstonhaugh, who sits by a table 
and ofiers him a rose, signed with initials, and dated 1752 — 38 X 53 (Amor), 
£105. 

2 Hemessen, Jan van. The betrothal : gentleman and lady seated in a landscape, 

farm buildings in the background, panel — 40 X 54 (Kendal), £35 14s. 

J. HiGH.MORE. 

3 Sir John Fryer, Lord Mayor of London, in robes of office, a sword on a table 

by his side ; and Lady Fryer, in crimson dress, standing by a table, a pair — 
49 X 39 (Massey), £31 los. 

4 Mrs. Iremonger, mother of Joshua Iremonger, Esq., in blue satin dress, white 

stomacher, and lace frills, seated, holding a book ; signed and dated r745 — 
49i X 39* (J. Lane), £25 4s. 

5 Mrs. Joshua Iremonger, in yellow dress with white lace frills, standing in a 

landscape, and resting her arm on a stone ledge ; signed and dated 1742 — 
49 X 39 (Colnaghi), £378. 



334 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

6 Miss Fryer, in white satin dress lined with red ; white iace frills ; in a landscape, 

leaning her left arm on a stone ledge — 49 X 39 (Agnew), ;fi99 los. 

7 Hudson, T., Miss Fryer, in blue and white satin dress with slashed sleeves ; 

white lace collar and cufis ; holding a feather — 49* x 39 (Amor), £71 8s. 

8 Netscher, G., Lady, in white dress, having her fortune told by a gipsy ; a 

negro page in the background — 20 X i7 (Cohen), ^£25 4s. 

9 Knellei, Sir G., Lady Featherstonhaugh, when a girl in blue dress, seated in a 

landscape, holding a bunch of flowers ; a dog by her side — 49! X sgi 
(Cohen), £13 13s. 

10 Moreeke,?., A Prince of the Asturias, as a young boy, in black dress embroidered 

with gold, white lace ruff, standing in an apartment, holding a golf-club and 
a ball— 454 :< 33 (Agnew), £504. 

11 Rembrandt, after, Man in red dress and brown cloak — 45 x 34 (CoUings), £5 5s. 

12 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Joshua Iremonger, Esq., in blue ccat trimmed with 

gold braid ; red vest, and white stock — 29J X 24* (Gray), £r68. 

13 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Mrs. Iremonger (mother of Joshua Iremonger), in 

green dress trimmed with fur ; ribbons and bows in the front ; a white 
kerchief round her neck ; jewelled earrings — 29 X 24 (Colnaghi & Obach), 
£420. 

Different properties. 

PICTURES. 

14 Netscher, G., Countess of Portland, in dark- dress, standing in an apartment ; 

her son by her side blowing bubbles ; a fountain on the right — 28 X 22 
£46 4S- 

15 Berkheyde, H., Interior of a tavern, with numerous figures conversing ; signed 

with initials, and dated 1647, panel — 20 X 26 (Schroeder), £22 is. 

16 Codde, P., Interior of an apartment, with a cavaUer and a lady love-making ; 

near them a peasant woman standing by a chair, panel — i7f X i4i 
(Smith), £84. 

17 Clase, P., A herring, a flagon and still life on a table, panel — 14I X 21 (Smith), 

£14 14s- 

18 Leyster, J ., Man, in black coat, red vest and white shirt, oval, panel — i2i x 9 

(Schnell), £19 19s. 

19 Dobson, W., A cavaUer, in armour, with white lace collar — 22^ X i7i (Wyatt), 

£3 3S. 

20 Campidoglio, Fruit and still life, a pair — 52 X 38 (Dints), £25 4s. 

21 Haarlem, C. van, The feast of the gods ; signed with initials, and dated 1612, 

panel— 37i x 41^ (Wolf), £23 2S. 

22 Velde, E. van de, A cavalry engagement, panel — 28A x 41 (Cohen), £27 6s. 

23 Hooghe, P. de, View in a Dutch Town ; canal in the foreground, with peasant 

angling from a punt, woman on the near bank ; on the further bank a 
green hedge with figures conversing, beyond a church and buildings ; signed 
and dated 1673, panel— 35 X 43 (Colnaghi), £1,207 los. 

24 Claes, P., A flagon, silver-gilt cup and viand? on a table, panel — -36^ X 31 

(Bell), £57 15s. 

25 Kalf, W., Chestnuts in a delft bowl, a silver-gilt cup and other objects on a 

table covered with a carpel — 39 X 33 (Coureau), £189. 

26 Vosmaer, D., View of Delft after the e.-cplosion in 1654 — 32! X 39 (Cohen), 

£39 i8s. 

27 Neer, A. van der, River scene ; moonlight : church, buildings and windmill' 

on the farther bank ; a horse towing a barge, and a man with a dog in the- 



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foreground ; on the left two cows, and beyond them two horsemen ; signed 
with initials, panel — 27I x 39 (Cohen), £504. 

28 The harpist : lady on a terrace, playing a harp, gentleman approaching on 

the right — 24 X 29 (Newmans), £131 5s. 

29 Decker, C, Church, with figures and horses, panel — 35 J X 2yi (Cohen), £21. 

30 Wet, J. de, Meeting of Jacob and Esau, panel — 23 J x 33* (Markey), £39 i8s. 

31 MuriUo, B. E., A turkey, poultry, ducks and rabbits, at the base of a sculptured 

pedestal ■ bearing what appears to be the signature of MuriUo to the right, 
above the nest— 59 X 48 (Ward), £73 los. 

32 Neer, A. van der, Frozen river scene : daylight, with sledges, and numerous 

figures skating, panel — 18 X 29J (Kendal), £346 los. 

33 Codde, P., Family group : apartment, with a cavalier standing in the fore- 

ground ; on his right five ladies and a gentleman, grouped round a table, 
on which is a dish of fruit ; on his left are two children near a spinet, behind 
stands another cavalier, panel — 16 x 22J (Jameson), £315. 

34 Scott, S., Interior of Saint Paul's Cathedral, with figures — 39 x 30 (Leggatt), 

£11 OS. 6d. 

35 Rembrandt School. Jacob blessing Esau, panel — 16 x 19J (Hythe), £7 17s. 6d. 

36 School of Leyden. Female donor, with three other figures, panel — 14 X 10 

(Ledger), £10 los. 

37 Baptiste, J., Flowers in a sculptured vase — 38 x 36 (Dyer), £42. 

38 Tintoretto, A senator, in crimson figured robe edged with fvur — 41 x 31 (White), 

£27 65. 

39 Flinck, G., Young man, in red dress, with black hat and feather, at a window 

— 23i X igi (Smith), £46 4s. 

40 Cuyp, A., Landscape, with horses, herdsmen and sheep near a river — -22 X 39^ 

(EUis), £22 IS. 

41 Penni, G. B., Madonna, in red and green dress, with grey cloak, holding the 

Infant Saviour on her lap, panel — 36 X 26 (Ellis), £17 17s. 

42 Brekelenkam, Q., The tailor's shop, with three men seated on a bench before 

a window ; stiU life in the foreground, panel — 22 >; 32 (M. Rothschild), 
£8r i8s. 

43 Neer, A. van der. River scene, with shipping and figures : moonlight, panel — 

13 X 19 (James), £29 8s. 

44 Wynants, J.. Woody road scene, with horsemen and peasant, panel — 17 X 21 

(Lacey). £35 14s. 

45 Mierevelt, M. J., Countess Gondemar, in black dress with large white rufi, 

and lace cap and cuffs ; coral bracelets, panel — 41A x 30* (Amor), £588. 

46 Ruysch, Rachael, Flower-piece ; bunch of flowers, with birds, frog, etc. — 

34 X 28 (Edwardes), £42. 

47 Early English School. Young girl, in white dress, seated in a landscape — 

29i X 24^ (Leger), £12 12s. 

48 Mazzolino di Ferrara, Pharaoh and his host overwhelmed in the Red Sea, panel 

49 J ■: 63 (Martin), £36 15s. 

49 Beyeren, A. van. Fishing boats in a squall at the mouth of a river, panel — 

15 X 21 A (Field), £94 los. 

50 Maes, M., Gentleman, in black dress with lace cravat, oval, panel — 13! X loj 

(Neumeins), £68 5s. 

51 Metzu, The rich young ruler — ~,o X 42* (Neumeins), £33 12s. 

52 French School. Lady, in pink and white dress, oval — 28 x 23 (Wagner), 

£23 2S. 



336 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

53 Neer, E. van der, Interior of an apartment, with lady playing a guitar, and two 

other figures — 24J x zoj (Wagner), £42. 

54 Rossum, J. Van, Gentleman, in yellow cloak, with lace cravat and red bow, 

signed, and dated 1669 — 31 x 24J (Douwes), £17 17s. 

55 Wouverman, Peter, Figures, near a mansion, panel — 18 x 21 (Nicholson), 

£8 8s. 

56 Decker, C, Old building, on a river, with peasant in the foreground, panel — 

22J X iSi (Lippmann) £18 iSs. 

57 Clermont, The artist in brown flowered gown holding a crayon ; at a sculp- 

tured window adorned with a festoon of flowers, unframed — 57J X 45J 
(BeU) £89 5s. 

58 Rubens, P. P., Triumph of the Eucharist on panel — 12J X i2i (Nevill) 

£315- 

59 Velde, W. van de. Naval engagement — 12J X i9i (Cockerell), £22 is. 

60 Witte E. de.. Interior of a church with preacher and congregation — 24J X 21 

(St. Hense), £199 los. 

61 Pannini Francesco, Interior of St. Peter's Rome, with figures — 29^ X 41J 

(Amor), £15 15s. 

Property of the late Miss Isabel Mosley, Thornhill, near 
Derby. 

DRAWINGS. 

62 Rembrandt, after. Lady with a fat, by F. Read, 1818— 7i X 3i (Amor), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

63 Dutch School. Card players ; and Figures dancing, a pair — (8i X 6i) Co-^c), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

64 Hals, Frans, Juvenile musicians : On the right is seated a boy in brown dress 

with a black cap, playing a vioUn, and behind him another boy in purple 
costume and white ruff, who turns away his head to speak to a third youth 
in brown dress and large hat, who stands behind and holds a glass in his 
hand, panel — loj X 8i (A. Wertheimer), £3,150. 

65 Steen, Jan, The Twelfth Night feast : sixteen peasants and children round a 

table ; on the right is the king, seated, wearing a paper crown, and holding 
a glass in his hand ; beside him a boy making music with a gridiron 
and spoon ; facing the king sits the artist's wife, with a little boy and dog ; 
behind an old woman holding a candle — 16 X 19 (Lippmann), £346 los. 

Property of W. A. L. Fletcher, Esq., D.S.O., of 
Sundorne Castle, Shrewsbury. 

DRAWINGS. 

66 Interior of a cathedral, with figiu:es ; View in Venice ; and The Holy Family, 

a coloured print (Gooden & Fox), £3 3s. 
67-_Grattan, G., 1811, Village merrymaking; and Scene from Scottish history, a 
pair — 17I X 22 (WaUis), £10 los. 

68 Grattan, G., Pet pigeons — iij x 9} (Innes), £2 2S. 

69 Guido, after, Aurora ; and a similar subject, a pair — 7 x 14* (Hughes), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

70 Costa, O., The room of Jove, Pitti Palace — ^J X 27J (Cassell), £5 15s. 6d. 

71 Grattan, G., The love-letter, a pair — 10 X 9 (Leger), £5 5s. 

72 Jones, G., R.A., Old houses at Exeter; and Juvenile architecture, by S. A. 

Hart, R.A., panel (Gooden & Fox), £6 i6s. 6d. 



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73 Harrowing, W., 1890, A white hunter ; and A bay mare, a pair — 23 x 27i 

(Amor), £1 IS. 

74 Landseer, Charles, R.A., 1827, An African merchant, with negro attendants 

and pack-horses — 18J X 24! (Justice), ^^i iis. 6d. 

75 Williams, Stella, 1901, " Kilcock " and " Noel," a pair ; Two hunters and a dog, 

and Head of a horse (Amor), £1 is. 

Early English School. 

76 Barker, T. (of Bath), The shepherd's daughter — 24 y 19 (Wagner), £2 2S. 

77 Lely, Sir P., Lord Clarendon when a child, in brown and white dress, caressing 

a dog— 28J X 30J (Dyer), £44 2s. 

78 Morland, G., A peasant, white horse, and donkey, near a shed — 19J x 25^ 

(Tooth), £92 8s. 

79 Opie, J., R.A., Girl feeding a duck and ducklings — 29 X 24J (Richardson), 

£5 15s- 6d. 

80 Reynolds, Su: J., P.R.A., after, Robinetta — 29 X 24^ (West), £4 14s. 6d. 

81 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., after. Angels' heads ; and The infant Samuel, pastel 

(Cohen), £5 15s. 6d. 

82 Smith, G., of Chichester, Winter landscapes, with figures, a pair — i6i X 24I 

(Leggatt), £5 5s. 

Italian, French and Spanish Schools. 

83 Albano, Holy Family, with angels, on copper ; and Madonna and Child, 

with Saint John, on alabaster (Grose), £3 13s. 6d. 

84 Canaletto School, Piazza of St. Mark's — 18 X 28 (Lewis), £8 i8s. 6d. 

85 Claude, Woody landscape, with peasants and cattle at a ford — 39 x 5oi 

(Cohen),, £52 los. 

86 Claude, Bay scene, with town, figures in the foreground — 28i X 40 (Boss), 

£25 4S. 

87 Dolci, Carlo, Saint, holding a martjT's palm — 25J x 19 (Nash), £1 iis. 6d. 

88 Dolci, Carlo, St. Sebastian ; and The Agony in the Garden (CoUings), £3 3s. 

89 Sassoferrato, Head of the Madoima, with blue and red drapery — 25 x i8i 

(Buck), £13 2S. 6d. 
go Giordano Luca, Summer ; and Winter : a pair. Lady and Cupid with flowers 
and fruit ; and Lady and chUd, sheltering from a storm — 37 x 52^ (Wool- 
ford), £23 2S. 

91 Greuze, A young student ; and Girl, with a dove (Kendal), £42. 

92 Guercino, Lot and his daughters : Lot seated on the ground, drinking from a 

cup ; his two daughters kneel before him, holding wine- vessels ; the town 
of Sodom in flames in the distance — 70 X 91 (Gooden & Fox), £10 los. 

93 Guercino, after, Sibilla Samia — 47 x 37 (Leggatt), £3 3s. 

94 Italian School. The Magdalen, at her devotion — -34 x 27(Richeton),£3 13s. 6d. 

95 Luini, Saint Barbara — 30^ X 23J (Agnew), £120 15s. 

96 Murillo, B. E., The Holy Family : Saint Joseph, standing on the right, seen in 

profile, holds the Infant Saviour on his right arm ; the Child stretches 
forth His right hand towards the Virgin, who, seated on the left on a chair 
with square posts, extends her arms to receive him and behind Saint Joseph 
on the right an arch, a carpenter's bench, and some tools — 8r X 66 (Sulley), 
;f2,i45- 

97 Parmigiano, Madonna and Child, with two angels, panel — 45I X 36^ (Gooden 

and Fox), £9 gs. 

98 Petrini, Gian, Virgin and Child ; Madonna, in red and blue robe, nursing the 

Infant "Saviour, who holds up His hand in benediction ; behind a ledge, 
fruit, and green curtain, panel — 27J X 20 (Glen), £178 los. 



338 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

99 Pionibo, S. del, Noli Me Tangere : Christ, dressed in red and green robes, 
moving away from Saint Mary Magdalen, who approaches Him on the right ; 
rocky background, panel — 66 X 51 (Woolford), £21. 

100 Raffaelle, after, La Fornorina — 26i X 21 (Winternitz), £1 iis. 6d. 

loi Raffaelle, after. La Belle Jardiniere, panel — 12| X gi (W. Saunders), £4 4s. 

102 Sarto, Andrea del. The Infant Saviour and Saint John; and Saint Joseph, 

by Carlo Dolci, panel (Amor), £g 9s. 

103 Schiavone, A., A monk preachhig to nobles, panel — 34J X 88 (Amor), £14 14s. 

104 Sueur, E. le, The annunciation — 38! X 29^ (SuUey), £^i los. 

105 Vago, Perino del, Virgin and child with Saint Elizabeth and Saint John, in a 

landscape, panel— 38J x 314 (Carfax), £94 los. 
Dutch School. 

106 Antonissen, H. J., Hilly river scenes, with peasants, cattle and goats, a pair — 

33 X 43 (Gooden & Fox), £36 15s. 

107 Apshoven, T. van, The cobbler's shop, panel — 16 X 25 (Martin), £42. 

108 Asselyn, Jan, Sportsman and dogs, under a ruined archway, panel — 28 . 24J 

(Colnaghi), £21. 

109 Balen, H. van. Madonna, in red dress and green cloak, holding the Infant 

Saviour, who turns over the leaves of a book, panel — 18J >; 15 (Collings), 
£5 5S. 

110 Bloemart, A., Madonna and child : The Virgin in peasant's costume, holding 

the Infant Saviour in her arms ; behind, a wocdy landscape with St. Joseph 
and the ass, panel — 27 X 21 (Gooden & Fox), £23 2S. 

111 Bourdon, S., Landscape, with peasants dancing — 19J x 24 (Wagner), £8 8s. 

112 Breenbergh, B., Landscape, with ruins near a mill, with Ahab, Elijah, and 

attendants in the foreground ; signed, and dated 1631, panel — 22 ;< 32 
(Buck), £22 IS. 

113 Breenbergh, B., Landscape, with monastery and soldiers, panel — gj x 15 

(SuUey), £7 7s. 

114 Breydel, C, Battle scene, with cavalry engagement in the foreground, on 

copper — i2i X 18 (Wagner), £11 us. 

115 Breydel, C, Cavalry engagements, a pair, panel- — 9 x i2i (Wagner), £16 i6s. 

116 Brill, P., Landscape, with the flight into Egypt, panel — 9 x 12 (Coureau), 

£16 i6s. 

117 Brussel, P. T. van, Flowers in a vase : peonies, tulips, iris, etc., in a terra-cotta 

vase ; a bird's nest on the slab in front ; signed, and dated, 1778 — 
22J X i7i (Gooden & Fox), £94 ids. 

118 Cuyp, A., Hilly landscape, with peasant woman, cattle, sheep, and goats, 

panel — 21 x igj (Withers), £14 14s. 

119 Cupy, A., An old market woman, with baskets of fruit — 35 x 27i (Gooden and 

Fox), £99 15s. 

120 Dietricy, J. F., Solomon and his wives, panel — 27 X 34^ (Parsons), £29 8?. 

121 Does, S. van der. Two bathers, with sheep, goat and dog — 15 J x 14 CHeischner), 

122 Francks, F., Adoration of the shepherds, on copper — 9^ x 12 J (Collings), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

123 Hendriks, W., Dead hare and fruit, in the gardens of a palace — 37 x 32J 

(Griffiths), £18 i8s. 

124 Herp, G. van, Interior of a tavern : peasant men and women smoking, con- 

versing, and card-playing, panel — 28 x 38^ (Schroeder), £27 6s. 

125 D'Hondecoeter, M., Herbage, with birds and butterflies— 254 X 22J (Gooden 

and Fox), £32 iis. 



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126 Metzu, G., The alchemist : old man, in brown dress with red sleeves, and black 

hat, at a window with an open book on his knees ; on the ledge in front 
are a mortar, a pharmacy-jar, paper and ink, above vine foliage, a framed 
placard, and a bottle, panel — 13 X 9J (Coureau), £178 los. 

127 Mieris, W. van, An alchemist : Young man in mauve dress, leaving on the sill 

of a window and turning over the leaves of a book ; still life in the fore- 
ground, panel — gj x 7j (Colnaghi), £115 los. 

128 N'etscher, G., Girl, in white frock, holding a basket of flowers ; landscape, 

architectural and curtain background — 17^ ■■■; 15J (Newmans), £115 10s. 
120 Netscher, Lady in yellow dress with white sleeves, and blue scarf, standing ky 
a waterfall, panel — 15! X i2i (Parsons), ;f3i los. 

130 Os, J. van, Fruit and flowers: Hollyhocks, iris, peonies and nasturtiums in 

a terra-cotta vase ; peaches, grapes and a bird's nest on a slab in front 
panel — 24^ X iq (Gooden & Fox), £99 15s. 

131 Pourbus, F., Boy, in dark dress with white sleeves, holding a portrait, panel — 

16 X r4 (Smith), £29 8s. 

132 Rottenhammer, J., Discovery of Calisto, on copper — 12 X r4i (Cohen), £6 6s. 

133 Schweickhardt, H. W., Frozen river scene, with a broken bridge, sledge and 

figures, panel — 24* x zoj (Osborne), £8 8s. 

134 Steen, Jan, A merry party in the open air- — 42 < 57 (Kleinberger), £1,155. 

135 Steen, Jan, Figures outside a cottage: An old woman, seated before a fire, 

making cakes ; peasants and children stand around her, panel — 14 X iij 
(Martin), £63. 

136 Teniers, Landscape, with gipsies and ferry boat ; and A sea-port with ruins and 

figures (Buck), £5 5s. 

137 V'adder, L. de. Landscape, with market figures on a sandy road — 22J X 29J 

(Crome), £6 i6s. 6d. 

138 Dyck, Sir A. van. The death of Adonis — 55J X 74 (Woolford), £13 13s. 

139 Dyck, Van, School of. Cavalier, in red dress and breastplate — 49 X 39 (Cohen), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

140 \'elde, VV. van de, Sea-piece : Men-of-war, yachts and shipping, in a calm ; 

heavy rain clouds — 16 X 22J (Abraham), £50 8s. 

141 Visscher, C, Itinerant musicians at a cottage door, panel — 14 X loj (Powell 

and Co.), £4 14s. 6d. 

142 Vitelli, Van, Seaport, with figures on a quay ; and Village on a river, with boats 

and figures, by Breughel, on copper (St. Hense), £6 6s. 

143 Wynants, O., 1825, Hotel de Ville and the Belfry at Ghent, panel — 24J X zgi 

(Wagner), £2 12s. 6d. 



May 15, 1914. Puttick's. 

Engravings, Fancy Subjects, Portraits in mezzotint, line, 
stipple, and colours ; Modern Etchings and Engravings, 
etc. 

MODERN ETCHINGS AND ENGRAVINGS. 
23 Garden of Hesperides, by J. Payrau, signed remarque proof, on veUum 

(Graves), i8s. 
29 Departing day, by Camilla Fonce, after Karl Heffncr, signed remarque artist's 

proof, on vellum (Brash), £1 2s. 

33 Haden, Seymour, Challow farm, D. 158, signed proof (McDonald), £2. 

34 Zorn, A., Portrait of a gentleman, signed proof (McDonald), £5. 



340 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

43 Sunshine of love, by Samuel Cousins, after Raoux, mezzotint (Williamson) 

44 Floating market, Stockholm, by Axel H. Haig, signed proof (Brash), £i is. 

45 Short, Frank, Wensley Dale, after De Wint, signed proof (Dunthorne), 

£3 15s 

Sir Frank Short, after J. M. W. Turner. 

46 The mouth of the Thames, Japan paper, signed proof (Brail), £3 17s. 6d. 

47 Timber raft on the Rhine, signed proof, on old paper (Dunthorne), £5 15s. 

48 A Swiss Pass, signed proof, on vellum (Frost & Reed), £8. 

49 Sunrise o'er Whitby Scaur, aquatint, signed proof (Dunthorne), £4 5s. 

50 Macon (Liber Studiorum), signed proof (Colnaghi & Obach), £4 5s. 

gi Himtsmen in a wood (Liber Studiorum), signed proof (McDonald), £3 los. 

52 Lucerne (Liber Studiorum), signed proof (McDonald), £3 15s. 

53 Moonhght at sea oil the Isle of Wight (Liber Studiorum), signed proof 

(McDonald), £3 los. 



After W. Dendy Sadler. 

54 Returning thanks, by W. Boucher, signed remarque artist's proof, on vellum 

(Brail), £2 I2S. 6d. 

55 For all my fancy, by the same, signed remarque proof, on vellum (Major 

Behrend), 15s. 

56 The wine committee, by A. J. Turrell, signed remarque proof, on vellum 

(Brail), £1 I2S. 

57 The cellar's best ; and Last of the bin, by James Dobie, signed remarque 

proofs, on vellum, a pair (Lefevre), £4. 

58 The right of way, by the same, signed remarque proof, on vellum (Lefevre), 

£2 7s. 6d. 

59 Christmas time, by the same, signed remarque proof, on vellum (Lefevre), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 

60 A night cap ; and The cup that cheers, by the same, a pair ; and Grand- 

father, by C. H. Boucher, signed remarque proofs, on vellum (Brail), 
£4 2s. 6d. 
6r The landlord and the butler, a pair ; and Patience, by C. H. Boucher ; and 
Top of the hill, by A. J. Turrell, signed remarque proofs, on vellum (Brail), 
£5 5s. 



62 Age of innocence ; and SimpUcity, after Reynolds, by Samuel Cousins, mezzo- 

tints (Astley), £1 4s. 

63 Lady Dover and child, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint 

(Batty), i8s. 

64 Haden, Seymour, Grim Spain (Wilmot), £1 17s. 6d. 

65 Lady Hamilton as " Diana," by F. S. Walker, mezzotint, in colours, signed 

proof, No. 27 (Ryland), £2 7s. 6d. 

66 The votive ofiering, by J. C. Webb, mezzotint, in colours, signed proof. No. 167 

(Ryland), i6s. 

67 Lady Pole Carew, by Fred Miller, mezzotint, in colours, signed proof. No. 114 

(Ryland), £1 14s. 

68 Mrs. Siddons, by F. S. Walker, mezzotint, in colours, signed proof, No. 55 

(Ryland), £1 17s. 6d. 
06 Brotherly affection, by W. Sedgwick, after Kauffman, oval, in colours (Carlton), 
£2. 



Puttick's.] May 15, 1914. 34^ 

138 The milkmaid, by Bartolozzi, after Wheatley, in coloiirs (Lindow), £2 5s. 
144 Auld Robin Gray, by Scott, after Stothard, ovals, in red, a pair (Brail), £2 5s. 

147 Love in bondage ; and Sacrifice to love, by M. Bovi, after Lady Diana Beau- 

clerc, a pair (Morton), £3. 

148 Fishermen going out, by S. W. Reynolds, after G. Morland, mezzotint (Brail), 

£3 15s. 
171 Costumes Suisse, by Birmann, after Konig, aquatints, in colours, a pair (Brail),, 
£4 I OS. 

185 Windsor Castle, by J. R. Hamble, aquatint, in colours (ElMs & Smith), £2. 

186 Furness Abbey ; and Fountains Abbey, by the same, aquatints, in colours- 

(HoUoway), £1 5s. 
191 View on the Thames, by G. Hunt, after F. C. Turner, aquatint, in colours, 
proof (Brail), £1 12s. 6d. 

206 A field day in Hyde Park, by T. Malton, after T. Rowlandson, aquatint, in. 

colours (Coleman), £2 17s. 6d. 

207 Breakfast at Breteuil, by Lewes, after Bjn-on, aquatint, in colours (Coleman),. 

£1 17s. 6d. 

210 View of Miinchen, by F. Weber, aquatint, in colours (- ), £1 los. 

212 A mad bull, by Jukes, after Morland, aquatint, in colours (Hopking), £1 7s. 6d, 
225 Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox, by S. W. Reynolds, after J. Opie, mezzotint 

(Keats), £1. 
240 OUver Cromwell, by J. Faber, after P. Lely, mezzotint, second state 

(Rimell), £4 2s. 6d. 
246 Anne of Austria, by A. Masson, after Mignard (Brail), £1 17s. 6d. 

248 The Hon. Thomas Erskine, by J. Jones, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint, 

second state (Brail), £1 17s. 6d. 

249 Sir John Aubrey, Bart., by and after the same, mezzotint (BraU), i8s. 

256 Lady Dashwood and child, by C. H. Hodges, after Reynolds, mezzotint, 

second state (Dashwood), £10 los. 

257 Mrs. Siddons, by P. W. Tomkins, after J. Downman, oval, full margins 

(Jacobson), £5. 

258 Lord Hobart, by J. Grozer, after Lawrence, mezzotint, first state (Wallace), 

£2 15s. 

259 Autumn, by Bartolozzi, after Wheatley, proof (Gardner), £1 los. 

261 Betsy in trouble, by Schiavonetti, after Russell, in colours (Roach), £1. 

262 Black-eyed Susan, by W. Dickinson, after Bunbury, in colours (Batty), 

£1 2S. 6d. :^ 

263 Return from milking, and companion, by C. Turner, after Wheatley, mezzotints, 

a pair (Mayne), £g los. 

265 The forge, by Earlom, after Wright, mezzotint (Batty), £1 15s. 

266 View of the Pierced Island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, by P. Canot, after 

Capt. Smith (Gardner), i8s. 

267 A visit to the donkeys, after Morland (Creasy), £1. 

270 Cherubim and angels, by Bartolozzi, after Rev. M. W. Peters, in colours, 

a pair (Lindow), £6. 

271 Tom and his pigeons ; and The favourite rabbit, by C. Knight, after Russell, 

in colours, a pair (Hohday), £3 los. 
275 George III and Queen Charlotte, after Gainsborough, a pair (Young), £1. 
278 Baxter, Flora, oval (Spencer), £3 5s. 

285 Battle of Waterloo, by Bowyer, aquatint, in colours (Keats), £1. 
288 Fox-hunting, set of four, in colours, varnished, on strainers (Ansell), £3 5s. 



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342 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



May i8, 19, 20, 21, and 22, 1914. Sotheby's. 

Engravings in mezzotint and line, consisting of the first 
portion of the collection of Archibald Cameron Norman, 
Esq., Bromley Common. 

This collection was originally the property of James 
Norman, Esq., of Bromley, who was the ancestor of the 
present owner, and who died in 1787. The collection was 
formed by Mr. James Norman between the years 1760 and 
1780, and has remained practical^ in the same state since 
then. The numbers in parentheses refer to Chaloner 
Smith's work on British mezzotint portraits. 

1 Anonymous, Lady Elizabeth Tones, after Lely, published by C. Allardt ; and 

Princesses Amelia and Elizabeth, published by Bowles (A. Davies), £2 los. 

2 Anonymous, James, Duke of Monmouth, after Netscher and Wyke, by W. 

Baillie (Maggs), £5. 

3 Anonymous, The same, after Netscher and Wyke, by W. Baillie (Amor), 

£3 75. 6d. 
,4 Beard, T., Hugh Boulter, after Ashton {C.S. i) ; and Richard Helsham, after 

Jervas (Kirkpatrick), £2 los. 
5 Beard, T., Jane, Countess of Clarendon, after Kneller (C.S. 2), before the 

inscription (F. DanieU), £5 5s. 

J. Becket. 

7 Christopher, Duke of Albemarle, after T. Murray (C.S. :), first state ; and 

Wriothsley Lord RusseU, after KneUer (C.S. 90) (Brail), £1. 

8 Princess Ann of Wissing (C.S. 2) ; Catherine, Queen of Charles II, after Lely 

(C.S. 12) ; and another (Brail), £1. 
HI Lady Brownlow, after Zoust (C.S. 9) ; and Elizabeth, Countess of Chester- 
field, after Lely (C.S. 21) (F. Daniell), £2 los. 

12 George VUliers, Duke of Buckingham, after Verelst (C.S. 10) (F. Sabin), 

£2 i2s. 6d. 

13 Catherine, Queen of Charles II (C.S. 14) ; and Charles II (C.S. 19), first state 

(F. Daniell), i6s. 

14 Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland, after Lely (C.S. 23), first state ; and another 

( ), I2S. 

15 Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland, after Lely (C.S. 25) (F. Sabin), £7 5s. 

16 William, Earl of Devonshire, after Kneller (C.S. 30) ; and Lewis, Earl of 

Feversham, after Riley (C.S. 33) (Meatyard), £2 2S. 

17 Catharine, Countess of Dorchester, after Kneller (C.S. 32) ; Mary Fielding, 

after Lely (C.S. 34) ; and Mrs. Yarborough, after Kneller (C.S. 100) 
(Meatyard), £2 4s. 

18 Robert Fielding, after Wissing (C.S. 36) ; and the same, after Wissing (C.S. 37) 

(F. Sabin), £3 5S. 

19 Heiury, Duke of Grafton (C.S. 45), before the inscription (Pawsey & Payne), 

£8 15s. 

20 The same, after Hawker (C.S. 43), full-length (Parsons), £3 17s. 6d. 

21 Isabella, Duchess of Grafton, after Kneller (C.S. 46), first state; and the 

same, after Wissing (C.S. 47) (Pithers), 10s. 



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22 Mary Grimston, after Wissing (C.S. 48) ; and Mrs. Morgan (C.S. loi) (Meat- 

yard), 14s. 

23 James II, after KneUer, full-length (C.S. 50) (Breun), £2 los. 

24 The same, after Largilliere (C.S. 53), first state ; and Mary, Queen of James 

II (Breun), los. 

25 Countess of Kildare, after Wissing (C.S.. 55A) ; and Anne KiUigrew, after 

herself (C.S. 56) (Maggs), £2 2s. 

26 Anne Kirk, after Vandyck (C.S. 58) (Breun), i8s. 

27 Godfrey KneUer, after Kneller (C.S. 59) ; and Nicholas Largilliere and family, 

after Largilliere (C.S. 60) (Breun), i8s. 

28 John, Duke of Lauderdale, after Riley (C.S. 61) (Daniell), iis. 

29 Charlotte, Countess of Lichfield, after KneUer (C.S. 65) ; and the same plate 

altered to Jane Shore (C.S. 65) ; and another of the Countess of Lichfield, 
fuU-leugth (C.S. 66) (BraU), los. 

30 John, Earl of Melfort, after KneUer (C.S. 73), first state ; and another of 

the same (Allen), jTi 12s. 
■ 31 Henry, Duke of Norfolk (C.S. 77), second state (Colnaghi & Obach), £6 2S. 6d. 

32 EUzabeth, Countess of Northumberland, after Lely (C.S. 78), first state ; and 

Madam Soames (C.S. 91), second state (Saunders), £1 i8s. 

33 Mary II (C.S. 80) ; and WiUiam III (C.S. 82) when Prince and Princess of 

Orange (Chalmers), 12s. 

34 WiUiam III when Prince of Orange (C.S. 81) ; and the same, smaUer (F. 

DanieU), £1 7s. 

35 Amelia, Countess of Ossory, after Wissing (C.S. 83), proof with title written 

in (Parsons), £3 15s. 

36 Louise, Duchess of .Portsmouth, fuU-length, after KneUer (C.S. 85) (Breim), 

lOS. 

37 Charles, Duke of Richmond, fuU-length, after Wissing (C.S. 86), first state 

(Pawsey & Payne), £2 5s. 

38 John, Earl of Rochester, after Voys, altered plate from Adrian Beverland 

(C.S. 7) ; and Lawrence, Earl of Rochester, after KneUer (C.S. 89) 
(Chalmers), 13s. 

39 EUzabeth, Countess of Stamford, after Wissing (C.S. 92), second state (Pithers), 

£1 i8s. 

40 Mrs. Turner, after KneUer (C.S. 94), second state ; and Dorothy, Countess 

of Westmorland, after Riley (C.S. 96) (Saunders), £1 8s. 

41 Sir Peter Lely, after Lely (C.S. 63), first state ; and Peter Van der Meulen. 

after LargiUiere (C.S. 95), (Meatyard), los. 

42 Lady WiUiams, after Wissing, second state (C.S. 97) (Meatyard), £1 los. 

43 Ann Windham, after Wissing, before inscription (C.S. 98) (Pithers), £1 i6s. 

44 Thomas Worsley, after KneUer, before inscription (C.S. 99) (Lindow), 12s. 

A. Blooteling. 

45 Queen Anne, after Lely ; and Louise, Duchess of Portsmouth, after the same 

(Pawsey & Payne), £8 15s. 

46 Lord James and Lord Charles Beauclerc, sons of NeU Gwynne, a psiir, etchings 

(Pawsey & Payne), £8 5s. 

47 CecU, Lord Baltimore ; Charles, Earl of Carlisle ; Henry, Duke of Norfolk ; 

and Thomas, Duke of Leeds, Une plates (F. Sabin), £2 2s. 

48 Catharine, Queen of Charles II, after Lely, mezzotint (Chalmers), iis. 

49 Charles II, 8vo, mezzotint, in profile ; and another (F. Sabin), £1 8s. 

50 Charles II ; and Queen, after Lely, a pair, mezzotints (F. Sabin), £16 los. 

51 Charles, Bad of Derby, mezzotint (Prest), £1 5s. 



344 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

52 Thomas, Viscount Falconberg, after Beale, line plate (F. Sabin), £3 15s. 

53 Anne KiUigrew, after A. Killigrew, published by Blooteling, mezzotint 

(Lindow), £1. 

54 Mary, Queen of James 11, after Lely, mezzotint (Lindow), los. 

55 Mary, Queen of William III, mezzotint (Maggs), £1 i8s. 

56 William III when Prince of Orange, mezzotint (F. DanieU), £4 los. 

57 Mary, Queen of William III ; and WiUiam III, when Prince and Princess of 

Orange, mezzotints (Maggs), £3 12s. 6d. 

58 James, Duke of Monmouth, after Lely, line plate (Gardiner), £8. 

59 Prince Rupert, after Lely, line plate (Gardiner), £-^i. 

61 Edward, Earl of Sandwich, after Lely, mezzotint ; and the same, in line 

(Anderson), i6s. 

62 Edward, Earl of Sandwich, after Lely, line plate (Parker), i8s. 

63 Anthony, Earl of Shaftesbury, after Greenhill, line plate (F. Harvey), £1 13s. 

64 Cornelius van Tromp, after Lely, in line (Lester), £5. 

66 Boekman, G., Sir John Ligonier, after J. Worsdale (C.S. ri), first state (Parker), 

£2 4S. 

67 Boekman, G., Richard Nash, after J. Worsdale, before inscription (C.S. 14) 

(Parsons), £1 is. 

68 Boekman, G., Mary, Duchess of Richmond, after Vandyck, full-length (Meat- 

yard, £1 i8s. 

69 Boy, G., Godfrey Boy, before inscription, with title written in (Breun), £1 5s. 

Alexander Brown (excudit). 

70 Isabella, Lard ArUngton, after Lely (C.S. i) ; and Catharine, Queen of Charles 

II, the same plate altered (Breun), £1 los. 

71 Charles I, full-length (C.S. 2) ; another of Charles I (C.S. 3) ; and children 

of Charles I (C.S. 4) (Rimell), £2 los. 

72 Charles II, after Lely, fuU-length ; and another of the same plate reduced 

(C.S. 5) (F. Daniell), £3 15s. 

73 Charles II, after Lely (C.S. 6) (F. Daniell), £3. 

74 Sir John Chicheley, after Lely (C.S. 8) (Breun), £2. 

75 Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland, full-length, after Lely (C.S. 9) (Lester), 

£3 los. 

76 Lady Essex Finch, after Lely (C.S. 10) ; and Mary Kirk, after Lely (C.S. 17) 

(Meatyard), £2. 

77 Forde, Lord Grey, after Lely, second state (C.S. 11) ; and Samuel Butler, 

the same plate altered (Breun), £2 12s. 

78 Henrietta Maria, after Vandyck (C.S. 13) (F. Sabin), £4 5s. 

79 Sir Tretswell Hollis, after Lely (C.S. 14) ; and a reverse impression of the 

same (EUis & Smith), £6 15s. 

80 Lady Isabella, daughter of James II, after Lely (C.S. 15) (Lindow), ids. 

81 Madame Jane Kelleway, after Lely (C.S. 16) ; and Madame Lucy Loftus 

(C.S. 19) (Brail), £i 12s. 

82 Elizabeth, Lady Lome (C.S. 20) ; and Madame Jane Middleton (C.S. 22) 

(Lindow), £1 6s. 

83 Sir John Lowther, after Lely (C.S. 21), first state, before the name ; and a 

reverse impression of the same (EUis & Smith), £5 5s. 

84 Mrs. Anne Montague, after Lely (C.S. 23) ; and Madame Katharine Nevill 

(C.S. 24) (Lindow), 15s. 

85 Elizabeth, Countess of Northumberland, (C.S. 25) ; and Jocelyn, Earl of 

Northumberland, after Lely (C.S. 27) (Prest), £2 15s. 



Sotheby's.] May i8, 19, 20, 21, and 22, 1914. 345 

86 Frances Stuart, CouBtess of Portland, after Vandyck (C.S. 29) (F. Sabin), 

£1 i6s. 

87 Frances, Duchess of Richmond, full-length, after Lely, first state (C.S. 31) 

(Grove), £3. 

89 Madam Philadelphia Saunders, after Lely (C.S. 33) ; and a reverse impression 

of the same (Brail), i8s. 

90 Henry Sidney (C.S. 35) ; and Robert and Dorothy Sidney (C.S. 36) (Brail), 

i8s. 

91 EUzabeth, Duchess of Somerset (C.S. 37) ; Elizabeth, Countess of Chesterfield ; 

and Lady EUzabeth Stanhope (C.S. 38) (Pithers), £1 i8s. 

92 Thomas Thynne, after Lely (C.S. 40) and a reverse impression of the same 

(Breun), £1 8s. 

93 James II, when Duke of York, after Lely (C.S. 42) ; and a reverse impression 

of the same (Parker), £4. 

94 Mary, Queen of James II, when Duchess of York, after Lely (C.S. 43), in 

second and third states (F. Sabin), £2 i6s. 



95 Batty Langley, by J . Carwitham ; and Charles Moore, by P. Coombes 

(RimeU), i8s. 

96 Elizabeth, Duchess of Somerset, by W. Clarke (C.S. 3), second state only 

(Brail), los. 

97 Cole, Sir Ralph, Charles II (Breim), £15 15s. 

98 Cole, Sir Ralph, Sir Edward Coke ; and Sir Francis Bacon, after Jansen, by 

J. Cooper (F. Sabin), £5 5s. 

99 William III ; and Mrs. Voss and child, by J. De Later (Parsons), £2. 

104 Faber, J., senr.. Sir George Byng, after Kneller (C.S. 18), first state, 

(Breun), £5 5s. 
106 Faber, J., senr.. Founders of Oxford and Cambridge Colleges, 44 plates out 

ot 45 (Queen Elizabeth wanting), mostly in the early states (Diver), 

£7. 

111 Faber, J., senr., John Richmond, alias Webb, after Dahl (C.S. 59) (A. Davis), 

£1 lOS. 

112 Faber, J., senr., Nicholas Rowe (C.S. 61) (Parsons), £2. 

115 Faber, J., senr., Elizabeth of Bohemia, after Mierevelt (C.S. 6) (F. Sabin), 
£1 lOS. 

J. Faber, juk. 

122 George II, full-length, after Hudson (C.S. 158) ; and Caroline, Queen of George 

II, after Vanderbank (C.S. 63), first state (BraU), £1 ids. 

123 WiUiam Anne, Earl of Albemarle after Fournier (C.S. 3) (F. Sabin), £11. 

124 Sir John Fortescue Aland, after Kneller (C.S. 2) ; and Thomas Burnet, after 

Ramsay (C.S. 52), first state (McCaskie), £1. 

127 Mary, Viscountess Andover, after Hudson (C.S. g) ; and Louisa' Countess of 

Berkeley, after KneUer (C.S. 33) (Pithers), £2 5s. 

128 Queen Anne, after KneUer (C.S. 11); and Henry VIII, after Holbein (C.S. 

185), first state (F. DanieU), £9 5s. 
130 John, Duke of ArgyU, after Ramsay (C.S. 15), fuU-length (Parsons), £3 3s. 
132 John Barber, after Dandridge (C.S. 21), first state, fuU-length (Meatyard), i6s. 
136 Beauties of Hampton Court [13] (C.S. 28) (Maggs), £25. 

138 Benn's Club, after Hudson (C.S. 32), first state (Breun), £3. 

139 Edward Boscawen, after Ramsay (C.S. 36) ; Charles Brown (C.S. 47) ; and 

Nicholas Haddock (C.S. 172), first state (Parsons), £4. 

140 Lady Dorothy Boyle (C.S. 38) (W. DanieU), £1 los. 



346 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Jack Bristowe, after Shackleton (C.S. 46), before the name of the subject 

(Pithers), gs. 
Rachel, Lady Bradshaigh, after Kneller (C.S. 42) ; and Frances, Lady Byron, 

after Hogarth (C.S. 54) (BraU), r8s. 
146 John, Earl of Buckinghamshire, after Hudson (C.S. 49), first state (Pithers), 

£1 I2S. 

Sir George Byng, after Kneller (C.S. 53) ; and Francis Columbine and wife 

(C.S 86), stained (Breun), £3 
Frances, Lady Byron, after Hogarth (C.S. 54), full-length, first state (Grove), 

£3 los. 

152 Charles I, after Lely (C.S. 75) (Balfour), gs. 

153 Charles II, after Lely (C.S. 77), full-length (Ellis & Smith), £5. 

154 WiUiam Cheselden, after Richardson (C.S. 79), first state ; and George Cheyne, 
after Van Diest (C.S. 80) (McCaskie), £1. 

Jane CoUier, after Highmore (C.S. 87), full-length; the same (C.S. 88), 
three-quarter length (Balfour), £1 los. 
157 Mrs. Cibber, after Hudson (C.S. 82) (F. DanieU), 19s. 

159 Isabel, Countess of Cromartie, after Pickering (C.S. 95), first state (Pithers), 
£1 17s. 
Oliver Cromwell, after Lely (C.S. 96), first state, sUghtly cut at top and sides 

(Breun), £5. 
William Augustus, Duke of Cvmiberland, after Wootton and Hudson (C.S. 
102), (Prest), £1. 

164 waiiam. Lord Digby, after Taylor (C.S. 116) (Prest), £1. 

165 William Draper, after Phillips (C.S. ri8) ; and Charles Newby, after Phillips 

(C.S. 254) (F. Sabin) £5. 
167 Robert Eglesfield, after Murray (C,S. 121) ; and Queen Philippa, after Murray 

(C.S. 284), full-length (Fox), £2. 
Queen EUzabeth, after Holbein (C.S. 123) (BraU), £1 9s. 
Kings and Queens of England (C.S. 124), the set of ten (Breun), £3. 
Duncan Forbes, after Davison (C.S. r34) ; and Sir Jefiery Gilbert, after Dahl 

(C. S. 162) (J. C. Whiter), £2 5s. 
WiUiam Fortescue, after Hudson (C.S. 135), before inscription ; and Sir 

Michael Foster (C.S. 136) (Myers), £1 12s. 

175 TregonweU Frampton, after Wootton (C.S. 138) (Saunders), £4. 

176 Lavinia Fenton, after EUys (C.S. 127), first state (Matthews), £r. 

177 Baptist, Earl of Gainsborough, after Hysing (C.S. 150), fuU-length, first state ; 
and the same, second state (A. Davis), £1 los. 

WUUam, Lord Harrington, after Fayram (C.S. 181) ; John, Lord Hervey, 

after Vanloo (C.S. 188), first state (Breun), £2 6s. 
Elizabeth, Duchess of Hamilton, after HamUton (C.S. 174), first state (Parsons), 

£22 lOS. 
Mary Anne GranvUle, after Phillips (